Rulani Mokwena turned to the media after Downs' impressive 20th win over the Kaizer Chiefs in the DStv Premiership over the weekend, speaking briefly about the former Black Leopards star, a player that Siya's team reported on last week showed their rivals huge interest.
"We don't have a hierarchical order, everyone is important," replied Mokwena when asked how far Kapinga would at least make it the team of the day. He was also asked about George Maluleka: "It's going to be a very long season, they are just as important as Mshishi (Themba Zwane) and Gaston (Sirino).
Lesedi is still working very hard, he has had a medical problem or two. But he continues this space, although instead of focusing on why this and that isn't playing, we're focusing on the big improvement some of the players are making.
” In his first season amid new rumors that he would be loaned out and in He played 19 games in all national and continental competitions. "I mean, you have to look at Rushine's accomplishments and look at Lyle.
Lakay, a player I don't understand why he is not in the national team but he is what he is, we focus on what we need to focus and try to improve the team and the performances, these are the things that we can control and yes If we do what the club tells us, we will.This is our approach, "Mokwena said to Journalists.
Lesedi Alton Kapinga (born May 25, 1995) is a South African professional footballer who plays for the Mamelodi Sundowns of the South African First Division as a midfielder. After his senior career at Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, he joined Black Leopards in the summer of 2018. His performances in the 2019-20 season drew praise and interest from the larger clubs started. In the summer of 2020, Kapinga switched to Mamelodi Sundowns with a five-year contract.
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