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"Mamelodi Sundowns Should Not Chase Useless Records" -Former Club Legend Says.

"Mamelodi Sundowns should not be chasing after meaningless records," says a former club legend.

An ex-Mamelodi Sundowns legend has stated that the team should abandon its pursuit of meaningless records and instead concentrate on winning trophies.

Mike Ntombela #13 Nicknamed: Nanana (imoto encane) Career between 1986 - 1992. Signed from Wits University. Arguable, the most famous of Sundowns captains... Joined Sundowns in 1993 under Jeff Butler and retired in 2004.

Despite dropping points in their last two matches, Mike "Nanana" Ntombela is certain that the Brazilians are still on the right track.

According to Ntombela, "Sundowns are still doing well; there is no decline in the quality of play, and I was at all of their games, including the ones they drew," according to the SOURCE.

"They have complete command of the situation. But don't be shocked if some other teams improve and are able to cope with them more effectively in the future.

"It is not the performance of Sundowns that is to blame for all of these draws; rather, it is the improvement of the other teams that is to blame.

"A league championship is ultimately what you strive for, and in order to win a championship, you must have more points than the guy in second place.

"Sundowns' ambitions are to win the league and qualify for the Champions League and Club World Cup, among other competitions. That is what Sundowns is aiming for.

"I don't take these fanciful records of them going an entire season without conceding a goal at all seriously.

"If a team is performing well, as they now are, we should place our attention there. The most important thing is to qualify for the Champions League and perform better than we did the previous season.

"Don't be concerned with such records, because they are meaningless in actuality. They should keep their eyes on the big picture."


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Jeff Butler Mamelodi Sundowns Mike Ntombela Sundowns Wits University


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