According to Sundowns legend Page Mahlangu, Manqoba Mnqithi, Rulani Mokwena, and Steve Komphela have demonstrated that having three heads is superior to having one head.
The former Bafana Bafana midfielder has stated that he had some concerns with the decision to designate three co-coaches for the team.
However, Mahlangu admits that he was incorrect in his assessment of the sage counsel provided by the Sundowns' brains trust.
The Sundowns' Associate Coaches Have Proven Their Doubters Wrong
The Brazilians have now won five consecutive wins in a succession, making it possible for the three to back up the hat-trick of titles achieved under Pitso Mosimane with a pair of titles won in the PSL.
Mahlangu is of the opinion that if Sundowns can quickly clinch the league title, they will be able to direct more of their focus into winning the cup.
The upcoming match for Sundowns is a Nedbank Cup semi-final versus Royal AM, which will take place on Saturday.
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