Caf Champions League & Mamelodi Sundowns

The CAF Champions League is an annual international club football competition run by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. 5.0/5

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Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Teko Modise has reiterated the clubs desire to win the MTN8 and Caf Champions League...
Football can be cruel some times! Within four days, Mamelodi Sundowns have dumped out of Caf Champions League&the Nedbank Cup!
Mamelodi Sundowns can still advance into next stage of Caf Champions League.
Khama Billiat did warn Mamelodi Sundowns about Chicken Inn . "They are the league champions in Zimbabwe"
MAMELODI Sundowns have warned DR Congo club TP Mazembe to come prepared ahead of their Caf Champions League tie...
Player of the week May 28, 2014 in Soccer, Sport AFTER the completion of Match Day Nine of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League on Monday, Highlanders attacking midfielder Charles Sibanda can simply lay claim to having settled well into the Bulawayo giants’ line-up. SPORTS REPORTER charles-sibanda Sibanda has seen duty at Hwange, won the league title with Motor Action in 2010 and was crowned Soccer Star of the Year and played in the Caf Champions League with FC Platinum in 2012 under Rahman Gumbo. On Sunday, the Entumbane-born star scored twice as Highlanders thumped Buffaloes 3-1 at Sakubva Stadium to reclaim pole position. His third crack at goal was diverted into the nets by Buffaloes defender Liberty Chakoroma. It has been a slow start for Sibanda at Bosso, mainly because of being overshadowed by poster boy and Mamelodi Sundowns-bound Kuda Mahachi. But he took advantage of Mahachi’s absence to show his coach Kelvin Kaindu what made him the best player in Zimbabwe in 2010. Mahachi will be leaving ...
Share & Rate this article Share on email Email Multimedia Police detonate explosive device in Durban suburb Related Stories Supporting West Ham has little going for it 13.5.2014 Mashego says Sundowns can go all the way in Africa 13.5.2014 Pirates ready to embrace Africa 13.5.2014 Santos seeks World Cup farewell gift for Greeks 13.5.2014 Enyeama makes history as he wins Africa player of Ligue 1 award 12.5.2014 Amakhosi finished only their second barren season in the club’s history with 28 players, a small squad that Khune admits coach Stuart Baxter told management he preferred. That squad had looked good to defend the Premiership and Nedbank Cup double they won in Baxter’s first season with the club. But their implosion in the final stretch saw the club relinquish the Premiership to Mamelodi Sundowns, get knocked out the Caf Champions League in the second round, fail to reach the group stages of the Confederation Cup and Nedbank Cup final in the space of just two months. “To be honest, I am not going ...
Mamelodi Sundowns return to their fortress when they host Soweto giants Orlando Pirates in a league clash at Loftus Versfeld on Tuesday night, as they look to close the gap on log-leading Kaizer Chiefs. Chiefs, who lead the Brazilians by nine points, will be involved in a Caf Champions League fixture next weekend and will not be involved on the local scene, allowing Sundowns the opportunity of narrowing the deficit and playing one of their two games in hand over the Amakhosi. Sundowns have only lost a single game at home this season, against Chiefs, and will look to add three more points to their 20 points out of a possible 27 at Loftus. The Pretoria outfit head into the clash on the back of a league and Nedbank Cup double over Ajax Cape Town last week and are looking for a fourth consecutive Premiership win. Pirates, meanwhile, survived a serious scare over the weekend, as they were pushed all the way into a penalty shootout by NFD outfit Thanda Royal Zulu in Richards Bay. The Buccaneers eventually went ...
Orlando Pirates will be looking to register their third successive PSL win when they lock horns with Mamelodi Sundowns at the Orlando Stadium on Saturday night. The Buccaneers edged Bidvest Wits 2-1 in a midweek clash -- their first win under caretaker coach Eric Tinkler following the resignation of Roger de Sa a week ago. Tinkler will be chasing a second win, which would keep the Sea Robbers in the hunt for a top-four finish, as they continue to play catch-up in the league after Caf Champions League commitments last year. However, the Soweto giants will be without their influential midfielder Thandani Ntshumayelo, who has been ruled out due to suspension.
