1. Feutmba: Mamelodi Sundowns not looking to impress Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates  Goal.com
  2. Patrice Motsepe confirms Mamelodi Sundowns players will be paid  KickOff.com
  3. Motsepe: Sundowns ‘will continue to pay salaries whether there is football or no football’  SowetanLIVE
  4. Pitso Mosimane Explains The Role The Supporters Played In Him Signing  Soccer Laduma
  5. Mosimane: I never got distracted by 'offers all the time' to leave Mamelodi Sundowns  Goal.com
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Mamelodi Sundowns boss Patrice Motsepe has assured his players they will get their salaries despite the financial challenges facing some teams due to the coronavirus pandemic.Mamelodi Sundowns boss Patrice Motsepe has assured his players they will get their salaries despite the financial challenges facing some teams due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Patrice Motsepe confirms Mamelodi Sundowns players will be paid

All staff employed by Mamelodi Sundowns will continue to receive their full salaries during the lockdown as a result of the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic that has applied the brakes on all forms of sport in the country.All staff employed by Mamelodi Sundowns will continue to receive their full salaries during the lockdown as a result of the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic that has applied the brakes on all forms of sport in the country.

Motsepe: Sundowns ‘will continue to pay salaries whether there is football or no football’

Mamelodi Sundowns head coach, Pitso Mosimane revealed that the supporters played a big role in him extending his stay at the Chloorkop-based club.Mamelodi Sundowns head coach, Pitso Mosimane revealed that the supporters played a big role in him extending his stay at the Chloorkop-based club.

Pitso Mosimane Explains The Role The Supporters Played In Him Signing

“Breaking: Pitso Mosimane will stay at Mamelodi Sundowns for another four years. https://t.co/RI9OmVW1vC”

Mazola J. Molefe on Twitter: "Breaking: Pitso Mosimane will stay at Mamelodi Sundowns for another four years. https://t.co/RI9OmVW1vC"

“We see you @Masandawana - doing the things that need to be done by sharing fresh, interesting and entertaining content daily! Long live! 🙌🏽”

Chad Kelly-Klate (at 🏠) on Twitter: "We see you @Masandawana - doing the things that need to be done by sharing fresh, interesting and entertaining content daily! Long live! 🙌🏽"

“Two weeks for a "task team" to present a plan to govt. Presumably, a week or so for govt to revert. And who knows how long to act. Optimistically, matches likely in the latter half of June, leaving maybe 5 weeks to finish the league? @Masandawana have 9 games to play🤔 #PSL #SAFA”

Adrian Ephraim on Twitter: "Two weeks for a "task team" to present a plan to govt. Presumably, a week or so for govt to revert. And who knows how long to act. Optimistically, matches likely in the latter half of June, leaving maybe 5 weeks to finish the league? @Masandawana have 9 games to play🤔 #PSL #SAFA"

Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe revealed the club would continue to pay the salaries of all of its staff in full regardless of if football is played or not.Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe revealed the club would continue to pay the salaries of all of its staff in full regardless of if football is played or not.

Motsepe commits to paying Sundowns salaries in full | Sport24

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane declined a handful of offers before extending his stay with the Brazilians by four years.Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane declined a handful of offers before extending his stay with the Brazilians by four years.