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“Those who are blessed, need to bless others” − these were the humble and heartfelt words spoken by coach Steve Komphela at the end of a successful World Food Day outing with the Mamelodi Sundowns first team.
The festive season is often hailed as the most wonderful time of the year. It is a season of laughter, giving and spending time with family and loved ones.
One thing is certain; Mamelodi Sundowns have mastered the art of winning. After clinching an eleventh league title in the Premier Soccer League era last season, Masandawana is on the brink of birthing a dynasty which highlights the club’s incredible winning habit and spectacular consistency.
As Denis Onyango saved his fifth spot-kick in the intense penalty shootout at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, the coaches, players, supporters and everyone associated with the Mamelodi Sundowns family raised their arms aloft in relief and utter jubilation.
Mamelodi Sundowns has continuously been on the fore front when it comes to promoting grassroots football across both the men's and women’s teams. Over the years, the club’s structures have prioritised the personal, physical, technical, tactical, psychological and social development of talented youngsters across the country.
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.