LOCAL Himoonde Joins Sundowns The Siya crew has heard that Mamelodi Sundowns have finally got their man in Zambian defender Hichani Himoonde. According to reports coming from Zambia, the Chloorkop-based side has concluded negotiations with the player’s club and he is now on his way to South Africa. Sundowns have been known to be big admirers of the player for some time now, having watched him on a number of times during the course of last year. The 27-year-old will link up with countrymen Kennedy Mweene and Mukuka Mulenga. Himoonde has played has spent the majority of his football career in Zambia, but has recently been playing for Democratic Republic of Congo club TP Mazembe. He has not been included in the club's list of players for the 2014 Caf Champions League. Although at this stage contractual details are sketchy, it has been mentioned that he could be loaned out to Golden Arrows for the rest of this season and start his Sundowns career next season. Himoonde has played in the 2008, 2010, 2012 and ...
DE SA: JALI’S GOING NOWHERE Published: Thursday, 2014/01/16 Orlando Pirates head coach Roger de Sa has stuck to his guns over star midfielder Andile Jali. Jali, along with Oupa Manyisa was the backbone of Bucs engineroom in reaching three cup finals in 2013. There has been speculation that Jali would be tempted to jump ship and join big spending Mamelodi Sundowns in the January transfer window. But stated De Sa: “Jali is in. He’s never been out. As far as I know he is staying. But his contract is handled by our management and they are dealing with it.” Meanwhile it’s all system go for the Buccaneers first Absa Premiership fixture of 2014 when they host SuperSport United at Orlando Stadium on Saturday (3.30pm). Said De Sa: “We’ve had a much needed break after four months of really hard work playing in the Caf Champions League and getting to two domestic cup finals. The rest (over Christmas and New Year) has done us good.” Bucs warmed up on Tuesday with a mini tournament at Bloch Park, Mayfa ...
Mphela has agreed to a three-year deal with Chiefs which will begin in July 2014, but Killer could be moving to Naturena sooner than that if Sundowns agree to sell now Kaizer Chiefs are close to winning the race to sign Mamelodi Sundowns striker Katlego Mphela now. He's already signed a pre-contract with Chiefs, but the AmaKhosi would want to use his services for the Caf Champions League sooner. Mphela has agreed to join AmaKhosi now, but it is up to his current club, Sundowns, to decide whether to let him go at the end of the season only. 'Killer', as Mphela is affectionately known in the football fraternity, made his intentions very clear that he wants out of Sundowns when his contract expires in June this year. And despite a number of overseas- based clubs interested in his services, the 29-year-old has decided to remain in the PSL to boost his chances of returning to the national team. Mphela is seen as a replacement for want-away Lehlohonolo Majoro who has recently snubbed a move to SuperSport United ...
Bafana Bafan coach, Gordon Igesund named a strong squad for the tournament, but did not name any Orlando Pirates players, due to their local Premier Soccer League (PSL) commitments, as they look to catch up fixtures that were previously postponed due to the Soweto club's participation in the Caf Champions League. Instead, Igesund named a host of Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns stars, as well as a handful of Platinum Stars players. However, the AmaKhosi selected players have been withdrawn. According to Kaizer Chiefs manager Bobby Motaung, this is because the Chan tournament is not a FIFA-sanctioned event and that they are not obliged to release their players. Our phone topic today we ask - what do you make of this?
What did Khune and Shabba do? Give that award to Senzo - Masinga Former Bafana Bafana and Mamelodi Sundowns striker Phil “Chippa” Masinga has told Goal that he would prefer Senzo Meyiwa to win the Goal South Africa Player of the Year award. He believes that Meyiwa’s performances this year, especially in the Caf Champions League, makes him the favourite to win the award. “All the players have done well this year, but I think it’s different with Pienaar because he had a few injuries this year which for me rules him out of the race,” he said. “So, I think Senzo Meyiwa deserves the award based on his team’s fine form in the Caf Champions League, and how he played during the tournament itself,” added Masinga. Your say?
