Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane believes goalkeeper
Thela Ngobeni is not up to the standard of the first choice Denis Onyango or
second choice Kennedy Mweene.
Ngobeni has never been able to establish himself at
Chloorkop and has spent the majority of his career either on the sidelines or
on loan at Free State Stars.
In addition, Mosimane takes the view that the 29-year-old is
simply too short to cope with the demands of the CAF Champions League.
It appears the shot-stopper could be set for another loan
move elsewhere though reports have suggested he may seal a permanent deal to
join Ea Lla Koto in the near future.
Speaking to Kickoff, the Brazilians mentor said: "It's
a little bit difficult for Thela and he might not be happy with what I am
saying, to say that I don't think he is at the level of Denis, that's my
"Denis is the number one in Africa, let's be honest.
Kennedy (Mweene) is the number one in Zambia and he is the captain.
"Also Thela is a little bit short and you saw what
happened in Horoya (in the Champions League). They've got big boys. You've got
to come out and catch the ball."