Mamelodi Sundowns' reserve team coach David Notoane sees a bright future for Tristan Moses


Moses was signed from Kaizer Chiefs and Notoane says bringing the defender in, and a few other young players for the side’s MultiChoice Diski Challenge campaign, is part of Sundowns’ succession plan.

Moses is a left-sided central defender and those are usually hard to find in the game.

“Yes, we brought in Tristan as part of the succession plan and he will get most of his playing time in the MDC. But like any other player it’s up to him – the opportunity and stage is there for him to graduate in the first team.

“We believe in his talent and abilty, that’s why he brought him in. Now it’s down to his mentality and the levels of maturity he shows to attract coach Pitso and fight for his plan.

“He brings in a different dimension, being the type of player he is. He is disciplined, has leadership and looking at the future in central defence, we felt that he comes with the right mentality and attitude and he is at the right level. He should be able to grow into the senior team.”