Tlale: Sundowns deserves it

2014-05-06 11:22
Mamelodi Sundowns (File)

Johannesburg - Ex-Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper, John Tlale, advised Mamelodi Sundowns ahead of their game against SuperSport United on Tuesday night to keep focused and organised.

 Kick-off is at 19:30.

According to the soccerladuma website,Tlale revealed that the Brazilians have done well so far and are confident of a win against neighbours but it’s not going to be easy.

“They just need to keep their heads cool and keep fighting. They need to fight to score first to keep them under pressure. It’s not going to be an easy game and but I know they really want this cup so they know what it means to get it.

They just need to do themselves a favour and win that game then they can be crowned champions officially.

“The fact that they didn’t play for more than a week now is not a problem to them because they have depth and the other guys who come in will come with fresh ideas. The coach has an advantage of a bigger squad so Pitso Mosimane is spoiled for choice. To a young coach like him, winning a major trophy like the league as he’s coaching a big team like Sundowns is something great. He’s doing a great job for Sundowns after the club has failed to win a major trophy in a while. His job is to tell his boys to keep calm and remain focused, he’ll definitely make it, they deserve it,” said Tlale.

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