‘I want to play for Sundowns, they are dangerous’

Mamelodi Sundowns have a new admirer. TS Galaxy‘s Lehlohonolo Mojela has openly flirted with Kabo Yellow.

LEHLOHONOLO MOJELA SAYS HE WANTS TO PLAY FOR MAMELODI SUNDOWNS

The 27-year-old Mojela has not been at the Rockets for a very long time. The pacy forward signed for TS Galaxy at the start of this season after impressing Sead Ramovic in a friendly match against Casric Stars. Sundowns are now his next dream.

Speaking to the media about reports linking him to the big teams, the attacker with seven goals and one assist said his heart is with Sundowns.

“I want to play for Sundowns, but for now, I’m focusing on TS Galaxy because that’s where I have a contract. I think coach Rulani [Mokwena] is a fantastic coach and Sundowns is very dangerous,” Mojela said as quoted by FARPost.

HLOMPHO KEKANA WARNS ITUMELENG KHUNE

Staying with Sundowns, the club’s former captain, Hlompho Kekana, has sent a message to Kaizer Chiefs’ 36-year-old goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune.

Khune was honoured for 25 years of service as a Kaizer Chiefs player last Saturday. The Ventersdorp-born legend later told the media that is not retiring.

“This journey is still long,” he told SuperSport TV’s Lerato Phago, as quoted by iDiski Times.

“We’re still going to see each other, we’re still going to travel together, as much as we have been traveling it and I appreciate everything that everyone has done for me.

“It’s not a farewell. The club made it clear that they are honouring me for 25 years of service. They didn’t say ‘we’re bidding farewell to Itumeleng Khune’.

“I think we will go back, sit down and discuss the future. But for now, nothing has been confirmed yet.

“My legs can still carry me for the next couple of years, so I will continue giving my all whenever given the opportunity to don the black and gold jersey of Kaizer Chiefs,” Khune concluded.

Meanwhile, the Sundowns legend Kekana has sent a warning to Khune.

“I wish he could understand and face the reality that he will never play forever,” Kekana said on SABC’s Soccer Zone, as per FARPost.

 “At this stage that he finds himself in, one would say leave the game before you start hating the game.

“The reality says the system doesn’t want you anymore. So when the system doesn’t want you anymore, make sure that you move. You don’t want to watch football one day and hate it.

“He played for Bafana; he captained the Kaizer Chiefs team, which won the league. I mean, he has done so much. What point does he want to prove, and to whom?” the former Sundowns captain concluded.