The DStv Premiership defending champion might be considering a list of players to their already impressive roster. Because of this, it will be much more challenging than before for existing players to be considered for the ongoing campaign, especially if they have had trouble getting significant playing time in prior seasons.
The fact that Mamelodi Sundowns will be competing in the DStv Premiership as well as the CAF Champions League means that the club's technical staff will have sufficient depth as a result of this development. As a result, the Chloorkop management is always monitoring the transfer market in search of fresh talent that may provide the club with a new dimension. According to the co-coach of the Sundowns, Rulani Mokwena, there will be three new arrivals that can be anticipated at the Tshwane giants shortly before the current transfer season comes to a close.
Mokwena, who has been looking over his existing team, believes that there are still a few places that need to be strengthened. According to what he said, each player that they bring to Chloorkop would be responsible for a particular duty. Even if Downs supporters have criticized the club's coaches for signing particular players, when such players have a successful season, no one brings up the work that has been done by the mentors behind the scenes.
Speaking to the media, Mokwena stated, "So, there is a lot of work that goes into studying our team reviewing the data of our team knowing the strength and the weaknesses and even the profile of the squad that we want to attempt to create."
The Downs co-coach has stated that anytime they approach the transfer market, they look for certain players who will suit the description of their ideal candidate. Currently, Masandawana have secured the services of Sipho Mbule from SuperSport United, Abubeker Nassir from Ethiopian Coffee SC, and Abdelmounaim Boutouil from Chabab Mohammedia. All three players were previously affiliated with other clubs.
Even at this late stage in the game, we are sticking with that strategy. There are no longer any Sundowns signing seven, eight, or nine players throughout the window. "We try to look at specific positions where we feel that we need to try to take the team in that direction," Mokwena said while speaking to the media. "We try to look at specific positions."
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