Here Is A List of Players That Might Be Changed for Sundowns This Week
Mamelodi Sundowns is a big South African team that won the league 4 times back to back already, no one can ever touch them when it comes to the quality of the soccer players they have in their team.
Their coach Manqoba said he will make a couple of changes as time progress, as he feels that the performance in Congo was very weak even with two away goals, they still feel they could have done better. The players that will be listed in this article are the ones that are likely to change things for the Sundowns team, they were on the bench last weekend.
The Sundowns coach said that he was impressed with some of the guy's performance also not pleased with the others, those are the ones who are likely to get the ax, the Sundowns coach is going to put Rushine back in the team, he will also make sure that Grant Kekana is restored and Villa might be dropped this is because when he starts the team does not do so good, but when he benches they win games which are insane.
Maema should also start games, this kid does all the good stuff on the pitch, plus Mamelodi Sundowns has the quality to make sure that all the guys on the team get a chance so they can feed their families just as everyone would like to.
These teams have to learn how to wait for no the stars that are quality enough to be fit rather than just put people who do not match fit on the ground. Sundowns supplies the national team with the most players, this is to make sure that some of their guys are advertised so they can make overseas moves.
- Sibusiso Vilakazi..
- Rushine De Ruck.
- Thabiso Kutumela.
- Grant Kekana.
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