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Reason why Motsepe could dump Mamelodi sundowns revealed

It has not been a secret the Mamelodi Sundowns boss Patrice Motsepe might be the next Confederation of African Football (Caf) president, should he be elected by the organisation. And that could lead him being forced to step down as the Mamelodi Sundowns president.

The South Africa Football Association president Danny Jordaan has advised the billionaire to step down, only if he has been elected as the president of the Confederation of African Football (Caf).

Patrice Motsepe became the share holder at Mamelodi Sundowns in 2004, Motsepe saw this as a good investment and bought all the share of the club, making him the owner of the club. Since Motsepe took over, the club has won fifteen major trophies including the CAF Champions League Cup and the Super Cup.

In 16 years of ownership, it would be a bitter pill to swallow for the Mamelodi Sundowns supporters seeing the current president leaving as they are used to nice life problems.

Danny Jordaan:

(Source: GOAL.COM)

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