Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane admits
that he has a headache trying to fit new signing Emiliano Tade into the team
after the forward made a scoring debut for the Brazilians.
Argentine striker Tade was only signed by Masandawana from
Amazulu on Wednesday and he immediately made an impact at the club as he scored
the final goal in a 3-1 victory over ASEC Mimosas in the CAF Champions League
Tade only arrived in the Absa Premiership at the start of
this season when he joined Usuthu and showed a keen eye for a goal which
encouraged Sundowns to buy him in the January window.
However, with little known about the player, Mosimane is
trying to figure out where to fit him in Sundowns' system.
Mosimane said: "The biggest challenge for me is where
to play him because he is not a winger. He is not a No.9. He is a No.10, and
Gaston Sirino is playing really well as a No.10 for us.
"He comes with a lot of experience and a lot of goals.
The most important aspect is to fit in the team."
Mosimane though said he couldn't ask for more from the
player on his debut after he netted soon after coming on as a substitute
The Sundowns mentor continued: "You can't ask for more
from Emiliano. 10 minutes on the pitch and he looks like he has been playing
for Sundowns for long, never mind the goal.
"He is composed, and he knows how to play football. He
is a typical South American. What a way of introducing yourself to the