Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club head coach Rhulani Mokwena signs a new four-year deal at the club.
The Brazilians offered the 36-year-old technician a four-year contract a few weeks ago.
But Mokwena stalled in signing the deal on the table due to him wanting to choose his own technical team.
Despite having a year left in his contract.
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But after talks between the two parties, the former Orlando Pirates signs a four-year contract extension.
The new deal will see his contract expire at the end of the 2027/2028 season.
Mokwena will earn around R600 000 per month, while Manqoba Mnqgithi will remain as the club’s senior coach.
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Meanwhile, veteran goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene will be the club’s goalkeeper coach under Wendell Robinson.
However, there is no place for former Pirates reserve team coach Michael Loftman.
Whom Mokwena wanted to bring on board, but could still join the technical team after this season.
As Manqoba and Steve Komphela have a year left on their respective contracts with the club.