Sipho Mbule has broken his silence following his move to Mamelodi Sundowns , revealing why the Brazilians are the perfect fit for him.
Mbule was om Friday officially unveiled as a Sundowns player, following SuperSport United’s announcement that the 24-year-old had joined the Chloorkop outfit for an undisclosed fee.
Since his suspension from Matsatsantsa back in April, Mbule kept a low profile and shied away from the media space, maintaining his silence while rumours about where he will ply his trade next were rife, Kaizer Chiefs had also been touted as a possible destination for the Free State-born midfielder.
However, in his first interview as a Sundowns player, ‘The Master Chef’ has given fans insight into his decision to follow the likes of Teboho Mokoena, Aubrey Modiba and Grant Kekana in making his way to the Brazilians.
“I think the move to Sundowns, its like Sundowns are a team that have dominated over the years, they have a lot of good players and what’s more is that they are competing at the highest level. I was playing CAF at SuperSport but we didn’t qualify for the next season and I’ve reached the final with them but I can do more with Sundowns,” Mbule told Sundowns’ YouTube channel.
“That is why I joined Sundowns, I want to play on the highest level and I want to win trophies.”
“winning trophies is a nice thing, it’s a nice feeling, its every player’s dream. It’s an chievement that you can look up to at the end of the day. I won two MTN8 with SuperSport United and I lost the [CAF] Confederations Cup final.”
“Coming here to Sundowns, its like I am going to add more to my tally, from two to maybe more. I think I’m looking forward to playing with everyone because they have the best players and they are looking for the best players and I think what I am bringing to Sundowns is the talent that they saw at SuperSport,” he added.
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