- South African football team, Mamelodi Sundowns have shifted a sharp focus to the CAF Champions League
- Sundowns who are the current champs of the Dstv Premiership are looking to do well in the CAF Champions League as well
- Speaking before their first CAF game, co-coach Rhulani Mokwena said that the team has a tough match ahead of them but they know what to do
Popular South African football team Mamelodi Sundowns will now be shifting all of their focus and efforts to the CAF Champions League following an impressive finish in the Dstv Premiership games.
The team has started off the CAF Champions League by facing Botswana's Jwaneng Galaxy and beating them 2-0.
Speaking before the match, co-coach Rulani Mokwena made it clear that the team did not expect it to be easy for the team. According to coach Rhulani, the team will need to shift their focus and align their goals to winning as a team.
“We’ve got our work cut out for us but we know what we must do. We might not be in best space emotionally but we know what to do. We need to galvanise and unify ourselves in getting good results,'" said Rhulani according to a The South African article.
Meanwhile elated Sundowns fans have had this to say:
"Rhulani is not competent to coach Sundowns. ..it's only because we are winning since the season started..it's all because of the good team left by @TheRealPitso otherwise he would be exposed big team....what kind of line up is this #CAFCL."
In other Briefly.co.za sport news, Mamelodi Sundowns wished a fan a very happy birthday on Twitter. Piet Moima is the Chairman for Digwale PSG FC based in Mpumalanga. For his birthday, he showed off his drip by sporting a Mamelodi Sundowns jersey.
Piet shared pictures of himself in his Sundowns jersey with a caption thanking God for his birthday. Sundowns responded with: "Happy Birthday @Piet_Moima. Here’s to many more fam! P.S. The drip is looking (fire emoji)."
Piet thanked Masandawana for their joyous and sweet birthday message while another fan asked the admin of Sundowns' Twitter to send Piet a gift.
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