Khuliso Mudau is a talented and passionate soccer player who has risen from the lower ranks of South African football to the top level. He was born on 26 April 1995 in Musina, Limpopo.
He started playing soccer at a young age and joined JDR Stars, a local club in his hometown. He then moved to Magesi, another first division club, where he impressed with his skills and versatility. He can play as a right-back or a midfielder.
In 2017, he joined Black Leopards, a premier division club, where he became a regular starter and a fan favorite. He helped the club avoid relegation and scored some crucial goals. He also earned his first national team call-up in 2019, making his debut against Mali in the Nelson Mandela Challenge.
Khuliso Mudau cries in his mother’s arms at the stadium yesterday.
What a player 🙌🏾 pic.twitter.com/Eq3N3maZos
— Football SA (@SAFootClassics) November 13, 2023
In 2020, he signed a five-year contract with Mamelodi Sundowns, one of the most successful clubs in South Africa and Africa. He joined the club as a replacement for Anele Ngcongca, who tragically died in a car accident.
He quickly adapted to the club’s style of play and became a key member of the squad. He won the African Football League with Sundowns in 2021, an emotional moment for him and his family. He cried in his mother’s arms at the stadium, saying he wanted to make his parents and fans proud.