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Are PSL clubs jealous of Mamelodi Sundowns’ success? The club legend has his say.

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Mamelodi Sundowns players celebrate their 2023 AFL success.

Feutumba Praises Mamelodi Sundowns’ Continental Achievement

Mamelodi Sundowns legend believes South African clubs should not be jealous of Sundowns’ success.

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Speaking to Soccer Laduma, Roger Feutumba said that other clubs should not be jealous of the Brazilians’ dominance but should learn from it.

The Cameroonian born was speaking after Sundowns’ success in the African Football League, where they lifted the inaugural title after a 3-2 victory over Wydad Athletic Club.

“What Sundowns has done is not just for themselves. It is for the whole country, and other teams should learn from them,” Feutumba told Soccer Laduma.

Feutumba Urges Chiefs And Pirates To Step Up

He went on to point out that Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates also need to pull their weight when it comes to continental football, as it also helps the national team, Bafana Bafana.

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Feutumba Calls For More PSL Participation In Africa

In conclusion, he said that PSL hould fight to play in Africa, as it will better the league and the clubs, as Sundowns is currently doing.

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