Cape Town - Anthony
Laffor says Mamelodi Sundowns' recent training camp in Swaziland has been a
real eye opener as they look to get back to full fitness ahead of the
second-half of the Premiership season.
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The Brazilians are currently gearing up for the resumption
of the PSL campaign in February and have been keeping sharp with friendly
matches, where they drew 1-1 with Mbabane Swallows before dispatching Manzini
And, with Pitso Mosimane's men also set to contest the CAF
Champions League and Nedbank Cup next month, Laffor believes the coaching staff
have been able to take plenty of positives from their recent outings.
"We have learnt a lot from those games. They have
helped us a lot," Laffor is quoted as saying by Soccer Laduma.
"We couldn't have improved on our mistakes if we didn't
play in those games. It's good the technical team organised those games.
"The Swaziland teams have good competition and we
learnt from them as well. It was an eye-opening practice games that we