Banyana striker’s unpleasant stay in Belarus
Banyana Banyana and Mamelodi Sundowns women’s striker Rhoda Mulaudzi has revealed that her time in Belarus with Dinamo Minsk was not pleasant after spending only one season with the club.
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The Limpopo-born striker joined the Belarusian squad last year in August after a successful campaign with the Downs Women in the Safa National Women’s League (now known as the Hollywoodbets Super League).
However, Mulaudzi says she grew up as a player at the club, where she was later joined by teammate Banyana Lebogang Ramalepe, who still plays for the club while Mulaudzi returned to the Pretoria squad at the start of this season. year.
“In football, I have improved technically. Usually I play as a striker, and in Belarus I came to play as a winger, so I became a better all-around player. But life outside of football was not pleasant. The language was a big problem. It was hard to grasp even though I did my best to learn, ”said the women’s Downs forward.
“I understand football better and I am able to use my skills and strength with my brain. I am better able to anticipate a teammate’s next move and have become a team player rather than playing for myself.
Having recently played in the Caf Women’s Champions League and won the tournament, Mulaudzi and her Banyana Ba Style teammates faced some of the continent’s top women’s football teams and players.
But if there is one player who has caught his eye, it’s Moroccan international and Asfar’s women’s midfielder Fatima Tagnout, and Mulaudzi believes the Moroccan midfielder would be a great buy for Downs.
“She’s fast, smart, skillful and can dribble. Her passing ability also makes her an excellent team player and she would bring a lot of positivity, especially with her offense.