Mamelodi Sundowns are slowly getting back to their deadly form which has caused nightmares for their rivals in the past decade. Yet their coaches are seen to be cool, calm and collected during high entensive games that could possibly lead to losses. It seems like Sundowns have mastered their recipe of dismantling opponents whenever they get a chance and that's something that they can credit to the team work. When Sundowns welcomed Kaizer Chiefs in their backyard, that's when their co-coach Rulani Mokwena was seen sitting on the cooler box which is rare to witness in the DStv Premiership.
Hence, the media and even football fraternity wondered about this interesting way of sitting during an official match. There was enough chairs available for the players and technical team on the bench. As he saw his team defeated Amakhosi by 4-0 at Loftus Versfeld Stadium and he was sitting on the cooler box while studying the game and shouting instructions from the bench. “The cooler box is a lot cooler than the chair, the chair is hotter, and the cooler has got more ice; I stand up a bit to talk to my coaches, and I do walk across, but the cooler box is cooler,” Mokwena told media as quoted by Soccer Laduma.
Mokwena can be very animated during the game, since he has an unmatched passion for football and constantly wants to win and embarrassed their opponents. By the looks of things we'll seen more of Mokwena sitting on a cooler box as that's what he prefers more than the chair, then it makes you wonder if there will other coaches doing what the same thing on the Premier Soccer League.
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