Mamelodi Sundowns Coach Rulani Mokwena Teased by Teko Modise, Happy Jele and DJ Naves About 'Hot' Photo

Mamelodi Sundowns Coach Rulani Mokwena Teased by Teko Modise, Happy Jele and DJ Naves About 'Hot' Photo

  • Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena is currently the talk of the town
  • He was seen in a racy photo which set tongues wagging and raised temperatures under the collar
  • However, this also resulted in humorous takes regarding Mokwena's taste among former colleagues

Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Rulani Mokwena made sure that he is an option in the modelling world.

The 35-year-old Mokwena shared on his Instagram account a picture of himself bare-chested while donning a stylish jacket. This was part of a photo shoot for Nounouche magazine.

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Teko Modise, Rulani Mokwena and Happy Jele have been in stylish form lately. Image source: therealtekomodise, coach_rulani & happyjele04
Source: Instagram

Naturally, he had to take his lumps together with the praise that came his way.

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Former footballer Teko Modise responded:

"Chest out

Orlando Pirates legend Happy Jele piled in, also saying:

"Chest out "

Musician DJ Naves joked:


Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena sets hearts racing with a saucy photo

Rulani Mokwena can fall back on modelling if the Beautiful Game does not work out.

The highly successful Mamelodi Sundowns coach was seen in photos that will send the hearts of his possible suitors racing.

This was part of a photoshoot by the up-and-coming magazine Nounouche.

Mokwena was in flambouyant form donning "rocking black and purple fits with his chest out, a throwback to American pop legend Prince in his heyday".

Qatar 2022 World Cup: Former Bafana Bafana captain Teko Modise predicts which African team will go furthest

The African teams have had a mixed start to proceedings at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Senegal has already lost and won a match; Tunisia and Morocco drew their first encounters, Ghana was defeated, and Cameroon was disappointing in their loss.

Former Bafana Bafana captain Teko Modise shared his thoughts about their possible fortunes in Qatar.

Speaking exclusively to Sports Brief, Modise said:

"I think two African teams will get out of their groups. Senegal and Morocco. Morocco will go furthest because Senegal lost Sadio Mane."

Since publication, his prediction has been proven correct. Senegal was eventually knocked out by England in the Round of 16.

Staggeringly, Morocco is now preparing to take on France in the second semifinal, the very first time an African nation has gone this far in the competition's history.

Source: Sports Brief News