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Supersport United set to release Kaizer Chiefs target Sipho Mbule

Supersport United head coach Kaitano Tembo admits it was a mistake to hand a start to midfielder Sipho Mbule against Mamelodi Sundowns.

SuperSport came back from a two-goal half-time deficit to snatch a crucial point against an undefeated Sundowns side in a DStv Premiership clash in the Tshwane derby at Loftus Versfeld Stadium.

Matsatsantsa started the match with Jesse Donn and Mbule in the middle of the park before hauling off the latter at half-time for Jamie Webber.

Mbule looked out of sorts with Tambo admitting an error in judgement in starting the midfielder who lacks match sharpness.I think for me I need also to take a little bit of responsibility in terms of the team selection.I think I made a mistake to start with Sipho Mbule knowing his condition at the moment.

I watch the game I agree with coach Mbule was not on his standard I used to see him playing he was loosing ball so cheaply.when coach made a mistake and he agreed with that we have to be happy at least some they see their mistakes compare to Baxter always right.

Yes you admit but the way get draw to de defending champion dat means he contributed alot to the team to get draw jst admit dat he did better as Mr coach of your caliber can't talk like that you were also a player give him a motivation not to discredit.

I dont think Mbule will like that because i believe he knows he was not match fit ,but as a player you always hungry to play,u cant no even if u see you not ready,specially u playing derby.Lets not think about that now.

I trust the player if he was not fit but hungry to play he will admit that,and if he was not happy about his substitution he wil mention that one day.


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