- Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Sammy Seabi has endured a string of injuries which has stifled his season
- Seabi has made a full recovery and has vowed to make an impact when play resumes
- The 25-year-old joined the Brazilians from Polokwane City
Mamelodi Sundowns star Sammy Seabi arrived from Polokwane City at the start of the season with a lot of hype and expectation.
However, his career at the Brazilians has been stifled by a string of niggling injuries during the campaign.
Now, the lanky midfielder has overcome his injury woes and is chomping at the bit for the season to resume.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Seabi has only featured five times for the first team, but has vowed to fight for his place in the starting lineup.
Seabi said, "Any challenge, I'm ready, physically and mentally."
The 25-year-old can't wait for the PSL season to resume, with Sundowns pushing Kaizer Chiefs in the title race.
Daily Sun reported that Seabi has been giving back to his community during the nationwide lockdown.
The midfielder has been giving generously since the inception of his Sammy Seabi Foundation in 2017.
Seabi said, "Giving back is something that is in me. I've grown up like this, and it is something that I'm used to."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Sundowns defender Thapelo Morena is the most valuable defender playing in South Africa.
The fullback is valued at R22-million by Transfermarkt.
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