Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Brent Carelse believes that Sirino’s lack of game time of late is not a good sign for the Uruguayan attacker.

Carelse felt that the arrival of Bradley ‘Surprise’ Ralani from Cape Town City could spell the end of Sirino’s time at Chloorkop.

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“I’m not too sure what this means for Sirino, but yes, they will be competing against one another for a position in the starting 11,” Carelse told iDiski Times.

“I’m not too sure as to why he’s not playing, and if it’s a case of he was out and now dropped, and has to work his way back.

“Most of the players playing for Sundowns know you have to be ready at any time and then when you get your chance grab it and stay in the team,” he added.

“Competition is tough for starting berths, so you have to take your opportunity like [Neo] Maema is doing.”

Carelse nonetheless lauded the signing of Ralani, which he feels takes the Mamelodi Sundowns squad to a new level.

“Great signing, he was brilliant for Cape Town City and I hope he does the same for Masandawana,” Carelse added.

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“I think it helps improve the squad when you get players in that they feel will help do that and help one another improve because the competition becomes even tougher.

“It raises the bar, which is always good.”


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