Mmotong: I wish I'd played for Pitso


Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Koketso Mmotong has shared more details about his unsuccessful spell with the club.

Mmotong joined Masandawana during a time when Patrice Motsepe was restructuring the team after taking over from the previous bosses.

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The former Silver Stars winger says a changing of coaches was among the things that affected him.

"I joined Mamelodi Sundowns at the wrong time, when the team was in the process of change as the president was bringing in well-established players," Mmotong tells

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"They were also changing coaches because if I'm not mistaken, we had like four difference coaches – from Gordon Igesund who wanted me to Trott Moloto and other coaches.

"It was not easy because I was used to playing under one coach in Owen Da Gama."

With current coach Pitso Mosimane being the longest-serving in the club's history and enjoying huge success, the 40-year-old wishes he could find a time machine or anti-ageing device.

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"I believe if I played under coach Pitso Mosimane, I would've been a better player and succeeded at Sundowns, because he believes in his players."

See memories of Mmotong in action for Sundowns below...