This page shows a detailed summary of the club's current squad. It shows all the personal information about the players, including age, nationality,. It shows all the players' personal information, including age, nationality, contract duration and market value. It also contains a table with the average age, the cumulative market value and the average market value for each player position and in general.
The Sundowns coach, who was spending a lot of money, recruited the services of elite South African players in search of supremacy, and changed his equipment to look like that of the Brazilian national team, which earned them their nickname, the Brazilians. The club was liquidated and the soccer family Angelo and Natasha Tsichlas spoke to the bank and saved the club. The Sundowns Football Club originated around Marabastad, a cosmopolitan area in the northwest of the financial district of Pretoria, in the early 1960s, where it was created by a group of young people who lived in the area. Under the tutelage of Screamer Tshabalala, the Sundowns played an entertaining and effective style of soccer that became known as The Shoe Shine and Piano.
The Sundowns qualified for the continental title for the first time in the 1994 African Cup of Champions Clubs, but lost to AS Vita Club in the second round.
The Mamelodi SundownsFootball Club (known simply as Sundowns) is a South African professional football club based in Mamelodi, Pretoria, in the province of Gauteng, that plays in the Premier Soccer League, the first division of the South African football league system. In 1969, Ingle Jinx Sigh, one of the founding players of Sundowns and later owner of Marabastad Sundowns and Pretoria City (which later became Supersport United), decided to sell the club to Dr. Sundowns.
It is owned by South African business magnate Patrice Motsepe and is one of the most valuable clubs in Africa, by market value. By the end of 1986, the club had won the Mainstay Cup in a 1-0 fight against Jomo Cosmos at Ellis Park and goalkeeper Mark Anderson was chosen Footballer of the Year due to the arrival of new players. That same year, 1985, South African football was the first sport in the country to stop being racial and the National Football League was formed, which incorporated the best clubs in the country, including the Sundowns.