Former Bafana Bafana legend Jabu Mahlangu went two-footed in a viral video on Monday, criticising the standard of Premier Soccer League (PSL) football, and blaming Mamelodi Sundowns, who he said hoarded the players in the country.The former Kaizer Chiefs, SuperSport and Orlando Pirates star attacking midfielder pulled no punches in the 2min 20sec video that has already been seen by more than 200 000 viewers on Twitter.Mahlangu was reacting to Saturday's DStv Premiership encounter between Chiefs and Sundowns that the reigning champions and runaway log leaders won 1-0 thanks to Neo Maema's glorious 20th-minute strike.Believe it or Not.
Fact ??What's your take football lovers? pic.twitter.com/xcY6HazjnSREAD | Arthur Zwane ponders hiring striker coach at Kaizer Chiefs as goalscoring stats dwindleThe ex-player, formerly known as Jabu Pule, called for Financial Fair Play to kick into the PSL."Let's talk about this PSL matter quickly.
PSL games are no longer watchable," said Mahlangu."Let me say, for me personally, I'm battling to watch PSL games. The standard of the PSL has dropped too low."We had suggested the idea of having Financial Fair Play in the PSL - any fan obviously wants their team to win all the time - but this thing that's happening now, it means the national team is dead now."Let's tell the truth and stop favouritism but something must be done."Mahlangu said Sundowns vacuuming up the best talents in the country was detrimental to Bafana Bafana's prospects of getting to their former glory."When I looked at the Chiefs versus Sundowns game and looked at the team Sundowns selected and you look at players like (Lesedi) Kapinga, (Mosa) Lebusa, Rivaldo (Coetzee), the list is endless, who are sitting in the stands ...Read more on news24.com