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Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Patrick Mayo shares a big opinion on Mamelodi Sundowns. Image: Twitter

Chiefs’ ex-striker against his son’s move to Sundowns

The Kaizer Chiefs striker Patrick Mayo would permit his son to join Mamelodi Sundowns on one condition. Find out here.

Kaizer Chiefs

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Patrick Mayo shares a big opinion on Mamelodi Sundowns. Image: Twitter

The former Kaizer Chiefs striker – Patrick Mayo – knows all about the big time. The Gqeberha-born former star also clearly knows what he wants for his exciting kid Khanyisa Mayo.

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Mayo’s talented son has shown he has all the qualities to succeed at places like Sundowns. According to Mayo, he as the father would want a contract agreement based on playing minutes.

“I wouldn’t advise him [Khanyisa] to go to Sundowns. I can only say to him if he wants to go to Sundowns, I will have my own conditions in his contract. One of those conditions is that he has to play 90% of the games,” Mayo said via Goal.

“Sundowns have a large pool of players, and some of them are already struggling for game time. Khanyisa is very young and fragile, so if he is not going to get game time at Sundowns, he will be frustrated.

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“I don’t want to see that. He is getting game time at City, so it doesn’t make sense that he joins a team where he won’t play,” Mayo added.

Cape Town City’s Khanyisa Mayo on Bafana Bafana duty. Image: @SAFA.net/ Twitter.


Staying with Chiefs, we’ve found a quick list of players Arthur Zwane could be welcoming to Naturena in January.

As we’ve all observed since watching the Soweto giants in August, coach Arthur Zwane is missing a few men.

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Kgaogelo Sekgota and Caleb need cover as well as competition. So, wingers on either side are needed, a striker or two as well as a central defender since the likes of Thabani Dube and Erick Mathoho seem likely to move on.

Firstly, we’re not saying the Glamour Boys will sign all of the six players below, that would be absurd. However, every transfer target for a specific position will always need a plan B or C.

An example is the links with two strikers: Balint Bajner and Dino Ndlovu. Read the full story here.

Meanwhile, the Phefeni Glamour Boys will be back in action against Arrows on 31 December in uMlazi.

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