Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has committed to allowing the club’s fringe players a chance to carry some of the load.
The Brazilians will return to action on Saturday when they travel to Seychelles for the away leg of their CAF Champions League first round clash against Cote d’Or FC and the coach has said many of the players who’ve not seen much action will feature.
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“I’ve got people who still have to come to the party,” Mosimane told journalists.
“A lot of guys must go to Seychelles and help us there. We can’t (only) rely on the team that’s been playing. So we will probably change the team in Seychelles and everybody must get an opportunity to play and show us they can win.”
But Mosimane also cautioned the likes of Andile Jali, Lyle Lakay, Soumahoro Bangaly and others that there will would be consequences if they don’t deliver.
“If it backfires, we will sort it out here. Everybody must raise his hand and play. We are in three different tournaments in seven days – it’s no child’s play. It needs a different approach and mentality. So far we are doing well,” the coach explained.