'Sundowns Should Replace Bafana'

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Mzansi reacts to Mamelodi Sundowns’ Convincing Victory Over Al Ahly In The CAF Champions League and share their wishes of condolences due to the passing of Bucs mega fan, Dejan 'Malaga' Miladinovic. Find out what was said, by listening in the podcast player below! 

The CAF Champions League continues this weekend which sees Mamelodi Sundowns take on Al Hilal on Saturday 18 March. Sundowns will be going into this fixture with loads of confidence after they recently walked over Al Ahly 5-2. Masandawana proved their brilliance during this fixture after netting 3 goals within the first half! Mzansi has commented on Sundowns' performance, with one fan saying, "Sundowns should replace Bafana Bafana." This is a clear testament to Rulani Mokwena's team and the now solo coach is hoping he can take Downs all the way.

On a more somber note, South African football has lost yet another icon of the game, this time a mega-fan. Serbian-born Dejan 'Malaga' Miladinovic sadly passed away and condolences have been pouring in for his family, and Orlando Pirates. Mzansi has shown unity with one another as we are all connected through football. 'Malaga' was a fierce Bucs supporter who would regularly be seen behind the posts, leading the cheers of thousands of supporters.

On the latest episode of the Fan Reaction Show, Mzansi shares their thoughts on Mamelodi Sundowns' dominant performance over Al Ahly and offers their condolences to the friends and family of die-hard Pirates fan, Dejan 'Malaga' Miladinovic.

To listen to the full debate on the Fan Reaction Show, click on the podcast player above or find it on your favourite podcast player.

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