Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena explains why top European coaches want to copy their style. Image Source: (@MamelodiSundowns//Twitter)

Sundowns team against Pirates at the Orlando Stadium. Image Source: (@MamelodiSundowns//Twitter)

Full list: Sundowns’ December fixtures

Mamelodi Sundowns don’t enjoy extended breaks like other local clubs. Here are December’s busy local and African fixtures.

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena explains why top European coaches want to copy their style. Image Source: (@MamelodiSundowns//Twitter)

Sundowns team against Pirates at the Orlando Stadium. Image Source: (@MamelodiSundowns//Twitter)

Mamelodi Sundowns have had zero time to enjoy the African Football League championship. DStv Premiership and CAF Champions League fixtures await.

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MAMELODI SUNDOWNSDECEMBER FIXTURES

Sundowns have moved on from last week’s exciting 2-0 win over Tshwane rivals SuperSport United, as well as yesterday’s CAF Champions League loss to TP Mazembe.

Seven more fixtures have been set for the upcoming three weeks. The programme will include trips to Durban, Cairo and Cape Town.

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FULL SCHEDULE

  • AmaZulu (away), 6 December (DStv Premiership)
  • Pyramids (home), 10 December (CAF Champions League)
  • Cape Town Spurs (home), 13 December (DStv Premiership)
  • Pyramids (away), 19 December (CAF Champions League)
  • Cape Town City (away), 24 December (DStv Premiership)
  • Moroka Swallows (home), 27 December (DStv Premiership).
  • Polokwane City (home), 30 December.

RULANI MOKWENA SLAMS CONGOLESE JOURNALIST

Staying with Sundowns, head coach Mokwena recently made news in the DRC.

Following Glody Likonza’s solitary goal on the stroke of the hour to seal a 1-0 result for Mazembe, Mokwena gave his press conference in a packed Lumbabashi conference room.

For some bizarre reason, one of the local reporters asked the Sundowns boss if Kabo Yellow played the game to lose.

“We came here to lose the match?” Mokwena responded, as per iDiskiTimes.

“What do you mean we were not involved to score? Themba Zwane hit the crossbar in the first half, Sailor Mudau hit the upright in the second half. I mean I don’t understand. You want to tell me we came here to lose the game?.”

“That’s very very disrespectful, we don’t work hard and put so much hours to come and lose a football match. – READ THE FULL STORY HERE.

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