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Two cast away Sundowns stars training with this club

There is nothing in the Premier Soccer League other than making the grades at Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club, the club has in the recent past attracted the finest talents around and abroad making it hard for players to cement places in the club's starting eleven and in turn also losing their place in the team. They have one of the best squads in South Africa if not Africa when it comes to quality and depth, which has made it almost impossible for fringe players to get a chance to play and lead to them leaving the club.

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The club has in the recent future released no less than ten players with the pick of them being Bangaly Soumahoro, Hlompho Kekana, and Aubrey Ngoma with the fans, feeling it was not the right call given the trio still had a lot to offer the club.

While Ngoma and Soumahoro were released at the beginning of the season, Kekana parted ways with the club in October 2021, and they have since been clueless.

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While Kekana has been linked with no less than five Dstv Premiership sides, Ngoma and Soumahoro have struggled to find clubs after their exit from Sundowns and it looks like their struggles may end soon.

The duo is said to be training with Sundowns direct city rivals Supersport United Football Club, with the hope that they could land a deal with Matsatsantsa a Pitori.

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I think they will be a massive coup for united should they acquire their signatures, and it will also be a win-win situation for both parties, as it will give the players a chance to revive their careers while giving Supersport United the quality and experience they require.

So Supersport United will make sense for both players and the club.

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