Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed they were unable to register Ghana goalkeeper Razak Briamah for the ongoing CAF Champions League because his International Transfer Certificate arrived late.
The Brazilians head Coach Pitso Mosimane says the Ghanaian international ITC late arrival makes him ineligible to feature for the PSL champions.
Briamah joined Sundowns last month following his contract termination with Spanish Segunda B side Cordoba FC after Wayne Sandilands left the club for Orlando Pirates.
This means that the 30- year old Goalie has been limited to only play in the domestic competitions as the registration of players for Africa’s premier club competition came to a closure on Friday.
“Brimah’s ITC came late, so Razak is not registered for the Champions League. So he will help Denis [Onyango] in the local programme. We have Thela because we can’t go with two [goalkeepers],” Mosimane told media at the 2017/18 Absa Premiership launch.
“Razak is number one for Ghana. Denis is number one for Uganda. I have to give Razak a chance because Denis misses a lot of games and international games are affecting him, so I will try give Razak a chance.”