A reckless move costed his side full points and also forced him to have an early shower and now he stands to be punished by his club. This is the case of Mamelodi Sundowns captain Dennis Onyango who had a bad day at the office over the weekend.
Downs captain and goalkeeper, Denis Onyango, is one player who will be dealt with after he got himself into hot waters this past weekend when he received a straight red card after committing a professional foul in a 2-0 win over Sekhukhune United.
Onyango was in the news recently after he made another blunder that had coach Mokwena come in his defence while supporters bay for his blood.
Mamelodi Sundowns have made it tradition to discipline their players for transgressions on and off the pitch in a bid to maintain a high level of professionalism. The club is guided by a rulebook which, among others, outlines the fines handed down on players for late arrivals to training, an elaborate social life and things such as getting unnecessary yellow and red cards.
Meanwhile Onyango still remains one of the most successful players remaining in the club
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