Johannesburg - Pitso Mosimane trusts that Mamelodi Sundowns' friendlies against
three of Ghana's top sides will help weed out the weak from the strong
in his squad.
According to the Football411 website, the Brazilians returned to training two weeks ago in preparation
for next season, with the Tshwane outfit reporting to pre-season camp in
Mosimane has since revealed Downs will do battle against Asante
Kotoko, Hearts Of Oak and Dwarfs as he looks to continue to introduce
news signings, as well as experiment with his line-ups.
"We are in the third week of our pre-season preparations and I
look forward to the friendly matches against the African giants because
my players will be tested but also because we will have an indication of
the work we have been doing so far," he told the club's official
Sundowns recently took on 2013/14 PSL newcomers Polokwane City in
a warm-up fixture, which saw Duncan Lechesa's men get the better of
their more illustrious opponents 1-0 on the day, yet Mosimane is not
He added: "Look, we cannot get everything right on the first few
days but as far as the squad is concerned, I can say that they players
are responding well to instruction and we are getting what we intended
out of the camps.
"The Polokwane camp was about loading and getting the players
back into shape after the season break. Here in Ghana we want to test
what we have been working on since we have opened."