Mamelodi Sundowns Rulani Mokwena has seemingly made his mark on his trip to East Africa. Take a look!
The tactician is someone who rarely takes time off as he uses his free time from his busy schedule as a Premier Soccer League coach to watch amateur football matches where he shares the tricks of the trade with rising stars.
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Mokwena builds bridges
Due to his love of the game, Mokwena and Denis Onyango also recently embarked on their five-day visit to share knowledge with the Kampala Capital City FC technical team in order to develop sports in Uganda.
Mokwena was accompanied by Sinethemba Badela, the assistant coach at Cape Town All Stars, as the prominent duo spread their words of wisdom to a group of footballers while they also put the young ballers through some fun but important training drills.
While the coaching staff also appeared to pick the duo’s brain and watch their methods.
This visit was part of the club’s five-year strategic plan to build alliances with Mamelodi Sundowns.
On Tuesday Rulani spent his last day with the group and thanked them for their hospitality.
“We wish you nothing but the best of luck. Hopefully, you go there and you win the tournament and start the new season on a winning note.
“Thank you for your hospitality and for being great human beings and receiving us well.”
Did you know?
Former Uganda Cranes captain Denis Onyango, who now plays for Mamelodi Sundowns FC, was pivotal in Rulani’s visit to KCCA FC.
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