Mamelodi Sundowns replaced Jeremy Brockie

Mamelodi Sundowns replaced Jeremy Brockie! However it looks like the famous South African football club didn’t wait long to find a replacement after Jeremy Brockie left the club. Instead of Bafana Bafana, they boost the team with the help of Pitso Mosimana. Last night, the club began discussions with Tokelo Rantie after captivating everyone in training at Chloorkop.

After Brockie joined Maritzburg United, it was revealed that the same player had a three-year contract with the Sundowns club from one to two years. Furthermore, Kgori Dinho Mokoro confirmed this news and that Tokelo Rantie has signed with Mamelodi Sundowns.

It remains to be seen how much TC will have to wait before he can make it to the first team, but Sundown’s tough schedule could give him a chance to prove himself especially with colleagues like Mauricio Affonso. Rantie joined Masandawan after strenuous matches with Cape Town City and Gençlerbirliği in Turkey. Finally, he hopes to return to Tshwane under the guidance of one of the best head coaches. More you can see at Soccer 10.

Mamelodi Sundowns

Mamelodi Sundowns is a well-known football club from South Africa based in Mamelodi. They have won the title of champion nine times since 1996, and in 2016 they were CAF Club Of The Year and CAF Champions League champions. They have won the Nedbank Cup four times. Patrice Motsepe is the owner of the club, a billionaire and owner of the mining business. With the PSL log you can find out more about this famous club. Also with the PSL results.


However, after being replaced by the National Soccer League, the National Soccer Sundowns won three titles. They did it in a row from 1998 to 2000. They managed to reach the CAF finals and after that defeated by Al Ahly. Thanks to the most Tsichlas, Mamelodi Sundowns have become the best team in South Africa. After that they won more trophies than any other club.

Finally, in 2004, Patrice Motsepe bought over 50% of the club’s stake. However later he take control of the club after buying the remaining shares. The club has its ups and downs, but eventually remained one of the best football clubs in South Africa. In conclusion they didn’t have convincing start for the 2006/2007 season. Finally Tovey and Gamondi finished with their duties and Gordon Igesund took over as head coach. If you want to know more about the next matches you can dicover at PSL fixtures.