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Manqoba Mngqithi sends unexpected Message to Orlando Pirates and kaizer Chiefs

Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi says Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates are heading in the right direction in terms of recruitment, which benefits South African football as the league is not enjoyable with only one club ‘shining’.

“To be honest, football will not be the same without Pirates and Chiefs being as strong as they used to be. I still believe, even this season, the recruitments made by both teams prove that they are edging closer to making sure that they give us fierce competition,” said Mngqithi.

“The fact that Pirates is in the final of the CAF Confederation Cup is also proof that they are still a very solid team that has the capacity to unsettle any opposition. It is not proper for South Africa to only have Sundowns shining, but at this stage, I do not want to even think we are close to dominating local football.

The only team who can compete and stop this Sundowns dominance, is Petro de Luanda.

manqoba is playing with their mind, knowing very well that chiefs and pirates are still far from reaching Sundowns level, last season amazulu was number 2 ,this season Royal or Cape Town city will be number 2.

Lol give them false hope wena,if we fail to win this Dstv Premiership trophy for 20 consecutive season,

we enjoying this trophy draught in Soweto no noise at all.

Mngqithi stop lying to us

Pirates n us Chiefs we are at least 3 years behind you

Due to financial muscle you have it has given you the edge over teams and dominance of our league

But when those two teams do nof perform its bad for Psl popularity and bad for the reputation.

I like you Coach so humble,u respect other teams not others disrespect Coaches they think they are special while they can fail to Coach small teams,but because of enough resources at Sundowns thus why they are successful behind others back.


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