Over the years Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club is known to have produced one of the finest leaders in South African football fraternity.
The likes of Esrom Nyandoro,Surprise Moriri,Godfrey Sapula,Teko Modise and Benson Mohlongo are just some of few great captains the club has had over the years.
In the recent years after Teko Modise and Alje Schut left the club the task was handed to now club legend Hlompho Kekana assisted by the likes of Motjeka Madisha,Dennis Onyango,Ricardo Nascimento and recently Musa Lebusa,but with Nascimento's career at Downs uncertain so does his leadership role at the club.
The 34 year old Brazilian is said to be in his homeland due to family reasons and it is rumoured that he will be stripped of his role as one of the club's captains.
But it is still unsure whether the lanky cool,calm and collected defender will even come back but as it stands he is still a Sundowns player.
Do you think Downs should strip him of his role as one of club's caotains?Leave your thoughts below.
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