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Safa praises new PSL champions – Mamelodi Sundowns

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Safa praises new PSL champions – Mamelodi Sundowns

Danny Jordaan, SA Soccer Affiliation (Safa) president has praised Mamelodi Sundowns who emerged because the champions of Absa Premiership

On Saturday, Sundowns received Black Leopards with a 3-0 rating whereas Kaizer Chiefs have been dragged to a 1-1 draw with Baroka FC.

The rating sheet gave Sundowns the room to seize the title whereas Chiefs followers remained heartbroken.

I want to take this chance to congratulate Sundowns Soccer Membership for being true champions. That is their third league title on the trot and tenth total and nicely carried out to educate Pitso Mosimane and his technical staff for main the staff to the highest once more,” Jordaan informed the Safa web site.

Competing in Africa 12 months in 12 months out and persevering with to dominate on the home entrance exhibits the imaginative and prescient of membership President, Mr [Patrice] Motsepe and his board. Successful the league title additionally means Sundowns will as soon as once more be representing South Africa along with Kaizer Chiefs within the Caf Champions League event whereas Orlando Pirates and Bloemfontein Celtics will participate within the Caf Confederation Cup.

Jordan additional spoke about how thrilling the league was determined.

Up till the ultimate whistle, the league may have gone both means however in the end Sundowns via their never-say-die angle, prevailed. The membership has carried out nicely in Caf membership competitions and we sit up for them elevating the South African flag once more along with different continental representatives.”

When our golf equipment do nicely in Caf tournaments, it rubs off our nationwide groups particularly the senior males’s nationwide staff, Bafana Bafana,” concluded Jordaan.

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