Maluleka is no longer sanitizing the players as he trended recently, he is back and ready to compete
It feels good to see George Maluleka being included in the eighteen players who faced Maniema Union today. Even though he did not get a chance to taste the game, but his inclusion in a squad hopefully means a lot to George. His absence in DSTV Premiership has caused a stir on social media, people argue about his departure from Kaizer Chiefs as a big mistake.
Mamelodi Sundowns has been playing a week in, week out without hearing anything about George Maluleka, but after today's game, we hope to see him in the upcoming DSTV Premiership games. On Wednesday afternoon, Mamelodi Sundowns will take on Golden Arrows at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium, 15:30pm.
The combination of Andile Jali and Coetzee in the middle of the park for Downs makes it difficult for other players to get opportunities. Maluleka is also a good player who scores whenever he gets a ball in front of goals, unlike these two players they are good at maintaining a possession but failing to convert.
What keeps George on the bench is the strength of Mamelodi Sundowns team, which is to keep possession until opponents commit and utilize spaces left behind. Therefore, George Maluleka is not used to this Mamelodi Sundowns system, but as a player, he needs to adapt or else will finds himself team less.
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