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Vilakazi, Shalulile and Onyango spotted back in training

South African football clubs have already started preparing for the 2022-2023 season, hoping that a good pre-season will lead to a good season. The 2021-2022 season is already a thing of the past.



Most clubs have already started training again, but Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club has not yet started. This is despite the fact that they have to defend the three trophies they won last season. The Brazilians won the league championship, the MTN8 Cup, and the Nedbank Cup.


Even though they have a lot of work to do, most of the players haven't shown up to training yet, and it's not clear when they will. This is because most of them are still on vacation around the world.


Even with all of this going on, we know that they will soon be back at training. Pre-season is an important part of being a successful club like Masandawana, which relies on momentum to get the best out of their players and, in turn, see success come their way.



Even though the whole group hasn't gotten together yet to prepare for the season as a team, some players have gone back to training early to start getting ready without most of their teammates.


Yesterday, Sibusiso Vilakazi, Peter Shalulile, and Denis Onyango were seen doing some routine training drills at Chloorkop before the pre-season.


On his Instagram story, @valdeziscoming24, Vilakazi posted a video clip of their training session.


This shows how eager they are to get started right away and prepare for the upcoming season in the best way possible, giving them an edge over most of their teammates.


I think this shows young players that even if they are successful, they still need to work harder than they used to if they want to stay at the top.


Source:https://instagram.com/stories/valdeziscoming24/2872127030354176075?utm_source=ig_story_item_share&igshid=MDJmNzVkMjY=


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