Denis Onyango acknowledged why he declined the offer from a well-known club. The Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper reveals why he decided to stay at a club that always cares for him. The Ugandan footballer wants to win a few more trophies in the PSL League and improve Mamelodi Sundowns supabets odds.
Onyango is only wary of the Bidvest Wits football club against which the Mamelodi Sundowns will play in the Nedbank Cup semi-finals. Although Denis is not among the younger players, the years have not stopped him from showing great talent. Unfortunately, when it comes to years, there is not much chance if you want to go to play in Europe.
Although pleased with Mamelodi Sundowns Denis, like most other players, has the desire to play in one of the European clubs. It’s still not crossed, and now it’s important to get players back to the PSL League as soon as possible. The Sundowns team has provided Onyango with many opportunities to develop as a player. Which is just one of the reasons he still doesn’t want to leave the club.
The Ugandan player has turned 34, becoming one of the older players to still play professional football. He admitted that he still hadn’t given up playing in Europe. Although there are few African goalkeepers in the European leagues. However, this should not be the reason that he has to give up a big plan. The older the players, the more they doubt themselves, but that shouldn’t be the case.
What plans does Denis Onyango have?
Mamelodi Sundowns are one of the more successful clubs in South Africa. They currently have several titles won. These are four PSL titles, Nedbank Cup, two TKO Cups titles. Despite Sundowns having many trophies, caution should be exercised before the match with Bidvest Wits. All competitions are currently being stopped due to the pandemic. It is still uncertain when the competition will continue. But both clubs with good soccer 10 results will certainly be ready to compete.
Another reason why this famous goalkeeper is in no hurry to go to another club is the change in the lifestyle of his wife and children. It would be difficult right now to start afresh in a country with a completely different lifestyle. The Ugandan player suspects someone else would give him a five-year contract as he has with Mamelodi Sundowns.