Sundowns winger Lyle Lakay getting to grips with the fast paced life of Gauteng

Sundowns winger Lyle Lakay getting to grips with the fast paced life of Gauteng

- The former Cape town City winger will not be able to participate in this year's champions league with Sundowns because he is already cup tied.

- The unassuming player is slowly adapting to life in Gauteng after having spent his life in Cape Town

- The versatile player has impressed in his earlier games and is set to improve judging by his good start.

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Sundowns new signing Lyle Lakay is gradually acclimatising to life in Gauteng. The quiet and unassuming winger traded the mother City for the fast paced life of Gauteng. While he accepts that relocating comes with the trade he plies, he admits to missing his family and friends back home. Chloorkop will be hoping the versatile player quickly settles in.

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Sundowns winger Lyle Lakay getting to grips with the fast paced life of Gauteng

Sundowns winger Lyle Lakay getting to grips with the fast paced life of Gauteng

The player confided to the Sowetan Live that he only goes to the Mall and comes back. Briefly.co.za learnt that the player intends to bring over his fiance to Gauteng in order to overcome the loneliness. His son is also likely to visit during the school holidays. The player is looking forward to turning out more for the Brazilians although he will not feature in the CAF Champions League as he is already cup tied.

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