Mamelodi Sundowns is reportedly set to sack 19 – to 21-year-old players ahead of next season.
Masandawana’s management is taking a different route in the club’s reserve side that will see a host of youngsters shown the exit doors.
Mamelodi Sundowns management led by Sporting Director Fleming Berg dropped a bombshell on 19 – to 21-year-old players in the DDC.
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The youngster were told that their services at the club are no longer needed ahead of pre-season.
The Chlorkoop based club is set to play players between the ages 16 and 18 in the reserve league of South African football.
They also informed the club’s development coaches and scouts that the age they should look at should be between 16 and 18.
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Meanwhile, the senior team is set to welcome two more players from South America.
After signing Junior Mendieta from Stellenbosch FC and Everton Moraes from Bahia FC.
Joining Gaston Sirino, Marcelo Allende, and Erwin Saavedra at Chlorkoop.
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But the latter is facing uncertain time at the club.
The club is expected to sack Saavedra to open foreign space at the club.