Mokwena

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena says his team has not been training. Image: Mamelodi Sundowns

“I’m slowly losing my love for this game” – Rulani Mokwena

“It is very sad because I was born into football and I look at how this game is going,” Rulani Mokwena after Sundays’draw with Polokwane City.

Mokwena

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena says his team has not been training. Image: Mamelodi Sundowns

Mamelodi Sundowns Rulani Mokwena admitted his passion for the game has left him the past couple of games.

The 37-year-old coach told the media after his side dropped points to Polokwane City in their last game of 2023.

Sundowns failed to win their two consecutive league games for the first time this season, having held by Cape Town City and Polokwane City to end their run of eleven straight league wins.

Mokwena losing his love for football

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“Sorry, I’m feeling a bit grumpy and I didn’t give you the best press conference, but this is my mood for the last couple of weeks now, but anyway this is football,” Mokwena told the media.

“This game of football, sometimes or every single day, it eats away my passion for this game and I’m slowly losing my love for this game and it’s very sad.

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“It is very sad because I was born into football and I look at how this game is going and I say to myself, ‘maybe I’m not cut out for this game’, I’m in a space where I say to myself, ‘maybe I’m not good enough to be a football coach,” Mokwena added.

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Despite two successive draws, Sundowns still top the log by six points and also have games in hand.

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