Absa Premiership

Mbekile hopes for better fortune

2015-02-06 15:25
Asavela Mbekile (Supplied)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Asavela Mbekile hopes to win over the favour of coach Pitso Mosimane during the second half of the season, after making just two appearances for the club during the current campaign.

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Mbekile moved from Moroka Swallows to Sundowns at the start of this season but securing a place in the starting XI has proven to be rather difficult.

The Brazilians do have a busy schedule ahead of them this season, though, and Mbekile thinks that he might just benefit from that.

"We still have a long Absa Premiership season ahead, and we still have to compete in the Nedbank Cup and the CAF Champions league," Mbekile told Soccer Laduma.

"I just want to thank Sundowns for showing trust and faith in me.

“I know that now the ball is in my court," added the 28-year-old midfielder.

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