De Sa says there is one team that stole his heart and impressed him the most.
"Stellenbosch," De Sa tells KickOff.
"I think they got rid of their star players, and they got all the youth coming through, and they are still up there.
"I think that's a prime example of how it should be done, I think.
"I think they are fantastic. They manage themselves, make money, and develop players.
"That's because they have a proper structure of youth and sports development.
"You see also that they're providing an education for all these kids too."
De Sa added that the Cape Winelands side also does not rely on the finances of billionaire boss Johan Rupert.
"He doesn't bring money in there I can say that much.
"It is not a chequebook club for sure.
"You can see there is a proper development structure while not purchasing players like Sundowns.
"The opening weeks of the season, I think Stellenbosch should be the prime example of a good football set-up.
"They've got a style, they get the results, they implement a lot of youth, that's the good thing about it, there are no superstars there.
"I think Steve Barker played the main role there, he came from Wits, he went to Tuks, he went to Stellenbosch.
"I think he plays a massive role at that club, he is not just a coach, I'm sure."