What did Eric Ramasike say to Mamelodi Sundowns

Mamelodi Sundowns vs Highlands Park

Eric Ramasike warned his team that they shouldn’t underestimate the Kaizer Chiefs. It looks like this season is going to be interesting and it’s hard to predict who will eventually be the ABSA League winner. In addition to Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs, there are other teams to count on. There are a lot of good teams competing for the tournament winner.

Ramasike is one of the most famous players to have played for Sundowns. During his professional football career, he played mostly in the winger position. Eric said the Chiefs will be one of the main competitors to win the ABSA Premiership. The Amakhosi had a great start this season. The proof is 19 points after eight games. They currently have five points more than Sundowns. Pitso Mosimane has two fewer games to play, so it will be interesting to see how the competition goes.

The two teams will play the game on the 27th of October after which everything will be clearer. The Sundowns played a game against the Black Leopards where they started well but reduced the tempo in the second half. The Mamelodi were lucky in that game because the Leopards played well. Eric thinks this is the Sundowns experience which is the reason they have over 70% chance of winning the league.

Ramasike thinks Sundown’s biggest asset is a big team over Kaizer Chiefs. But the Chiefs are currently on the rise and it’s hard to judge who will win in the end. He thinks the Chiefs are a big threat and should not be underestimated. It will be interesting to see on Soccer 10 who will have the most wins and better PSL results.


Eric Ramasike

Eric is one of the players who characterized the football world while still playing. He was born on the 8th of December 1971. He is originally from South Africa and played for the first time in the national team in 1994 against Australia. At the beginning of his career, he played for the Moroka club. He was in that club until the 1994/1995 season.

After that, he signed for Sundowns. He played for Mamelodi until the 2000/2001 season. The former player said he retired after his club didn’t allow him to join the Chiefs team. It was 2006 when he retired. He also played for the Cape Town Spurs club. It will be interesting to see if the former player was right.