Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Rivaldo Coetzee has reflected on the season passed and noted that the success they’ve enjoyed is something many players only dream of.

Sundowns bagged a domestic treble, winning the MTN8, DStv Premiership and Nedbank Cup to complete a clean sweep of trophies on the PSL scene in 2021/22.

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The 25-year-old arrived in Chloorkop ahead of the 2017/18 season and has not finished a season without silverware, with the Brazilians having completed a quintuple since then.

However, his personal campaign was not one to cherish as he was limited to just 20 starts from a total of 49 matches across all competitions.

“For me, personally, it wasn’t one of my best seasons. I started off the season well but I think towards the middle of the season, just before my injury, the performance dropped a little bit for me and that’s how I feel,” Coetzee told the club’s official website.

“But obviously scoring a goal is always something that you want to do for your team and, lucky for me, I could get one goal this season.

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“For the club as a whole, I think winning the treble is indescribable, not a lot of players have the opportunity to achieve that. Some guys may even play longer than you in the PSL but they don’t have the opportunity that we now have of celebrating a treble.

“I think credit must go to the team, it’s been a long, tough season but we stuck it out and managed to come back home with three domestic trophies.”

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