With Hlompho Kekana recently celebrating 10 years with Mamelodi Sundowns, Soccer Laduma looks at the longest-serving players for the club in the PSL era.
Kekana, who joined Sundowns in 2011 from Bloemfontein Celtic, is currently not training with the first team and could be heading out in the near future after serving the club with aplomb over the last decade. The 36-year-old is not the only one who has served the club for a long period.
Michael Manzini, who is considered a club legend, joined Sundowns in 1995, but started playing in the PSL era in 1996/97 and featured for the side until he brought an end to his career in 2009.
Another Sundowns legend who served the club for a long period is Surprise Moriri, who was adored by the supporters. Moriri, who is now a coach in the club's Diski Challenge team, was with the 11-time Premiership champions for 12 years between 2004 and 2016.
Former captain Esrom Nyandoro spent 10 years with Sundowns from 2004 to 2014.
There are a few players who spent just under 10 years with the club. One of them is Tebogo Langerman, who was with Sundowns for nine years before leaving for Swallows FC recently.
Scroll through the gallery to see images of the longest-serving Mamelodi Sundowns players