Neeskens says he will resign if he wins nothing again
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johann Neeskens
Neskeens and his side were bridesmaids of the 2011/12 season as they had witnessed two trophies snatched from right under their noses in the dying stages of the PSL season.
The Brazilians lost a seven point lead at the midway point of the season and ultimately finished fourth on the log standings whilst they also suffered a 2-0 defeat to Tshwane rivals SuperSport United in the Nedbank Cup final.
The Brazilians have not won any silverware in nearly five seasons.
“There are many chances that we have created in a lot of games that we have played and we did not score.
“If you want to be on the top of the league standings then you have to bury all the chances you create. If you don’t score any goals then you not going to win.
“In the match against Chiefs this weekend we had four or five opportunities and we buried all of those opportunities whilst in other matches we would have created loads of chances without scoring one of them.
“If I don’t win anything this season perhaps I will step aside at the end of the season,” concluded the ‘Downs coach.