Pitso Mosimane (Gallo Photos)
Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane is worked as a lot as welcome teen Malebogo “Bale” Modise to the first personnel and believes he suits the left-support mold completely.
Modise turned into promoted to the first personnel this week, after coming by the enchancment academy, and has signed a five-12 months contract with Masandawana.
Mosimane reckons the 21-12 months-mature has all of the tools he needs to effort the likes of Tebogo Langerman and Lyle Lakay at left-support.
“We introduced in Malebogo Modise, or ‘Bale’ as they name him. He plays as a winger, left-support, left-wing. He’s inconspicuous to convert from left-wing to left-support because he has quality and a truly appropriate left foot,” acknowledged Mosimane, as quoted by KickOff. “He’s bought tear, he’s bought height. He likes to play by going up and down the perimeters. He plays centre-support also because in case you play centre-support it design you realize how one can defend. At the same time as you play left-support it design you also know the design one can defend and it design you realize how one can assault.
“For the reason that quality and the characteristics of our paunchy-backs at Sundowns is Tebogo Langerman, Thapelo Morena, those are the characteristics, Lyle Lakay, you realize, those paunchy-backs who overlap. So Bale suits in that predicament.
“Bale is young, he’s performed in the below-20 on the World Cup and below-23, and he’s been fragment of the below-17 World Cup also. So it is the amazing-attempting time to bring him over.”
– TEAMtalk media