Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Sphelele Mkhulise has identified areas of his game that he needs to improve on, in order to work his way back into the team.
The Sundowns product has struggled for game-time in recent months, making only four appearance in all competitions so far.
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After featuring and scoring in the 7-0 victory over La Passe in the CAF Champions League, first round, first leg clash last Sunday, the 26-year-old could get another opportunity to play in the second leg clash to be played on Friday at Loftus Stadium.
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Mkhulise has been described as one of the best midfielders in the country by coaches at Sundowns, but has not quite established himself as a player who can contribute with goals and assists on a regular basis.
He has been encouraged to get into the opposition box a lot more to get goals and assists, rather than playing it safe most of the time.
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"I was to score. To try to be a starting player here, I think need to listen to the coaches. I have to work hard, I have to run, I have to score goals, I have to assist. I have to work hard, that's all. That's what they always tell us. You need to be focused all the time because whenever you get a chance, you must be ready," Mkhulise told media during a press conference held at Chloorkop on Thursday.
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