Khune Gaxa, Mashamaite, Gould, Masilela Tshabalala, Katsande, Yeye, Lebese Parker, Nkhatha Orlando Pirates Meyiwa Jele, Mahamutsa, Gcaba, Matlaba Myeni, Klate, Manyisa, Jali, Segolela Bacela Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates will meet in the third Soweto Derby of the 2013-2014 season on Saturday, when the two giants of South African football renew their rivalry in a PSL clash at Soccer City. AmaKhosi will be without Knowledge Musona for the all-important derby, due to a shoulder injury sustained by the star striker in the Telkom Knockout. However, Stuart Baxter will be able to call on the services of midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala after the player was passed fit on Thursday. Chiefs currently sit in fourth place on the PSL standings and will target a win against their greatest rivals in order to match Mamelodi Sundowns on 14 points at the summit of the table. Pirates' PSL season is still in its infancy, as the club has only played two league matches this season, due to their Caf Champions League commitments ...
2013 4:45:00 PM The former Ghana Premier League top scorer has made a return to the domestic front signing for the Miners Former Ghana Premier League top scorer Emmanuel Baffour has signed for Ashantigold after being shown the exit by Mamelodi Sundowns. The 24-year-old ex-Edubiase FC attacker is joining the former Caf Champions League runners-up as replacement for striker Yakubu Mohammed, who moved to Maritzburg during the summer. “We identified a weakness in our attacking department and this led to our decision to bring in Emmanuel Baffour. We are relying on his experience to improve the club’s goal count in the league this season,” AshGold CEO Kudjoe Fianoo told Accra-based Live FM . Baffour, who was groomed at Liberty Professionals and Tema Youth, emerged the top scorer in the Ghana league for the 2011-12 season where he banged in 21 goals for New Edubiase. He made a $400,000 move to PSL Side Sundowns but failed to impress making only two appearances. Baffour set for Ghana return to relaunch aili ...
Orlando Pirates bid for Billiat t ZIMBABWE WARRIORS star Khama Billiat has emerged as a surprise target for South African giants Orlando Pirates, who have officially made their offer for the Ajax Cape Town midfielder. — Soccer Laduma/Kick Off Pirates join Mamelodi Sundowns in their quest for the Zimbabwe star as they seek to build formidable sides for the 2013/2014 Absa Premiership campaign. Pirates are also taking part in the group stages of the Caf Champions League and are allowed to register new players, hence their intentions in making sure that Billiat joins fellow Zimbabwean Takesure Chinyama at the Soweto giants. Soccer Laduma reported yesterday that Billiat has got one year left to run on his contract with Ajax and the club has to make a decision on whether they will keep a hold on him or cash in on his sale. However, with Mabhuti Khenyeza’s 12-month ban from all football activities under the auspices of the PSL, the Cape side may be reluctant to sell Billiat. Another Zimbabwean, Chippa United ...
LIMPING DEMBARE FACE SUNDOWNS DYNAMOS’ Caf Champions League preparedness comes under the spotlight tomorrow afternoon when they square up against South African football giants Mamelodi Sundowns at Gwanzura Stadium. Report by Henry Mhara The road has been rocky, to say the least. Denver Mukamba, Rodreck Mutuma and Simba Sithole are gone. There has been no training in Kariba as planned and striker Francesco Zvikumbawire has not been paid for to start his tenure at the league champions. The league champions have played three preparatory matches so far ahead of their Champions League preliminary home clash against Lesotho’s Correctional Service in two weeks’ time. They beat Division One side Mushowani Stars 4-1 before playing a goalless draw against Premiership newcomers Tripple B last Sunday. On Thursday, Dynamos overcame fellow Premiership side Black Mambas 3-1 at Morris Depot, but all these teams have not been typical African Safari opposition, honestly speaking. The biggest crisis at Dynamos current ...
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