Sundowns legend begins coaching career

Former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Wayne Arendse is the latest former PSL star to turn to professional coaching.

Arendse spent eight glorious years with the Brazilians. The former Santos star was a key part of CAF Champions League-winning Pitso Mosimane’s dream team.
He finally ended his playing career in 2020 and now Arendse has confirmed that he is venturing into coaching after getting his CAF C coaching license!

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Arendse is on the right path in his coaching career. The former defender has already received his CAF-C license as reported
The ex-Brazilian admits he’s not yet ready to take charge of a PSL side but believes he’s ready to become an ‘assistant’ in the top flight.

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In other news, Mamelodi Sundowns are open to the prospect of losing TWO attackers in the upcoming January transfer window.

According to recent reports, Gift Motupa and Lesedi Kapinga will be allowed to leave the club if a suitable offer arrives.
The duo have battled for playing time and are believed to exceed Rhulani Mokwena’s demands.

Kapinga last played for the Brazilians in August 2022. He made just three substitutions, playing a total of 31 minutes on the pitch.

Motupa, on the other hand, has only played two games for his team this season, scoring two goals. According to reports, Mamelodi Sundowns are open to losing both Kapinga and Motupa in the upcoming transfer window.

While the two may not leave the club permanently, a loan deal that brings them more playing time could benefit both them and the Brazilians in the long run.

“Mamelodi Sundowns, meanwhile, are set to look at what the future holds for the likes of Gift Motupa and Lesedi Kapinga.” a SoccerLaduma report read.

“A decision will be made on the players in the coming months with the club open to letting them leave to get game-time elsewhere.”

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