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It is acceptable to make a mistake once, but to make the same mistake twice warrants some serious soul searching.
That is how Harris "TV4" Choeu, Mamelodi Sundowns' team manager, feels after the trauma of watching his expensively assembled side lose two games in a row to Ajax Cape Town.
Choeu, a former Sundowns midfielder, said he would seek an explanation from his charges.
Sundowns were eliminated in the lucrative inaugural Telkom Knockout Cup by the Urban Warriors two weeks ago.
As if that was not enough to stun thousands of disgruntled fans, the Brazilians lost to the same team in a Premiership match last week.
Sundowns host Benoni Premier United in a Premiership game at Super Stadium tomorrow night at 8, and Choeu said he will meet the technical team before the game.
"I'm going to meet the technical staff today to see what the problem was within the team. We have assembled a good side with quality players but they can't deliver," he said.
"We need to assist the technical staff if they tell us what their problems are. The defeats are not good for the image of the club, they don't augur well for us.
"We have disappointed our supporters so we have to start winning from tomorrow."
Choeu added that they need to win their two remaining games before the league goes into recess. The side has no injuries and they have a strong pool of players to select from.
Sunday's fixtures: Golden Arrows v Orlando Pirates (Chatsworth); Kaizer Chiefs v Maritzburg United (Loftus); Bloemfontein Celtic v SuperSport United (Seisa Ramabodu); Moroka Swallows v Santos (Royal Bafokeng); AmaZulu v Black Leopards (Princess Magogo).
December 20: Jomo Cosmos v SuperSport United (Katlehong); Ajax Cape Town v Orlando Pirates (Kimberley); Mamelodi Sundowns v Silver Stars (Super Stadium); Kaizer Chiefs v Santos (Loftus); AmaZulu v Moroka Swallows (Princess Magogo).
l These are the last fixtures for the year.