Maema, who joined Sundowns during the slow time of year from Bloemfontein Celtic, has been one of the disclosures of the period.
Maema has shown up for Sundowns in all rivalries with an arrival of two objectives and four helps, however was inaccessible for their last match against Stellenbosch where Mngqithi said he was missed.
"Since we have not dominated a game [the 1-1 draw against Stellenbosch], we would say we missed him, since he is a vital player for our group.
"Be that as it may, the young men who were given a possibility likewise progressed nicely and I would not have any desire to remove anything from them. The reality of the situation is he has gotten comfortable well and has provided us with a ton of helps and objectives.
"It was appalling for him to get a physical issue which made it hard for to play him in the match against Stellenbosch."
Twilights have five matches in the following 13 days before the Christmas break and Mngqithi said their profundity will be tried during this bustling period.
"I don't think there is anything distinctive as far as the games we will play. It will be extreme for everybody, the games are coming thick and quick and we require a ton of profundity.
"Groups are having medical problems, there are numerous different reasons making a players out of move, assuming it's intense for Sundowns it should be harder for different groups, on the grounds that basically we have a touch of profundity in our crew.
"Matches we will play in this cycle are vital and testing, and yet they are matches you need to play so you can clear your installations.
'We can't say anything negative, we are anticipating ensuring that in the following two installations in this cycle we attempt to progress admirably and conceivably accomplish the ideal outcomes."
In the wake of dropping two focuses against Stellenbosch, Sundowns return to activity against high-flying Royal AM at Loftus on Wednesday, where Mngqithi will trust Maema is accessible for choice.
Source link: https://www.timeslive.co.za/sport/soccer/2021-12-07-sundowns-coach-manqoba-mngqithi-impressed-by-neo-maema/
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