Pitso Mosimane would like to see Mamelodi Sundowns return to his spiritual home at HM Pitje Stadium.
The Brazilians have not played in Mamelodi for many years and Mosimane believes that returning to the site will create a slaughterhouse in which the club is afraid of team visits, especially in the Caf Champions League.
Sundowns always play against threatening crowds across the continent of the Champions League duty, especially in North Africa against clubs such as Al Ahly, Wydad Casablanca, ES Sétif and Zamalek, as well as TP Mazembe in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
"We will be happy to play in Mamelodi, this will be a slaughterhouse," Mosimane said.
"You saw what happened in our last game against" Free Stars "in Gobl Park – as if we were playing at home. Imagine if we had about 15,000 seats near fans in Mamelodi, similar to what TP Mazembe has in Lumbumbashi.
"Not many people will come out of this stadium [unscathed]And if you look at Dr Petrus Molemela Stadium in Bloemfontein, it's not easy to play there. So "we definitely love to play there".