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BILLIONAIRE owner of Mamelodi Sundowns Patrice Motsepe still harbours hopes of seeing his Brazilians conquering South African and continental football.
The mining magnate believes his expensively assembled outfit could achieve this goal in the next three years.
Downs failed to meet a similar goal before.
"Our dream of being the dominant club in African football is still alive but there is still a long way to go. However, we would like to realise this dream in the next three years.
"This goal is attainable," Motsepe said.
Motsepe also said he fully backed the reappointment of Bafana Bafana coach Carlos Alberto Parreira.
"He is a world-class coach who has won the World Cup and I'm very optimistic that he will do well," he said.
"As far as our World Cup group is concerned, I'm confident we'll do well because we have the talent and skill.
"All of us should rally behind Bafana and give them our unwavering support."
Regarding the Safa elections that saw Kirsten Nematandani ascend to the highest football office in the country, Motsepe said it would be in the best interests of football if everyone pulled in the same direction.