Kekana: Chiefs, Bucs do have money

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Bongani Zungu and Hlompho kekana celebrate at Mamelodi Sundowns
Bongani Zungu and Hlompho kekana celebrate at Mamelodi Sundowns
Lefty Shivambu

Mamelodi Sundowns legend and former captain Hlompho Kekana pleads with the club supporters to get used to other people's opinions.

According to former Kaizer Chiefs star and SuperSport analyst Jabu Mahlangu, players who should be helping Bafana Bafana qualify for major competitions are sitting in the stands at Sundowns.

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Kekana says Chiefs and Orlando Pirates can match Sundowns' financial muscles.

"We need to understand that the game we love so much, it's a game of opinions," Kekana tells KickOff.com.

"We might have played the game, both of us, but we might have played it differently you know, hence we understand it differently.

"It's a game of opinions, you need to respect somebody else's opinion.

"90% of the Spain team that won the 2010 FIFA World Cup was made of players of teams that were doing well at the time.

"There were only two clubs that were represented in that squad, Barcelona and Real Madrid.

"Whoever wants his team to have the best players what must he do? He has to buy the players.

"Don't tell me the big teams in South Africa don't have money. The fact is they do have money.

"I'm sure they have money, Chiefs and Pirates, they've got sponsors, those are the two big teams in South Africa.

"Whoever wants the best player must go out and break the bank."

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