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Watch: Sundowns star spotted riding a quad bike in the deserts of Dubai

The leagues in South Africa are currently on an off-season break after the conclusion of the 2021/2022 season in the last month or so, which sees a lot of clubs in the country giving their players some time off to rest before coming back to prepare for next season.

While clubs like Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, Royal Andile Mpisane Football Club, and Cape Town City Football Club have already returned to start their 2022/2023 pre-season, Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club players are still on holiday in different parts of the world.

Gaston Sirino is back in his country of Uruguay, Lebohang Maboe just returned from traveling the world while the trio of Grant Kekana, Aubrey Modiba, and Tebogo Mokoena are enjoying the hot sun of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Mokoena who is currently in the second week in Dubai was joined by the duo this past week, and he has managed to spend time with them despite a busy schedule that will see him leave the country with experiences he will never forget.

With the 25-year-old in his last few days in Dubai, he is pushing to get as much fun and experience as he can get, before returning to South Africa to start pre-season with Sundowns.

Yesterday alongside Modiba they visited the Red Sand Desert of Dubai, where they had the chance to go on an adventure that saw the 25-year-old South African male senior international go through the desert of Dubai in the infamous quad bike.

This does not come as a surprise to me, as most of the people that visit Dubai always go through this challenge as a way to enjoy the experience of being in Dubai.

On the bike, he looked like a natural who has been doing this forever, as no one without experience can ride the bike the way he did.


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