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Pitso: Survival of the fittest at Downs

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane acknowledged it’s a case of survival of the fittest at star-studded Brazilians.

Thokozani Sekotlong and George Lebese have been linked with exits from the club in January due to lack of game-time, with the latter reportedly on the radar of Cape Town City and Bidvest Wits.

Mosimane has conceded the competition is fierce at Chloorkop, but says all he can do is reward performance.

“Positions are up for grabs,” Mosimane said.

“You create your own luck. You fight your way in. You fight for your position. It’s not easy. When you are on the outside, when you are on the bench, you need to come in and make a difference. Otherwise everybody takes positions, otherwise you go to the stands.

“You keep yourself in the team. It’s survival of the fittest. It’s a difficult team Mamelodi Sundowns.”

Besides Sekotlong and Lebese, Mogakolodi Ngele is another offensive player that has slipped off the radar and could be on his way out of the Absa Premiership champions next month.

“I know you ask so and so is not playing … Ja, so and so is a good player but it’s a queue,” Mosimane said.

“I know you ask so and so is not playing … Ja, so and so is a good player but it’s a queue,” Mosimane said.

“You must take your chance. If you don’t take your chance, why should I take out a player doing well and scoring?”

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