Mamelodi Sundowns & Bobby Motaung

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Mamelodi Sundowns Bobby Motaung Kaizer Chiefs Edward Manqele Katlego Mphela Orlando Pirates Knowledge Musona Glamour Boys George Maluleka Lehlohonolo Majoro Gordon Igesund Tsepo Masilela Platinum Stars Moroka Swallows Morgan Gould George Lebese Itumeleng Khune

From Kaizer Chips To Mamelodi SignCows - Crazy Names Given By Fans Pitso Mosimoney (Pitso Mosimane) Bobsteak (Bobby Motaung) Kingston NCowta (Kingston Nkhatha) Bernard ParCow (Bernard Parker) Hlompho KeCowna (Hlompho Kekana) Lennox Cowcela (Lennox Bacela) Mamelodi Signdowns, Mamelodi SignCows, The Cowzilians, Sunflops (Mamelodi Sundowns) Kaizer Chips, Cowser Chiefs, AmaCowsi, Natzoorena, Zebra’s (Kaizer Chiefs) Orlando Pirats, Rats, BuCownears (Orlando Pirates) These are but some of the most hilarious names fans have branded clubs and players, can you think of any other names? ••• BOLD is what we have become, and GLAMOUR is a prerequisite
Kaizer Chiefs will be looking at returning to lifting the trophies during the 2014/15 PSL League season following the 2013/14 season where they finished second in the league, and reaching the semifinals of all competitions. The Club has revealed their intentions for the upcoming season at a Press Conference held at the Club Headquarters on Wednesday morning. Represented by the Football Manager Bobby Motaung, Marketing Director Jessica Motaung and Coach Stuart Baxter, the Club described their plans as follows: Jessica Motaung, “Welcome to The Village after a thrilling World Cup in Brazil. We are living in interesting times at Kaizer Chiefs in terms of the developments taking place. We are looking forward to a great season after luck was not on our side last season.” Bobby Motaung: “Welcome once more and good to have you at The Village. We are looking forward to interacting with you today and throughout the season. As introduction from the Club we wish to state that different Clubs operate differently ...
AmaKhosi fans are expecting to see new players next season, and Motaung highlighted that the club already know their targets for the new season Kaizer Chiefs Football Manager Bobby Motaung has confirmed that the club could reveal their targets for this winter transfer window by next week. The Soweto giants have played their cards close to their chest recently, with Knowledge Musona the only player they've publicly shown interest in. Speaking on Metro FM on Friday night, Motaung said AmaKhosi fans shouldn't expect big name players next season, as the technical team wants to promote a few young players from their development. The Naturena outfit wanted to sign Mamelodi Sundowns striker Edward Manqele at the beginning of the year, but they haven't returned with a fresh bid. Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter said that they will be focusing on reinforcing their front line with two or three new faces to try and challenge for honours next season. AmaKhosi have Kingston Nkhatha, Katlego Mphela, Mathew Rusike and Bernard ...
WICH TEAM WILL HE JOIN CHIEFS OR SUNDOWNS? Musona’s future to be known this week Posted: 2 June 2014 Time: 12:27 pm Print this article Kaizer Chiefs Football Manager Bobby Motaung tells KickOff.com that the club will shed some light on Knowledge Musona’s future some time this week. Motaung was in Germany recently to discuss the striker’s future with his club Hoffenheim. “We will make some announcements this week, including the issue about Musona,” he says. Musona was on a season-long loan from Hoffenheim and the Zimbabwean said recently that he is happy to stay on at Chiefs, provided he doesn’t get an opportunity in Europe. Mamelodi Sundowns were also linked with Musona, but the 23-year-old maintained he will not join the Brazilians.
Lol lol lol lol lol Bobby Motaung dumela ! Knowledge Musona dumela ! Mamelodi Sundowns dumela Lol I wonder next wo is goin to socre 4 em machipz lol
iefs mum on Musona deal 2014-05-13 11:11 Johannesburg - Kaizer Chiefs media and corporate communications manager, Vina Maphosa, says the club will not discuss player movement before the current season has officially ended. This follows recent speculation linking striker, Knowledge Musona, with a possible move to newly crowned Absa Premiership champions, Mamelodi Sundowns. The Zimbabwean international is currently on loan from German Bundesliga side, 1899 Hoffenheim. The deal is set to elapse at the end of June and it is not yet clear if the "Silent Assassin" will return to Europe or remain with the Phefeni Glamour Boys. "At the moment we cannot talk about the player movement because the season is still on," Maphosa told Sport24 in an exclusive interview. "The season has not officially ended as we speak. The season will end officially this coming Saturday after the Nedbank Cup. "We can only talk about that next week but I will have to first talk to the Football Manager of the team (Bobby Motaung) and hear ...
