Mamleodi Sundowns have overwhelmed the SA football scene in ongoing history, coming out on top for five successive association championships remembering two homegrown high pitches for the beyond three seasons.
Be that as it may, at the SA National Editors' Forum this previous Saturday, Motsepe fought neighborhood football needs areas of strength for a serious Chiefs and Pirates while likewise approaching Sundowns to work on in the mainland contests.
"On the off chance that you take a gander at how Mamelodi Sundowns came out on top for the championships, they have worked really hard and they need to win in Africa," Motsepe said.
"They must show off their abilities on the landmass. I'm just trying to say, Kaizer Chiefs will win prizes since we really want them to win prizes.
"Orlando Pirates will win prizes too. We want them to win prizes. There are difficulties in SA football, yet I'm certain that they will get along admirably and develop and will be among the best in the mainland.
"SA football needs Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs, AmaZulu and that large number of clubs."
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