“Mamelodi Sundowns lost 1-0 to Platinum Stars and continued the bad run of late in the league. The match saw the return of Teko Modise to the starting line up, but even he couldn't help his luckless side to victory at the Atteridgeville Lucas Moripe Stadium.” – http://goo.gl/l0BoV
Please Sir (Johan Neeskens), swallow your pride and leave our beloved Mamelodi Sundowns before things become excessively worse than they are now. Hawu! kodwa mnt’omdala we know ukuthi uthole our team’s frustrated management panel lapho incani khona. Because of the amount of money involved in the contract they have with you, it’s hard for them to say, “could you please just go away” and it’s clear that you’re fully aware of this situation hence you take advantage of it.
My advice to the President (Patrick Motsepe) is that buy out Madala’s (Neeskens) contract despite of the maddeningly money involved because the opportunity cost of doing so will be extremely low. The team’s reputation, supporters’ pride and the team’s campaign in the top flight league are at stake here.
I have a feeling that Neeskens is fully aware that things have reached proportions where he is incapable of turning them around, kodwa INKANI YESELE NJE.
Neeskens indicated that if he doesn’t win anything this season he will quit. I’m afraid that by the time it becomes mathematically clear that he is going to win nothing; Sundowns’ status will have long been dented in all meanings of the word.
After getting rid of Madala, please get your house in order by dealing with the team’s management team. Keep people who indeed have the love of a team at heart accompanied by correct skills to hold a particular position in the management hierarchy. Find a way of controlling players’ recruitment into a team.
I hope you learnt a lesson in that South African league has nothing to do with the coach’s qualification but only realistic coaches who strategizes according to the circumstances at hand who win something. Consider this on your quest to get Neeskens’ replacement.
By Joseph Mabanga