Sphelele Mkhulise Eager to Improve Against Sekhukhune United

Mamelodi Sundowns are at the top of the DSTV Premiership table with forty-nine (49) points and a new record of winning 13 consecutive games in the domestic league. Masandawana Midfielder Sphelele Mkhulise together with his teammates are eager to improve their performance starting with Sekhukhune United this coming weekend in Pretoria.

Mkhulise communicated his objective to improve his output for the next games and said, “I am happy about my performance from the last game, however I still need to improve in certain areas of my game. To do that I have to analyze my performances from the past fixture to see where I need to put in more work in order to be ready for the next game.”

The Bafana Ba Style Midfielder secured a Man of the match award in their last clash against TS Galaxy for his outstanding contribution and looks to better his game for their upcoming match. The Sundown academy product managed to put his name on the scoresheet during the first half of the campaign and hopes to contribute with more goals and score to help the team collect maximum points.

“We are grateful for the points we have been able to collect. We want to continue collecting points from all the games we still have ahead. I am happy that all those who got an opportunity to play performed really well on the pitch”, said the Masandawana Midfielder, sharing that the team wants to remain consistent with their winning ways.

Mamelodi Sundowns have an extensive team and a rotation of players in their match-day squad was visible during the team’s visit to Mpumalanga that allowed other players to get game time. ‘Sphe’ as he is known by the yellow nation, commented on the subject and confidently mentioned that with the club awaiting the Nedbank Cup and the CAF Champions League in February, everyone will get an opportunity to play.

Masandawana have so far played a total of 7 games in less than 30 days [a space of 26 days between 30 December 2023 and 24 January 2023] as they head into game day number 8 against Babina Noko. The grueling fixtures required the resting of some players in the last game and the team had eight changes in their away victory against TS Galaxy in Mpumalanga.

Mkhulise pleaded with the Yellow Nation to come in numbers to support the team for their upcoming league clash on Saturday against Babina Noko. The 26-year old attacker assured that the team will make the supporters happy as they play their last game in their list of January fixtures.

Mamelodi Sundowns will clash with Sekhukhune United in the DStv Premiership on Saturday 28 January at Loftus Versfeld Stadium. Kick off is at 15h30, live on SuperSport TV.

1 Response
  1. Malandela

    Masandawana Amahle, anyone with info regarding Nassir’s recovery, is He out for the rest of the season or what? You know we never got informed abt our players in this beautiful team of ours. Let’s get the three points today and have the haters continue saying things abt us. Ppl hv forgotten or pretend to hv forgotten that a sundowns was always there all these years with low budget but was still winning cups and league, Patrice came and we also struggled with all the South American coaches, we were the laughing stock for years, now that we hv gotten it ryt then it’s all abt finances. Hhayi abantu banomona