The most saddest thing perhaps to see in football is seeing a player make the step up from the so called smaller clubs to the so called bigger and the move not working out for the player for whatever reason
And at Mamelodi Sundowns that seems to be a habit and a tendency beside the club being a winning machine they also tend to spoil or even permanently ruin quite a lot of careers as a consequence
Because Mamelodi Sundowns unlike many other clubs in South Africa and in the DSTV Premiership have the luxury and privilege of having more than 2 players in one position
That is the very reason why they have the biggest squad in the entire league and the best as well which also explains the winning culture at the club as a consequence of that
Because they can field completely different teams for different competitions and still be able to produce results winning matches and winning trophies in the process as a result
But that doesn't always work out for Mamelodi Sundowns or the player's as well because no matter how much money they have it makes no point paying a player a fortune that doesn't play regularly
And before the start of the season Mamelodi Sundowns made quite a number of signings as they usually do to increase the numbers in their squad and raise the level as a consequence
So far nothing has worked out for Sfiso Ngobeni at Mamelodi Sundowns and as a result of if sources close to the situation are true and accurate.....
They are now considering sending him out on loan along with teammate promise Mkhuma according to & courtesy of reports from KickOff.com
"They are still young and have bright futures ahead of themselves,"
"Both players are set to go out on loan in january with Chippa United a possible destination,"
Source - https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/news/mamelodi-sundowns-to-loan-out-players-in-january-transfer-window/709031
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