Mamelodi Sundowns & Eleazar Rodgers
Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Eleazar Rodgers (born 22 January 1985 in Cape Town, Western Cape) is a South African football (soccer) striker for Premier Soccer League club Mamelodi Sundowns. /5
Mamelodi Sundowns Eleazar Rodgers Khama Billiat Edward Manqele Ajax Cape Town Emmanuel Baffour Thamsanqa Sangweni Nyasha Mushekwi Clayton Daniels Mumuni Abubakar Kaizer Chiefs Musa Nyatama Themba Zwane Denis Onyango Lebohang Mokoena Raymond Monama Platinum Stars
I'm told that Eleazar Rodgers' move to Platinum Stars from Mamelodi Sundowns is 90% done. Direct replacement for Siphelele Mthembu.
Platinum Stars are close to securing the services of Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Eleazar Rodgers -
Chippa United are set to swoop on Mamelodi Sundowns striker Eleazar Rodgers.
PSL returnees, Chippa United, are looking to sign Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Eleazar Rodgers.
Sundowns are yet to make a decision on Eleazar Rodgers, with the Brazilians having regrouped for pre-season.
Local MAHEVHEHEVHE (Rumours) & More Updates (PSL & NFD) ● Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Eleazar Rodgers, has confirmed to the Siya crew that he's still waiting to hear from the club regarding his future. The striker spent the past season on loan at Ajax Cape Town, and is now enjoying his off-season and will return to the Chloorkop-based club for pre-season to know what the future holds. ● Themba Zwane is most likely to return to Mamelodi Sundowns next season, despite reports of uncertainty over his future. A source within the Sundowns camp revead that coach Pitso Mosimane wants to give him a chance, having impressed during his loan spell with Mpumalanga Black Aces last season. ● Following a disappointing season, Free State Stars are taking corrective measures ahead of the new campaign. Despite already having three coaches in the form of Kinnah Phiri, Themba Sithole and Mark Harrison, Stars have now offered Sivutsa Stars coach Duncan Lechesa an assistant coaching role at the Free State outfit. Other m . ...
Uncertain future for Downs loanees Mamelodi Sundowns will not recall "90 percent" of their loan players for next season, according to the club's director of football Mike Ntombela. Sundowns had another ‘squad’ out on loan this past season with over 20 players being farmed out to various clubs in the PSL, NFD, Zimbabwe and Zambia. The trio of Method Mwanjali, Themba Zwane, Abel Mabaso were out at Mpumalanga Black Aces; Musa Nyatama at Bloemfontein Celtic; Edward Manqele (Moroka Swallows); Eleazar Rodgers (Ajax Cape Town); Thabo Makgothi, Walter Maponyane, Seun Ledwaba, Siyabulela Shai, Doctor Mampuru (Chippa United); Nyasha Mushekwi (KV Oostende, Belgium); Samuel Julies and Therlo Moosa (Vasco da Gama) and Dennis Onyango and Kwandakwensizwa Mngonyama (Bidvest Wits). In January The Brazilians also loaned out Thamsanqa Sangweni (Ajax); Raymond Monama (University of Pretoria); Richard Henyekane (Free State Stars); Emmanuel Mathias and Hichani Himonde (ZESCO United, Zambia), while Kuda Mahachi was sent to ...
Rumours & More Updates (PSL & NFD) ● Kaizer Chiefs are chasing Ugandan national team striker Dan Sserunkuma. Sserunkuma plays for Kenyan Premier League side Gor Mahia and has represented his country at all levels. The 20-year-old, who as named the 2012 Kenyan Premier League Player of the Year and 2013 and 2014 Uganda Sports Press Association Player of the Year, has been compared to Chelsea and Italian legend Gianfranco Zola. ● Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane says Willard Katsande deserves a pat on the back for his performances during the season. Speaking to this website afterwards, Yeye had nothing but good things to say about 'Salt & Vinegar'. "I think he deserves what he got in terms of the awards, because he worked hard for the team." ● Mamelodi Sundowns are yet to inform striker Eleazar Rodgers whether they will be retaining his services or not. The lanky forward spent this last season on loan at Absa Premiership side Ajax Cape Town from reigning Absa Premiership champions Sundow ...
Ajax, Downs in entertaining draw 18 September By SAPA Johannesburg – A thrilling second half at the Cape Town Stadium on Tuesday night saw four goals scored as Ajax drew 2-2 with Mamelodi Sundowns in a league encounter. The first half was a scrappy and disjointed affair with both teams guilty of giving possession away far too easily as well as incorrect decision making - half time saw the teams going into the break locked at 0-0. Ajax looked bright early on and were quick to capitalise on any mistakes presented by the Downs defence, which were fairly frequent in the opening minutes. Eleazar Rodgers, on loan from Sundowns, saw a first minute effort saved by Sundowns keeper Kennedy Mweene. Lebogang Manyama then wasted a great chance when he took too long to shoot, following another mistake in the Brazilians defence. With 10 minutes gone Rodgers had another excellent chance, but he was too slow in reacting to a through ball, allowing Mweene to make the block. The Pretoria side began to play themselves into ...
Eleazar Rodgers relives hellish days at Mamelodi Sundowns in his interview with Soccer-Laduma.
Eleazar Rodgers has sounded warning bells to new Mamelodi Sundowns man Khama Billiat.
Ajax Cape Town have confirmed Khama Billiat has signed with Mamelodi Sundowns, with Eleazar Rodgers..
Khama Billiat is set to join Mamelodi Sundowns in a deal which sees Eleazar Rodgers moving back to the Cape.
