Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Bennett Mnguni has given Surprise Ralani some advice, with the player’s contract set to expire in June 2023.
Ralani joined Sundowns almost a year ago from Cape Town City and has about six months left on his contract with the DSTV Premiership champions. The attacking player has an option to renew for another season with Sundowns and will be hoping to stay for at least another season at Chloorkop.
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Ralani has made five appearances for the club this season, with one goal and an assist. He struggled to play consistently while Manqoba Mngqithi and Rulani Mokwena were working as co-coaches, but got an opportunity to play in two consecutive matches when the latter took charge of the team before the PSL break.
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“Football is something that cannot be taken lightly. If you are signed by Sundowns, you must tell yourself that you are good. The only thing he should try to do is focus and play well for the team,” Mnguni said to the Siya crew.
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Obviously if you don’t get game time, it will be difficult to prove yourself. I have watched him play and I think he is such a wonderful player, but he should keep working hard. If Sundowns don’t keep him, I don’t think we should give up on him. Someone should give him a second chance. Now, he must focus and show the coach that he deserves to stay at Sundowns. He should work hard and listen to the coach. That’s the only thing he must do."
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