Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi has given an update on the availability of Themba Zwane and Rivaldo Coetzee ahead of this weekend's CAF Champions League assignment.Sundowns host DR Congo outfit Maniema Union at Loftus Stadium on Sunday, after scoring two important away goals in the first leg clash played last weekend.
Zwane, who scored both goals in the first leg clash, did not feature as Sundowns beat Golden Arrows 1-0 on Wednesday at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium. Coetzee also did not make an appearance against the KZN side, as Sundowns gave opportunities to other players who are looking to get themselves more playing time.
"Themba Zwane and Rivaldo are back. They are available for selection. I think they can help us. We had reasons not to take them to Durban, more especially Rivaldo because he had three yellow cards, so we were a little bit unsure in that space," Mngqithi told media ahead of this weekend's clash.
Downs made history which people will never reveal now unless Admin is a fan favourite its then that we Downs Supporters will say yes its true reflection of what the team has been doing.Sundowns will break all the records until they accept that sundowns is a big team.
Let arrows win today pls for the sake of good competition, bcs if Sundowns win today it will b great different on Top.We all knows sundowns is Oiled machine team.
Let's wait and see how many players will be in the starting line up against the yellow nation in Pretoria, again let's the work be done in the field of play, but if those are his words, I'm afraid he might resign after the game nor will be fired.
I remember the coach of wydad said the same thing with Chiefs and he regret saying those words, they must know South African teams are strong that's why u saw Chiefs playing in the final.
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