Mamelodi Sundowns set to camp in Tanzania

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Tshwane giants are reportedly set to hold a training camp in Tanzania as they prepare for a hectic second round of the season

According to Times Media, PSL champions Mamelodi Sundowns are set to hold a training camp in Tanzania.

The current Caf Champions League champions are set for an arduous campaign.

They will attempt to balance continental commitments along with their highly congested domestic campaign.

Pitso Mosimane’s chargers are currently undergoing a rigorous training camp in Rustenburg.

Although, not much has been divulged with regards to their camp in Tanzania, the Tshwane club would surely use the experience as they look to defend their Caf title.

The seven-time PSL champions have been forced to play catch up for most of the current 2016/17 season.

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Their sensational exploits on the continent has come at a cost and will see the club play 34 matches in less than 20 weeks of the remaining campaign.

Sundowns have already had a request to postpone their league clash against Chippa United rejected.

The Brazilians were looking to concentrate on their massive Caf Super Cup encounter against DRC giants TP Mazembe.

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