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Rhulani Mokwena drops unexpected Bombshell on Sundowns star

Ngobeni joined Sundowns at the beginning of the season from Bloemfontein Celtic after an excellent season last year which included an impressive Bafana Bafana spell during the Cosafa Cup.

The 24-year-old defender and Pule Moraisane remain the only two players at Chloorkop who are yet to make their bow in Sundowns colours this season.

According to a source close to the club, both Ngobeni and highly-rated Promise Mkhuma are set to be loaned out in the January transfer window.

"Sundowns regard both Ngobeni and Mkhuma as big investments for the future of the club," a source reveals to Kickoff.com.

According to SAFA officials the match is not postponed they're waiting for psl report to release the match results.

Chief appeal is dismissed with cost. Until more teams r affected by d same cases, the league continues. Chiefs crisis is not PSL crisis, no special treatment.

Chiefs must stop acting special here and promote the youngsters from MDC to play the games until PSL speaks, Don’t just not rock up.

Nathan Neight Moroatshehla your so ignored those MDC players are training in the ground as first team. So how can they promote them while the village is closed?

Nathan Neight Moroatshehla my understanding of this corona is that anyone who've had a close contact with a person who tested positive for the virus is deemed to go for quarantine!

I assume hore all chiefs players use the same facilities in chiefs village and therefore they've had contacts with those that are infected.

So in other words even those who're not infected are deemed to be in quarantine

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https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/premiership/mamelodi-sundowns-to-loan-out-players-in-january-transfer-window/709031

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