Mamelodi Sundowns are known for signing elite players in the DStv Premiership and that leaves other clubs with less quality players to work with each season. Sundowns have been able minimize competition by buying players that are on top of their game within the Premier Soccer League (PSL). This leads to Downs having numerous players in their camp and others barely get game time. This might affect their football career as they're not helping the club to reach their mandate. This has led to the former Sundowns legend Wayne Arendse to advice George Maluleka about his challenges within the Tshwane giants.
There has been questions about Maluleka's initial decision to join Sundowns from Kaizer Chiefs back in 2020. Many fans were disappointed in the way that he left Naturena as they felt that he could have finished the 2019/20 season within the Soweto giants. Now his stay within the Brazilians have been filled with ups and downs. In a way that it has been reported that he might be released on a loan during the January transfer window. However, Arendse has stated that Maluleka shouldn't worry himself about different reports about him, but he should work on his game. As he feels that he stands a good chance in getting game time. "If he feels he stands a chance especially with the hectic schedule Sundowns have; they have Champions League, they need to finish the league, there’s Nedbank Cup coming up as well, So I’m sure he will get his opportunity, if he feels he has to fight for his position I’m 100% behind him. He knows what he’s worth and he knows where he is at," said Arendse speaking to the media.
Arendse stated that the former Chiefs midfielder should stay put at Chloorkop and fight for his place. There's a possibility that he might make appearances in the second half of the DStv Premiership since Downs have a busy season. “I think he should stay it out because with the schedule at Sundowns I’m sure he’s going to see more games. The coach is gonna have to play all his players”, Arendse told KickOff.
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