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Kudakwashe Mahachi maintains respect for Mamelodi Sundowns despite exit

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ON-LOAN Golden Arrows midfielder Kudakwashe Mahachi says there are no hard feelings towards Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane after being starved game time at Chloorkp.
Mahachi has since shipped to Durban to join the newly promoted outfit on a season-long loan, after the Zimbabwean was not registered by Sundowns for the 2015/16 campaign.
“I am happy that will now get chance and prove myself at Arrows,” Mahachi tells Kickoff.com.
“I have no hard feelings towards anyone at Sundowns, even though I was frustrated by a lack of game time, I understand this is part of football.”
The 22-year-old also maintains respect for Mosimane, who gave him his PSL break.
“I rate Pitso Mosimane as a good coach. He is the person who gave me my break in PSL.
“I will always respect him both as a coach and a person,” he added.
Mahachi started his first training session with Arrows on Friday, after sealing his move from Sundowns on Thursday, and is hoping to win silverware this season.
“I got chance to train and meet my teammates for the first time on Friday. I received warm welcome from everybody.
“It’s now a chance to work hard and hopeful to win something with Arrows,” he concluded.

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