Emiliano Tade left Mamelodi Sundowns

Emiliano Tade

Emiliano has left the Mamelodi Sundowns. Former Sundowns player has decided to shorten his stay at the club after just 11 months when he transferred from AmaZulu. The Argentina striker spoke with the club’s management to release him from his duties. None of them wanted to go public with details. Tade only explained that there were personal reasons for his decision.

So far, he has only scored two goals in 12 games last season

Emiliano has been struggling with injury for some time now. It was the injury that prevented him from making a good impression at Sundowns. Due to injury, he was unable to show his full potential as he did while playing for AmaZulu. Club President Patrice Motsepe, staff, players as well as the board of directors would like to thank him for all that he has done for the club.

The announcement of the departure of a player playing at the striker position came just hours before Downs will play at Loftus Versfeld against Stellenbosch. The whole club hopes that this decision will not affect the team play. Mamelodi Sundowns fans also hope so. Everyone wants this decision not to affect great results for soccer 10 as well on supabets results.


Emiliano Tade

Tade is a footballer from Argentina who recently played for Mamelodi Sundowns. Emiliano was born in Santiago del Estero. He enrolled in law before moving to New Zealand. After Martin Pereyra suggested Tade try to play for Wellington United, this player opted for a football career. Emiliano won the Jack Batty Memorial Trophy as the man of the match in the Chatham Cup Final.

Emiliano was one of the top scorers in the ASB Premiership and the top scorer in the Champions League. He currently holds the record for consecutive participation in the FIFA Club World Cup. He has performed for Auckland City with seven consecutive club world tournaments.

So far in his career, he has played in several clubs such as the FIFA Club World Cup, OFC President’s Cup, OFC Champions League. Also in the Charity Cup, New Zealand Football Championship. Everyone who loved watching this striker play the game hopes that Tade will soon be back in full glory and great shape.