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Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena had refused to comment on the latest reports regarding misbehaving by his players Sipho Mbule and Andile Jali.

TimesLIVE reported on Thursday morning that the pair recently got in trouble at the club after arriving at training drunk. These are not the first reports about their off field behavior within the PSL circles

ALSO READ: Mbule and Jali allegedly arrive drunk at Sundowns training – report 

The club has never come out to issue a statement on the issue. But following the 3-1 Nedbank Cup win against Marumo Gallants on Thursday, Mokwena was asked about the incident.

RULANI MOKWENA ON ANDILE JALI AND SIPHO MBULE

“Well, I have said you look for negatives from me I don’t have. I will never speak negatively about my players, never ever. So, I have no comment on that,” that’s all Mokwena had to say about the matter.

ON MAMELODI SUNDOWNS EVERGREEN PETER SHALULILE SCORING A HATTRICK

“Peter has been scoring. He scored in Cairo, so we are proud of the efforts of the players. Everyone is giving his best commitment and the best they can in terms of the football club.”

ALSO READ: Shalulile fires Sundowns to Nedbank quarterfinals 

MASSIVE RESPECT FOR BLOEMFONTEIN CELTIC SUPPORTERS

Mokwena also paid tribute to the Bloemfontein Celtic supporters who came out in numbers to watch the match. The Celtic fans were rallying behind Marumo Gallants who are reportedly on the verge of moving to Free State as of next season.

“It’s nice to see the Siwelele fans. It’s nice to see that they still have their jerseys, it looks very good from the outside. It’s a province that deserves to have a football club.

ALSO READ: Limpopo club Marumo Gallants to relocate to Mangaung 

“It’s a province that loves football, you can see how passionate and vibrant they are. How positive they are to support football. So, it’s positive you know.”

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