'Chiefs will bounce back next season' - Motaung Published: Tuesday, 2014/05/13 Kaizer Chiefs will bounce back next season. That was the view of Amakhosi Football Manager Bobby Motaung. Speaking yesterday in the aftermath of losing both the Absa Premiership and Nedbank Cup titles this season, Motaung promised their fans that Chiefs would regroup ahead of next season. Motaung was also one of the first to congratulate new champions Mamelodi Sundowns, who pushed Chiefs into second place and won the championship with 65 points - two better than defending champs Amakhosi. Said Motaung: “I wish Sundowns all the best.” The Chiefs boss said they were not emotional after losing out on silverware this term. Said Motaung: “We will sit down with the coaches and analyse the season thoroughly. We will regroup, revisit and come up with solutions. “We lost the league by two points. It was not a bad season but in the end we did not have a trophy and that was disappointing. But I must commend my players, who did re ...
Pirates refused to pay R1-million for Major, while Chiefs paid R700 000 for Killer Chiefs general manager Bobby Motaung confirmed to Sunday World that the club paid R700 000 to Mamelodi Sundowns to compensate the club for Mphela moving to Naturena six months before the end of the contract with them. Meanwhile, Sunday World understands that Pirates were not prepared to pay more than R500 000 as a compensation fee to Chiefs after finding out this was the amount Mpumalanga Black Aces would have paid had they secured him on a loan deal last month. Highly placed insider Pirates elected to pull out of negotiations when Chiefs demanded R1-million compensation for Majoro, instead of R500 000 that was on the table when it was thought the player would go to Aces. Thoughts? Was R1-million demand from Chiefs too much? Did Chiefs pay too much/little to secure Mphela's early release.
Mphela hasn't seen much game time under Pitso Mosimane this season, and Motaung wants the player to join AmaKhosi before the end of the transfer window tomorrow (Friday) Mamelodi Sundowns chief scout Trott Moloto has reacted angrily to reports that Kaizer Chiefs Football Manager Bobby Motaung wants to engage with President Patrice Motsepe regarding Katlego Mphela's early release to Naturena. Mphela signed a pre-contract with AmaKhosi earlier this month, but the Soweto giants made their intentions clear that they want to have 'Killer' now by engaging with Sundowns. "I do not understand why Bobby keeps going to the media and saying that he wants to speak to Mr Motsepe. Bobby and I have been talking about players," Moloto told the club website
Trott Moloto says Bobby Motaung has crossed the line regarding the transfer of Katlego Mphela.
When Chiefs Football Manager Bobby Motaung officially unveild the club's new signing George Maluleka,he presented him with jersey number 12 and told him, "this is a special number".Before he moved to Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns were said to be keen on Maluleka, but the player said he opted to Chiefs. " I think the style of play and the environment here at Chiefs suited me more than i thought it would at Sundowns," he said. Sundowns is a good team as well, but at this moment of my career, I thought joining Chiefs was best fo me." Wish you all the best boy.
Chiefs upset over Khune communication Kaizer Chiefs will only make a call on the availability of Itumeleng Khune for Thursday’s crunch tie against Mamelodi Sundowns once they have made their own assessment of his injury. ‘Spiderkid’ sat out Bafana Bafana’s defeat to Nigeria on Sunday evening with an ankle injury, and Chiefs have complained that the poor communication from the national team has left them in the dark. “We haven’t received anything official from Bafana Bafana in terms of Khune’s injury,” Amakhosi Football Manager Bobby Motaung says. “However, I know that Gordon might have already called the coach to inform him that Khune is injured and the coach requested more information in terms of scans and all, but there has been no response.” But Stuart Baxter says he is also in the dark about details, despite speaking to both Khune and Bafana coach Gordon Igesund. “I am not certain if Khune is available or not. Our doctor spoke to their doctor, but it is very difficult from such a ...
Transfer news coming from Kaizer Chiefs is that Bobby Motaung and the club's management are in negotiations with Mamelodi Sundowns to allow Katlego Mphela to join the club now in January, rather than wait until the opening of the next transfer window. Mphela has signed a three year deal with the Glamour Boys and will no doubt not want to spend the next six months training on his own at Chloorkop. He will eventually join another new signing, George Maluleka, who has penned a three year deal after leaving Supersport United. Speaking to Chiefs' official website, Motaung, confirmed the news that the club were actively trying to get Mphela released earlier from Downs. He said, "Mphela is scheduled to start his journey as a Glamour Boy from July 2014. The Bafana Bafana International has his contract running out at Mamelodi Sundowns in June 2014. We are engaging with Sundowns to bring the player to Naturena during the window period.” The club have also confirmed they have extended the deals of Eric Mathoho, Wi ...
