- Mamelodi Sundowns have rewarded their fans with a stunning treble victory cementing themselves as Mzansi's most successful club
- The Sundowns took three trophies home and Mzansi celebrated the momentous achievement online
- Fans took to social media to praise the team who performed superbly under Pitso Mosimane
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South Africans took to social media to celebrate another amazing milestone in the Mamelodi Sundowns history as they record a treble trophy win.
The secured their third trophy after defeating Bloemfontein Celtic in Soweto on Saturday to win the Nedbank Cup Final 1-0.
Before that, they snatched the Premiership trophy last Saturday with a photo finish against Kaizer Chiefs.
Briefly.co.za learned that in December, last year the Sundowns beat Maritzburg United to take home the league cup. It has truly been a fairy tale ride for the amazing club.
Here are some reactions from Mzansi, celebrating the outstanding performance of the Mamelodi Sundowns:
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has reportedly urged South African soccer bosses to have more faith in local coaches. This comes after Mamelodi Sundowns bagged the 10th ABSA Premiership title.
The 56-year-old took over the coaching position at Sundowns back in 2012 and managed to lead them to a win in the 2013/14 season. The 10th title win for Sundowns in turn made Mosimane the most successful coach in SA.
Mosimane is known for being outspoken and recently spoke about local coaches not being respected in the country. Mosimane is also the first coach locally (and internationally) to achieve five Premiership titles.
In other news, Ernst Middendorp has been shown the door by Kaizer Chiefs Club Chair Kaizer Motaung and his fellow management team. Their decision to let him go comes only days after the team was defeated by Sundowns in the ABSA Premiership Championship match.
“We deliberated and considered many aspects related to the team, including our way of playing, our performances and the results, before coming to the decision," said Motaung in an official statement.
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