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'I Saw Magic In That Shozi Boy, He Is Our Next General' – Fan's Comment
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Mamelodi Sundowns are reportedly making a U-turn on their decision to loan out two of their players, Khayelihle Shozi and Siphelele Mkhulise.

Shozi and Mkhulise, who are currently on loan at National First Division outfit Richards Bay FC, could be making their way back to Chloorkop as early as January, despite their loan deals only expiring inJune 2018.

Here's how some fans reacted to the news:

"Shozi is the real deal, I would love to see him getting a chance with the first team." – Mashia1950

"I saw some magic feet on that Shozi boy, he is our next General." – KBY +Man Utd

"Hope they'll be given a chance. I like these two boys, wow." – Ndabayakhe

"I hope Pitso calls them ASAP so that we can show South Africans and Africa as a whole our own talent. Eish, can't wait." – Khaya Shozi

"Why they didn't open up their cheque book and buy players? Because they will call them back to bench them." – Myaka weliPhefeni

"We will need them when we start CCL in February #kby." – kdowns

Do you think January is the right time for Sundowns to recall Shozi and Mkhulise?

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Mashia1950 Joined: 29 Aug 2017
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Mashia1950 Dec 08, 2017 07:16 AM
Some of us waited too long for this boys to show us what they have got with the first team. Keletso should also be loaned but not for more than six months.
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Khaya Shozi Dec 07, 2017 04:20 PM
Shozi+kekana in our middle we will be a tough nut to crack #Kby
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Bethel58 Joined: 01 Feb 2016
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Bethel58 Dec 07, 2017 02:05 PM
The will do much better than Manyisa and Lebese! he is perfect replacement for Teko

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