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THE METEORIC RISE OF NAMIBIA'S SUPERSTAR PETER SHALULILEEXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Author: John AliuIt’s been a meteoric rise to stardom for Peter Shalulile. The Namibian striker, fondly known for his tucked in shirt and spring-stepped celebration, recorded an incredible first season at Mamelodi Sundowns that saw him land both the 2020/21 PSL Player of the Season and Players' Player awards. The Bafana Ba Style goal-scorer also narrowly missed out on the Golden Boot award after finishing in second place with 15 goals scored. To have performed so well in his debut season is a sign of good things to come.Born in Windhoek (Namibia), Shalulile developed a passion for football at a very young age. He is a product of Tura Magic FC in his home country, a club he joined when they were campaigning in the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Khomas second division. Remarkably, he helped the team gain promotion to the Namibia Premier Football League in the 2011/12 season. From there on, his career has been on an upward trajectory as he was also part of the National team side that won the COSAFA Cup in 2015.
In the last few seasons, he has become one of the most lethal finishers in South Africa. The Namibian forward finished the 2019/20 season as joint-top goalscorer after bagging 16 goals. His knack for scoring goals caught the attention of the Brazilians and prompted Mamelodi Sundowns to capture his services, arriving to Chloorkop with Mothobi Mvala from Highlands Park. Since that move, he has flourished and has become a prominent feature in the starting eleven.