Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Sandile Ndlovu has offered advice to The Brazilians' coaching trio after the side's failure to score in their last two DStv Premiership matches.
After starting the season well, the defending league champions have shown signs of dropping their tempo in the last three games.
Ndlovu feels the three coaches are starting to confuse players and claims the team is too relaxed.
"They've been dropping points because they are too relaxed and also Sundowns have three coaches, I feel players are starting to be confused by their instructions," Ndlovu tells KickOff.com.
"Because they come with different approach as they have different philosophies, that's why i said before if they can be same page Sundowns can continue with their dominance, the reality is that these are well experienced head coaches"
"'Especially coach Steve and coach Manqoba, because coach Rhulani is still young and learning, there other two are well tested with different beliefs on games and some point they will have to implement their philosophies, they also want try new things as they were winning as it easy to do so when things go well."
Ndlovu has advised the three coaches to get back to doing what they did at the start of the campaign.
"Also, the reality is that we have different views, so when it comes to selecting the team it can't always be a choice where you all believe in and we can agree but deep down I know I don't believe in your plan, sometimes it not easy to always hide.
"So I think as defending champions they need to go back to what they were doing at the beginning of the season, they can rebuild next season when they have pre-season, at moment there is no time to rebuild the team because if they keep dropping points someone will capitalise even though I believe there's no team at the moment that can stop them."