Mamelodi Sundowns have signed a player from co-coach's Rulani Mokwena's amateur club.It’s been confirmed that Mamelodi Sundowns have snapped up a young prospect from co-coach Rulani Mokwena’s club, Black Poison FC.
Camagu Mdevulana, 19, has penned an official contract with the Brazilians, with Siya sources informing the crew that he will be part of the club’s DStv Diski Challenge team as he eases into life in the fast lane now that he’s turned pro.
Black Poison, a side campaigning in the ABC Motsepe League and run by the Rulani Mokwena Foundation, has had Mdevulana as part of their set up since he was 10-years old, so in many ways they’ve natured his career to date.
Dinho joined the club at the tender age of 10 and has almost spend an entire decade at the club. Dinho (19) will be part of the youth teams at the defending PSL champions.So Rhulani negotiated for the boy and got payed for his sarvices since he owns that team good for him, congra and good luck to the boy.
Some people are business minded congratulations to the boy and Rhulani for make it possible for him.The begining of destroying what Pitso built.The current team is more dangerous that Pitso's squad but that' mu opinion.The current squared is the same players Pitso signed, he signed Shalulile before he left.
I respect Pitso and how he transformed Sundowns but I don't see anything wrong with our coaches.. Its must that they must sign new players.. Pitso has been gone for 2seasons now we can't be using same players and same tactics from 2seasons ago.
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