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Sundowns drops a bombshell to George Maluleka about his future at Chloorkop

George Maluleke left Kaizer Chiefs 2 years back for Mamelodi Sundowns. His move was inspired by lack of opportunities to play at Naturena. Maluleke decided to part ways with kaizer Chiefs because he couldn't take it anymore but now things are not going well for him.

The pain for king George is haunting Sangoma FC fans, they don’t have any type words for our Ytshukutja , just accept he’s no longer your player. U did not handle him simple.

I am Kaizer Chiefs supporter, but I agree with him , Maluleka is always injured , even in Bafana-bafana he was not convincing me , but we need his experience because Sundowns has got a lot of young players, he will be needed in the middle field but I am not expecting much from him.

Mamelodi Sundowns were also in the race to sign Sipho Mbule but Kaizer Chiefs have stolen a march on everyone else as Amakhosi have already tabled a massive offer to SuperSport United with negotiations being led by none other than Stanley Matthews.

It looks like there is a big strike by the players,most of the players that we expect to see tomorrow we hear that they are not fit nd injured for tomorrow's game.We are not interested in what they did at Sundowns, it is none of our business.

We are only interested in what they will do for Mamelodi Sundowns. Whether they play as defenders or as goalkeepers, we just want them and every player we have to do very well.

Please don’t finish all the money because that’s the mistake most players who played for Sunflowers did in the past, today we play dice with them. Remember you are no longer guaranteed to be there.

Am happy for him because last time when he was released by Chiefs he struggled to find a team until he was recalled.

Source https://www.facebook.com/1474192396017615/posts/3709597655810400/

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