The Siya team found out that Mamelodi Sundowns might not bring back one of their players who was on loan during the previous season.
Insiders say that it doesn't look good for Keletso Makgalwa's future with the DStv Premiership champions. Makgalwa played for Swallows FC last year because it was hard for him to play regularly for Masandawana.
The attacking midfielder is used to playing for different teams because he spent some time on loan with Maritzburg United during the 2018–19 season. But that time didn't go well because while they were in KwaZulu-Natal, coach Eric Tinkler told him he was worried about him.
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Masandawana isn't likely to call him back, and experts say he may stay at Swallows for another season so he can get more playing time at Sundowns, where the competition is too tough right now.
A second insider said that the Dube birds might hire a new coach. This could make things harder for him because the new coach might have different plans that wouldn't work for him. He could also decide to quit Swallows and join a different team.
Who would give him a four-year deal if they were a good player?
Let's start with him, the dis boy, and put this team back together.
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