Rulani Mokwena joins Sundowns once more: "The prodigal son returns"

Rulani Mokwena joins Sundowns once more: "The prodigal son returns"

- Former Mamelodi Sundowns assistant coach Rulani Mokwena will rejoin the Brazilians imminently

- Mokwena left Sundowns previously to join rivals Orlando Pirates and recently served as interim coach at Chippa United as well

- President of Sundowns Patrice Motsepe has welcomed Mokwena back to Chloorkop, but he's awaiting his Covid-19 test results before joining the team

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Rulani Mokwena became a household name when he took over the reins at Soweto Giants Orlando Pirates.

Mokwena was appointed as head coach on an interim basis, but had to make way for new coach Josef Zinnbauer.

Mokwena struggled to come to terms with the new arrangement and this was detected by the fans, Briefly.co.za reported.

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Following a short-lived stint at Chippa United, Mokwena will be returning to Mamelodi Sundowns as an assistant coach.

The club confirmed the exciting news via their website and it will allow him to work under head coach Pitso Mosimane once more.

Mokwena is no stranger to Chloorkop, having worked there for more than three years in his previous stint.

Rulani Mokwena joins Sundowns once more: "The prodigal son returns

Rulani Mokwena joins Sundowns for a second stint as an assistant coach Source: Facebook
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Briefly.co.za understands that Mokwena will link up with the team, but is first awaiting the results of his Covid-19 test.

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on some of the challenges Mokwena faced during his time at the Buccaneers.

Mokwena explained how he was discriminated against and feels that black people are setting up black coaches for failure.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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