What a disgrace to South Africa,a plan of Bobby Motaung of keeping Khune away pretending as if he's sick so that Bafana will be defeated by Nigeria so Khune will be in a match of Kaizer Chiefs vs Mamelodi Sundowns on thursday.well planned
Bobby Motaung says want-away striker Lehlohonolo Majoro must honour his contract with Kaizer Chiefs. Lehlohonolo Majoro has turned down a move to Supersport United as he holds out for a transfer to Orlando Pirates. Stuttgart, who are in Cape Town, are open to having Bafana's Itumeleng Khune on trial with the club. Chiefs insist they are not interested in Luyolo Nomandela, leaving Downs as the only interested party. Kaizer Chiefs left-back Tsepo Masilela has signed a new contract with the club which will keep him at Naturena until 30 June 2016. Chiefs have accepted an offer for fullback Keegan Ritchie from SK Slavia Prague of Czech. Kaizer Chiefs have signed striker Katlego Mphela on a pre-contract from Mamelodi Sundowns. George Maluleka expresses his delight at joining Kaizer Chiefs from Supersport United. Chiefs midfielder George Lebese could join Mamelodi Sundowns in a swap deal involving striker Edward Manqele. Kaizer Chiefs are in discussion with Mamelodi Sundowns as they try to secure an early releas ...
With Kaizer Chiefs, Supersport United, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns battling to Bring Robert Nga'mbi into their books. Our Crew can now confirm that is only Kaizer Chiefs that made a formal approach on the Platinum Stars Player. Bobby Motaung released a statement that, "I'm fully aware that Robert Nga'mbi is in a high-damand peak by the other Teams, well Baxter and I we've been monitoring Nga'bi for quite a long now and we met with the Player and his agent recently. Our Crew can also confirm that the Meeting between Nga'mbi and Bobby didn't go according to plan as expected. Nga'mbi turned down Kaizer Chiefs offer and released a statement in his Official Team website, "that he is not ready join a big Team. He wants to grow emotionally before he can make big decision to Join a Big Team. As far as he know, he'll continue serving Platinum Stars unti further Notice, Said Platinum Stars Midfielder Robert Nga'mbi"
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Kaizer Chiefs have notified Mamelodi Sundowns of their intentions to engage talks with Katlego Mphela. "The player's contract at Sundowns expires in June 2014, therefore, we would like to make our intentions known." - Bobby Motaung. What are your thoughts regarding the prospect of 'Killer' joining the Glamour Boys? Do u believe in bobsteak?
Football Manager Bobby Motaung has confirmed interest in Mamelodi Sundowns striker Katlego Mphela
The Off-Chase Kaizer Chiefs Striker Lehlogonolo Majoro joint Matsatsantsa last night after A sawp-deal announced by Bobby Motaung and Supersport United Board. Both Majoro and Gould was believed to join Mamelodi Sundowns on a swap-deal to bring the lone Manqele to Amakhosi Arena. As Supersport United got their Target, Amakhosi had to Rethink their offer to Mamelodi Sundowns. According to the speculations Morgan Gould plus Lucky Baloyi and plus George Lebese are believed to make a line-up to be Traded-In for Manqele.
There’s still no clarity whether Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund will be able to count on the availability of the Kaizer Chiefs players he selected in his 23-man squad for the African Nations Championship (Chan). The tournament, restricted only to locally-based players, will be hosted in South Africa from January 11 to February 1 next year, in the cities of Cape Town, Bloemfontein and Polokwane. South Africa play their opening match on January 11 against Mozambique, while Mali and Nigeria make up the other teams in the group. When Igesund named his squad on Monday, and included Chiefs players Itumeleng Khune, Tsepo Masilela, Siphiwe Tshabalala, Bernard Parker, Tefu Mashamaite and Reneilwe Letsholonyane, the Soweto club’s team manager Bobby Motaung was furious and released the following statement: “We expressed ourselves to the SA Football Association (Safa) well in advance. Chiefs are scheduled to play in a PSL league fixture against Mamelodi Sundowns on January 23 2014. We have to prepare for th ...
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?
