Mamelodi Sundowns Magazine
The Mamelodi Sundowns ladies team
The world is currently witnessing the emergence of female soccer coaches. At the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France, nine of the 24 head coaches were women. That same number was recorded at the 2015 edition in Canada. Similarly, this year’s edition of the UEFA Women's EURO in England featured six women coaches ...
Winning is such a beautiful feeling and Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies have enjoyed their fair share of triumphs in the last 12 months. The riveting victories, epic comebacks and defensive masterclasses culminated in a historic treble. Simply put, Banyana Ba Style blazed the trail both domestically and continentally.
Miche Minnies has enjoyed a stellar start to her Mamelodi Sundowns career. After making the move from Vasco da Gama Ladies, the versatile forward has fitted into Banyana Ba Style like a glove. Minnies found the back of the net on her debut as Sundowns Ladies registered a 2-1 win over Ma-Indies Ladies in the ...
The popular saying ‘Tough times never last, but tough people do’ is always a constant reminder that there is more to present-day soccer stars than meets the eye.
Captains are integral to the beautiful game of football. They often act as a conduit between the dressing room and the coaches. Skippers usually possess an unbreakable spirit and an unyielding commitment to lead by example.
After clinching an unprecedented treble which comprised of the Hollywoodbets Super League, COSAFA CAF Women's Champions League qualifiers and the CAF Women's Champions League in Egypt, Sundowns Ladies have become synonymous with dominance in African women's football.
In football, a coach is often regarded as one of the most important people responsible for a team’s success. But even the most talented gaffers often require well-trusted assistant(s).