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Sundowns Can Reach CAF Semi-final if They Sign This High Profile Player

One of the most talented star has confirmed recently that he was never enticed by the idea of playing in the Soweto Derby. He is currently a free agent maybe his comment on the Soweto derby could be appealing to Sundowns.

Who has ambition to do well in CAF champions league tournament. 

Former Chiefs player Junior Kanye believes Pirates does not deserve this player, because they got rid of Mntambo. Who is a quality player. They might not use Bongani Zungu properly if they were to sign a player like him. 

Kanye recons that Zungu can compliment Jali in the middle. The likes of Mokoena and Mbule can add to the quality at Sundowns. They will also have a good back up plan.

Zungu has won CAF Champions league before this will help Sundowns, when the going gets tough. 

Juniors Kanye is adamant that Sundowns could progress to the semi final of CAF champions league if they sign Zungu.

Sundowns could have 2 defensive midfielders who are arrogant and comfortable on the ball. Who are also brave.

Other players often get nervous in CAF champions league quarter finals. Jali and Zungu can offer Sundowns something they need to qualify for the CAF final also.

When Sundowns played against Petro Atletico in CAF champions league. Andile was working too hard both on the attack and defence.

Zungu could be valuable given his experience get gained overseas.

Junior recons only Andile Jali can compete with Zungu in SA.

Zungu knows the culture of the club. He won lots of trophies with the team from Cloorkop.

If Sundowns play with Mbule,Jali and Zungu these 3 can give a lot of teams a run for their money in CAF champions league

Mbule also has an experience in the continent. He helped Supersport to reach the final of CAF confederations cup previosly.

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