" Lehlohonolo Majoro Refused to put Pen & Paper for a New Contract with us and we don't have a word because its his decision.we did approach Mamelodi Sundowns for the Services of Edward Manqele and its Promising as we speak." ~ Bobby Motaung on 083 with Robert Marawa
."Speculations have seens bn on th importance of putting a star on ur jersey after winning a major tournament.. It appears tht Bobby Motaung is on the verge of firing Stuart Baxter for failing to win the Macufe Cup where they wud b able 2 put a Silver Star on their jersey.. Mamelodi Sundowns have seens been surprised of this stupid speculations.. rather they chose to support Pirates in their mouth watering African Tour.. as for Chiefs, they wil gt a chance to tour around Ethiopia wth Abdul Saheem ParCow.." eCNAnews report...
When Orlando Pirates last won the league… 01. Daniel Madau got a chesa mpama from Eric Mathoho's father (In an attempt to get him to convince his son to put pen-to-paper with the Chloorkop-based club) 02. Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was not selling pap 03. Jimmy Tau and Bobby Motaung were best of best friends 04. Tsepo Masilela was playing for Getafe against the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo 05. Morgan Gould was playing for Supersport United 06. We didn't know much about the Gupta's 07. Julius Malema was a rich young man owning a farm and a mansion (Also dating model Lizelle Tabane who is now said to be engaged to Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Teko Modise) 08. Collins Mbesuma was a Golden Arrows player Add yours for fun please…
[Kennedy Mweene] has finally signed for Mamelodi Sundowns with the deal amounting around R6 million after spending 8 years with Free State Stars while [Dove Wome]is on the verge of signing also with Chloorkop side soon. - Kaizer Chiefs Football Manager Bobby Motaung have urged KC supporters to be patient regarding transfer for signing new acquisition to the team and he insist he'll strengthen. - Amazulu are now sponsored by Kappa for their kit of 2013/2014 season whilst signed [Letladi Madubanya] from Celtics and [Sekotlong] from Tuks. - Pirates trio [Thabo Matlaba] , [Andile Jali] and [Thulasizwe Mbuyane] are back from respective injuries. - Leopards trio Mabunda,Monama and Ramagalela set to sign for Sundowns after the trio declined offer from Sundowns but now deal have been improved. - Sundowns are after signature of Bryce Moon - New players of Supersport Utd set to join the team during pre-season set up. 3 minutes ago Like
So much going on in the world of football today.. Chelsea confirm Jose Mourinho as their manager on a 4-year deal.Manchester city sign winger Jesus Navas from Sevilla.Josta Dladla agrees to sign a 1-year contract extension with Chiefs.Bobby Motaung denies being in contact with Kermit Erasmus and says the prospect of bringing Knowledge Musona back to the club is unlikely.Mamelodi Sundowns chase after the signature of young Ajax sensation,Khama Billiat.
Before transfer window closed yesterday,Kaizer chairperson Bobby Motaung annonced that the team is pleased to finalised the deal with Barcelona striker Lionel Messie.The signing neary cost Makhosi billions of Rands.Motaung said "we have signed Messie because we are currently struggling to score goals and i am optimistic that we will win the League this season".Kaizer Chiefs who currently on top of the League with 35points will face Mamelodi Sundowns who are on 10th position with 18points.The former Barcelona star and Footballer on the year will be on Chiefs starting line up. Chiefs v Sundowns on the 12th February 2013
Pirates an option for unhappy Nale  DISGRUNTLED Kaizer Chiefs winger Abia "NyakaNyaka" Nale could return to Orlando Pirates, the club that helped shape his development, in the current transfer window.  Platinum Stars have also joined the race to sign Nale, who wants out of Kaizer Chiefs due to a lack of game time. Nale's uncle Steve Nale, who is representing the player, has already discussed a possible transfer to another club with Chiefs general manager Bobby Motaung. Nale senior referred all inquiries to Motaung, who could not be reached for comment. It is a known fact that Stars want to sign Nale in a swap deal that could see Thuso Phala going in the opposite direction. Phala, whose contract with Dikwena expires in June, has been in great form this season and helped his club win the Absa Premiership's quarterly prize for the best performing side. A former Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns player, Phala was also in a class of his own in Bafana Bafana's 1-0 defeat to Norway in Cape Town on Tuesday ni ...
Isaac Chansa set to meet Dr Irvin Khoza over da possiblity of going back to Orlando Pirates after his chinese team got relegated last yer. • Kalaba has been doing light training alone since November after sustaining a groin injury on October 10 at his DR Congo club TP Mazembe. • Mamelodi Sundowns will meet the representatives of Teko Modise next week to discuss extending the players contract at Chloorkop. • Bobby Motaung when asked about the possible return of Knowledge Musona: " I heard the rumour but I doubt if he will be coming back to the PSL anytime soon, but if it does happen, he'll come to Chiefs. It's simple as that" • Platinum Stars coach Cavin Johnson says he is grateful to have finally gotten his big break last year and is now holding on to completing the remaining half of the season the same way his team has performed so far this season. • While Katlego Mphela's contract with Mamelodi Sundowns is set to run out at the end of June, the Brazilians have the option of a one-year exte ...
