Mamelodi Sundowns defender Khuliso Mudau has established himself as one of the leading right backs in the South Africa for both Sundowns and in the entire country. Mudau has recently earned himself a national team call up and got a place in Hugo Broos' squad.
“I’m not even surprised to see him being rated so highly." Said his former coach Masutha.
"I worked with the boy, he is an intelligent player and someone that never complains at all."
The former Black Leopards defender has been labeled as capable of matching the late Sizwe Mataung's standards if he continues with his brilliant performances.
“He has all the attributes to make that position his and own it like the late Sizwe Motaung used to own that position,” Masutha concluded.
Mudau is in competition for the right back position with Thapelo Morena who has also been doing well when given a chance, the two are believed to be pushing each other to reach greater heights.
Sources: Soccer Laduma
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