PSL and African League Champions Mamelodi Sundowns have downplayed the possible impact of losing star players Percy Tau and Khama Billiat will have on the team. Both players were integral parts of the club’s recent successes.
The relationship between Percy Tau and Mamelodi Sundowns appears to be ending on a low. This as Tau is refusing to take part in club activities in an attempt to force club bosses to approve his much wanted move to Europe.
57-year-old Elizabeth Tau has opened up about how her footballer of the year son, Percy Tau, has changed her and the entire family’s lives since making his professional debut with Mamelodi Sundowns in February 2014.
Mamelodi Sundowns star striker Percy Tau will be happy to play in any of the European soccer leagues, but admitted that if it was up to him he would choose to play in Spain so he could face Messi and Ronaldo regularly.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has admitted that he is preparing for life without Percy Tau, who is likely to play abroad next season. Mosimane revealed it was highly possible that Andile Jali would join Mamelodi.
Mamelodi Sundowns striker Percy Tau emerged as the big winner at the 2017/18 PSL Awards held at the Sandton Convention Centre on Tuesday evening. Tau was named Footballer of the Season and Player’s Player of the Season.