SA Footballers Break Barriers on the International Stage

by | Oct 4, 2020

Banyana Banyana’s international footballers, Rhoda Mulaudzi, Bambanani Mbane and Lebogang Ramalepe are proudly flying the South African flag on the international stage winning the Belarus Women’s Championship with FC Dinamo Minsk on Saturday, 3 October 2020.

This championship title is Mulaudzi’s second for the year as she previously won the inaugural SAFA National Women’s League with Mamelodi Sundowns.

Speaking to gsport, Mulaudzi expressed her excitement as she topped off the evening winning the Fan Choice Awards Player of the Year.

“Firstly, I would like to thank the Almighty God for my talent!” Mulaudzi revealed to gsport.

“This means so much to me winning championships in two different countries, one cup, two awards, all in one year without a loss.

“The year isn’t over yet and I didn’t think I would achieve so many milestones.

“I am truly thankful to God and everyone who has been supporting since the beginning of my football career.”

Speaking on playing with Mbane and Ramalepe, she says: “Playing with Bambanani and Lebo has been a fruitful journey as we continue to showcase our talents and build our sisterhood.”

With her football career soaring on the international stage, Mulaudzi is hoping for more success for her and her teammates.

“I do not have any regrets, this journey came at the correct time in my life and all I hope is for greater things going forward for Lebo, Bambanani and myself,” she concluded.



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