Following the arrest of Kaizer Chiefs general manager Bobby Motaung on account of fraud and corruption the PSL has launched an inquiry into Chiefs' unprecedented successive victories against Amazulu and Mamelodi Sundowns. The PSL suspects foul play and deliberate dropping of points from the 3 teams that took part in the matches in question. The hawks and the PSL will work hand in hand during this investigation, which is a 2012 edition of operation dribble.
That Daddy’s Son (Bobby Motaung) is very fortunate that is not a Mamelodi Sundowns FC member of staff. Otherwise he would have shown the door with immediate effect. I think Mr Kaizer the senior should swap Bobby with another son, even if is from out of wedlock to run that “family unit club”
Dear law enforcement agencies.we wish to register our excitement at the capture of the long time fugitive and repeated offender, who masquandered as Kaizer Chiefs Football Manager, Mr Bobby Motaung. This unelected leader, who never had to submit a CV has further to the crimes the Hwaks have arrested him on, caused and continued with impunity, to violate basic human rights of KC supporters. We have substantial evidence that will convict him even if he is not found guilty of other charges. The footage of the recent match against Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus is a case in point.
Bobsteak: No need to panic: Bobby Motaung was shocked by Kaizer Chiefs' recent thrashing to Mamelodi Sundowns, b...
Kaizer Chiefs general manager Bobby Motaung is not panicking after Amakhosi’s 4-1 MTN8 defeat against Mamelodi Sundowns.
EGOTIATIONS to take Mulomowandau Mathoho from Bloemfontein Celtic to Kaizer Chiefs were reaching a conclusion last night, bringing to a potential close months of speculation over the future of the towering defender. NATURENA-BOUND: Bloemfontein Celtic defender Mulomowandau MathohoPhoto: Gallo Images RELATED ARTICLES Chansa joins Chinese club Mathoho will be the final piece in the jigsaw for Chiefs in a frenzy of post-season market activity, said the club's Football Manager Bobby Motaung. "We have agreed with Celtic and they have promised to finish up all the paperwork by the end of the day. This is the last deal that we wanted to do," Motaung said. Amakhosi have got their man ahead of Mamelodi Sundowns, who were also courting the player and had also been in discussions with Celtic. That will come as a source of some pride to Motaung, who has had similar high-profile deals gazumped by billionaire Patrice Motsepe over the past few seasons. Mathoho will become the sixth new signing for Chiefs since they move ...
Chiefs offer R5-m for Mathoho Kaizer Chiefs have made a R5-million offer to Bloemfontein Celtic for defender Mulomowandau Mathoho. ROCK SOLID: Bloemfontein Celtic defender Mulomowandau Mathoho I'm beefing up the team so we do well in the CAF Confederation Cup "Mathoho is still number one on our wish list," said Amakhosi general manager Bobby Motaung. He said Chiefs had approached Celtic directly with the offer. "Whether it is this week, next month or even next year, we want the player to come to Chiefs. I hope Celtic will come back with a positive response. His jersey is waiting for him in Naturena," said Motaung. Sowetan has learnt that free-spending Mamelodi Sundowns are also after Mathoho's signature. The lanky Bafana defender is reported to have told Celtic bosses to forget about taking him to Chloorkop, saying he wanted to go to Naturena where he believes he will get regular game time. Celtic chief executive Khumbulani Konco said: "At the moment Mathoho is still our player, we will release him as soo ...
Breaking news from Kaizer Chiefs have won the race for one of the league’s most sought after players after paying Bloemfontein Celtic R3m for Bafana Bafana defender Erick “Tower” Mathoho. Amakhosi beat fellow heavy weights Mamelodi Sundowns to the signature of the lanky central defender who had asked for a move away from the Free State club. Mathoho was meant to be introduced as a Chiefs player later this week but as the Limpopo-born player is on national duty as Bafana take on Gabon on Friday, he will complete his formalities at the weekend. Chiefs’ Football Manager Bobby Motaung has been busy on the transfer market and has already secured the services of two other Bafana quality defenders, Morgan Gould and Siboniso Gaxa. Such has been Motaung’s eagerness to ensure his beloved Chiefs returns to winning ways that he cut short his season break to prepare for the next season. “We have been working hard in ensuring that we sign players that fill Chiefs’ standards and we all know what Mathoho ca ...
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