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Bloemfontein Celtic loanees Nyatama, Mulenga to face Mamelodi Sundowns

Posted: 11 September 2014 Time: 10:36

Mamelodi Sundowns have relaxed their loan policy in the cases of Musa Nyatama and Mukuka Mulenga.

Sundowns last month lent the midfielders to Bloemfontein Celtic for the season. In the past Downs have largely prevented any players they loan out from playing against them.

However, Celtic CEO Khumbulani Konco says Nyatama and Mulenga are both available for the club's clash with the Brazilians at Free State Stadium on Sunday.

"Yes, they are on loan from Sundowns but they are available for selection against Sundowns," Konco tells KickOff.com.

"Depending on the technical team decision, both players will be available for selection on Sunday."

Zambia international Mulenga recently received his work permit and will be especially eager to launch his Absa Premiership career following more than a year on the sidelines at Chloorkop.

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Livefyre comments on this story...

Injayediski
posted: 2014-09-11 08:43:53

When good is coming from Sundowns we likely to see less comments...Lol


Anyway this is commendable,let the playing fields be levelled.


Habashwe!!!

Black4ever
posted: 2014-09-11 08:52:21

Well done Dunudunu finally the president has spent more than 3% of his time and taught those danda heads how to run the show. Now football will be the winner. Big Ups Motsepe

mountainking
posted: 2014-09-11 08:54:59

Wonder what's the excuse is gonna be this team when we win the coveted league title for the 10th time cause last season we were told it was a loan clause as if the other 8 times the clause existed.

TsoKing
posted: 2014-09-11 08:55:49

Lol!!! I guess th reason it's because thy ddn't do their job whn Celtic was playing against Chiefs,nw thy have to do th job against Celtic..It's been long over due though,thnx SignClowns..whats left 4 u now is to release Manqele,we want him for free..

TsoKing
posted: 2014-09-11 08:58:55

U should have said mybe if u win it..cause tht's jst wishful thinking tht ur team will win th league..

The Yellow King
posted: 2014-09-11 08:59:57

Well done 06 Times PSL Champions

mountainking
posted: 2014-09-11 09:06:21

Hahaha,have yours as well it always brings goals closer than when you are negative

eronrag
posted: 2014-09-11 09:14:16

It will be interesting if the duo cause a major damage to Sundowns over the weekend. 

Onaza Glorified Sendino
posted: 2014-09-11 09:22:00

if this is the case..Bravo to Mr Motsepe....because Sundowns administrators and supporters did not see anything wrong with that clause in the loan agreements.....

Ngwende
posted: 2014-09-11 09:24:04

This is good for Sundowns players particulary Mulenga who will be joining us ext season. Nyatama is a failure at Downs, we gave him numerous chances he failed to shine.

Onaza Glorified Sendino
posted: 2014-09-11 09:25:28

Black4ever it seems like Mr Motsepe asked team administrators why the clause is added to the agreement...because it is totally against his principles...and none of them could provide a response.....well done and salute to him... 

Svuthe
posted: 2014-09-11 09:28:14

I've seen glimpses of Mukuka "Sika Marazor" Mulenga, when on song he slices through any defence. We know what Nyatama is capable of doing. As a Sandawana, we are in for a good challenge. This will be a good test for our team, thanks to Mr President Motsepe for scraping that clause on our loan policy.

Lekodilo
posted: 2014-09-11 09:36:04

I like this

Nowwhat
posted: 2014-09-11 09:53:12

Glorified Sendino  The Clause is an optional.  Teams have choice to choose the full package option, but most team end up choosing the one where sundowns, still pays the player, hence the clause.

1in10
posted: 2014-09-11 10:21:21

Thanks Mr Motsepe for stepping in.......free and fair play will prevail. No player will be reduced to the stands due to a certain clause, football is the winner.

Enough Said...

Once and Always...in finals...(Gold till next Gold)

mfmotshubi
posted: 2014-09-11 10:51:27

yah next excuse will be nyww nywe sundowns have lot of players,nywe nywe fifa should consider financial fair play against sundowns

Siwelele Brigadier
posted: 2014-09-11 10:52:42

Ka lerato leo Masele

mfmotshubi
posted: 2014-09-11 10:54:22

Let them face us il be waiting for the nxt excuse frm rats and Zebras fans coz its like the loan policy affected them most than the concerned teams

? Chief Tsonga ?
posted: 2014-09-11 10:59:38

Good stuff that  Sundowns are willing to compete on level terms

pddy
posted: 2014-09-11 11:13:38

Let me praise Patrice Motsepe, for humbling his employees and some of his fans who knows nothing about football but boasts of his cash. So wish you can transfer the respect and the dignity you have to your team bcz your employees have tarnished it. Well done Mr Motsepe for prioritizing the football growth of this country ahead of your employees egos. 

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