Amakhosi fans will be angry to their club who fails to get the signature of Tebogo Mokoena from SuperSport United. I mean the race was there and Mamelodi Sundowns end up winning the race to sign him for a reported R25 Million. His agent Gly Binkin has revealed why the midfielder didn’t join Kaizer Chiefs after they failed to meet United’s asking price. He would have been a good addition and a proper replacement for departed Willard Katsande.
” There was indeed interest from Kaizer Chiefs, in particular but I think they didn’t engage further with SuperSport United. I think it’s got to do with issue of passion and that passion wasn’t taken any further. So, I am sure from the player’s perspective, he would have been able to agree personal terms on that side as well. But as I said, it’s too far to the equation and Sundowns were able to manage the expectations on both sides of the equation. So it made things a lot easier,” concluded Binkin. Man they lost to get a top player and this will comeback to haunt them. Let me know what you think.
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