Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club co-head coach, Rulani Mokwena shared a moment with the club's fans ahead of their heavyweight clash against Kaizer Chiefs Football Club later today.
With the success, Sundowns has had in the last ten-plus years the club has managed to attract several fans to support the Chloorkop-based club, which were brought closer to the players by former Sundowns head coach, Pitso Mosimane during his eight-year tenure as the club's head coach between 2012 and 2020 before leaving to join Al Ahly Sporting Club.
Mosimane has left a legacy that is benefiting the club at the moment, as the club's fans are known to be one of the loudest in the country and that is down to them singing during matches and after to appreciate and steer their players on the field of play to continue fighting for them and the yellow nation.
Something that Sundowns' coaching staff knows well, as after every game they go to the stand to appreciate their fans for the support they have given them during that particular game given they have won or lost.
This tradition has made fans feel close to the players and team which has been one of the reasons why the club has dominated South African football for this long, and will look to continue dominating it for years to come.
Sundowns co-head coach, Rulani Mokwena took it one further as he was spotted taking pictures and interacting with fans ahead of Sundowns' clash against their arch-rivals, Chiefs later today.
Having been part of the success the club is currently enjoying from the beginning, Mokwena understands the importance of interacting with fans every time they get a chance to.
And with players and coaches treating them with this kind of respect, Sundowns fans will keep on being in their club's corner and giving the team the support it needs.
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