One thing that is constant in football is change. Players come and go – some at their instance, and some at the instances of their clubs. Either way, it’s a part of the game and one reality that makes it tick. Well, Mamelodi Sundowns striker Peter Shalulile is inching to exit the club as easily as January next year.
As part of the Sundowns team, the striker has not been particularly active on the pitch as the team faces others in the MTN8 and PSL. He is therefore said to be seriously craving an exit. And to drive home his point and force his exit on or before the January transfer window, he had reportedly stopped training with the team.
In the past four fixtures involving Mamelodi Sundowns, the striker had not been featured, which had apparently not gone down well with him. But what could be the reason for this? Head coach Manqoba Mngqithi had initially stated that the Namibian international was being rested. Along the line, though, he had claimed that the club specialist would determine Peter Shalulile’s availability.
According to external sources, though, the player had fought with one of the coaches after the MTN8 first leg against Orlando Pirates.
Well, it looks like January has a lot in store.