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Done deal Kaizer Chiefs sign Mzansi top striker



Done deal Kaizer Chiefs sign Mzansi top striker. Peter Shalulile, a striker for Mamelodi Sundowns, says that the team’s success over the previous two years is due in large part to the players’ dedication to the job.Dusks, led by Shalulile, have jumped out to an early lead and feature the finest roster in the league, surpassing Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates by a wide margin.




Shalulile feels confident in his strategic edge because he always comes prepared.This season, the Namibian striker has already scored 13 goals, which is just one less than his total from all of last season in the DStv Premiership.Shalulile claims that he feels bound to do well for the Sundowns fans since they are so enthusiastic and encouraging.

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“The only thing that matters is how hard you work and how much additional effort you put in. The only real work to be done is done at night, when everyone else is asleep.” Article citing an interview with Shalulile from”What keeps me going is a pure desire to see the team and my teammates succeed. When I see other players make progress, it inspires me to keep working on my own game. No day is easy, but we try our best to succeed.”


The latest PSL transfer rumors suggest a duel between Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs for a Bafana star.A newcomer named Neo Maema has become a valuable ally to Shalulile. All of Maema’s achievements throughout her stint as president have been obliterated thanks to Shalulile.



We’re all connected in some way, but what we’ve been working toward with Maema is merely the result of our efforts to be ready for it. “With so many new players, this season has been intense to say the least.””I tell him, “Whenever you get the ball to your left side foot or right foot, I will [create the spat the space].” This is less a matter of tactic and more of knowing where we are on the field. When it comes to sizing up opponents in the crate, he is without peer.”