Khama Billiat, has joined Mamelodi Sundowns, with Eleazar Rodgers going to Ajax Cape Town...good boy, good move, great team...welcome home!
Khama Billiat's move to Mamelodi Sundowns has been completed. Eleazar Rodgers joins Ajax CT on a one-year loan. . Story …
Mamelodi Sundowns striker Eleazar Rodgers will join Ajax Cape Town on a loan deal.
Manqele, Rodgers on PSL clubs' wanted list. MAMELODI Sundowns strikers Eleazar Rodgers and Edward. Manqele, who did...
Mamelodi Sundowns and Eleazar Rodgers will meet this week to discuss the player's future.
Eleazar Rodgers could be on his way out of Mamelodi Sundowns, after he was left behind on the club’s trip to Polokwane. Themba Zwane, Samuel Julies and Doctor Mampuru, who have been linked with loan moves to the newly promoted Polokwane City have also been left behind.
Mumuni Abubakar, Emmanuel Baffour, Clayton Daniels, Edward Manqele, Musa Nyatama, Denis Onyango, Thamsanqa Sangweni and Eleazar Rodgers are some of the players who could be heading out the exit door at Mamelodi Sundowns. - they're making a huge mistake by letting Daniels & Nyatama go *D.S*
Mamelodi Sundowns striker Eleazar Rodgers says he has no regrets in not joining Bidvest Wits and admits he isn't in talks with any club.
_ WORLD FOOTBALL NEWS - • Kaizer Motaung wants to step down as Kaizer Chiefs Club Chairman and assume a role of "Life President" - • Moeneeb Josephs want to end his career at Ajax Cape Town. - • Mamelodi Sundowns striker Eleazar Rodgers future is hanging in the balance as he failed to impressed Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane. - • Orlando Pirates are the favorites to land Thuso Phala. - • Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyash Mushekwi could still leave Sundowns for a German club. - • Despite flying high at the top of the Absa Premiership, Kaizer Chiefs is concerned about the BOOO BOYS. - • Despite attracting several european club, Bernard Parker's agent Mike Makaab has insisted that Parker is happy at Naturena -
Goals from Nyasha Mushekwi and a penalty by Eleazar Rodgers gave Mamelodi Sundowns victory against a hard running Garankuwa United in a friendly match played at the Oscar Mpetha Stadium in Limpopo.
Polokwane - Mamelodi Sundowns defied the pressure to book their spot in the 2012 Telkom Knockout final after a sole strike by Eleazar Rodgers against Supersport United at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday night. Both teams came into the game as the two sleeping giants in the Absa Premiership and they were in need of a place in the final to help boost their confidence. SuperSport created all the early pressure, but it was a great counter-attacking move by Anthony Laffor which saw him assist in breaking the deadlock on the quarter mark. Laffor supplied the ball into the box, which met Eleazar Rodgers, who controlled and turned on the ball before driving it into the back of the net, 1-0. The scoreline nearly doubled ten minutes later, when Hlompho Kekana forced Ronwen Williams to make an unforeseen save after he headed the ball back to the keeper only for it to nearly go in at the far post. The half saw both sides pushing forward, but neither could really create anything significant in front of goal. Gavi ...
Mamelodi Sundowns have a few injury concerns ahead of their MTN8 semifinal clash against Moroka Swallows on Saturday.Attacking midfielder Lebohang Mokoena an Eleazar Rodgers have been injured.Doctor Mampuru,Walter Maponyane and Jabulani Shongwe are also injured and they won't play on Saturday.but still we will manage to win
Mamelodi Sundowns star performer Lebohang Mokoena was sent home after coming down with flu, while Eleazar Rodgers...
Mamelodi Sundowns look to have won the race for highly-rated Santos striker Eleazar Rodgers...
Nine strikers at Downs Katlego Mphela reckons he might be back from injury sooner than expected – but he will have plenty of competition in the Mamelodi Sundowns striking department. 'Killer' is recovering at home after an operation on his right knee, and did not travel with the team to Swaziland for their preseason tour. He will miss the start of the season, but says he is hopeful of a speedy return to the pitch. "I'm feeling much better now and I'm happy to say that I'm walking properly without feeling any pain," Mphela tells Downs' official website. "The operation went well and I think it's healing quite well and I might come back sooner than expected." When he does return to action, Mphela faces the daunting task of standing out in a dangerously bloated striking department. Sundowns have signed Eleazar Rodgers, Edward Manqele and Emmanuel Baffour, bringing the number of strikers in the squad to a messy nine, including Nyasha Mushekwi, Anthony Laffor, Lucky Nguzana, Simba Sithole, Richard Henyekane a ...
Mamelodi have confirmed the signing of striker Eleazar Rodgers from relegated Santos.
Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed that Santos forward, Eleazar Rodgers, has signed a four-year deal with them.
"Eleazar Rodgers has signed a 4year deal with Mamelodi Sundowns" welcome to hiS 4yrs of warming the bench.!
“Mamelodi Sundowns have completed the signing of Santos marksman Eleazar Rodgers and have agreed on a...
"Watch this guy flop.."Mamelodi Sundowns have signed Eleazar Rodgers on a 4-year deal from Santos.""
Mamelodi Sundowns have signed Santos striker Eleazar Rodgers on a 4 year contract for R7-million.
Santos striker Eleazar Rodgers sign four-years with Mamelodi Sundowns Good move by Rodgers to join Downs?
Eleazar Rodgers signs a three year contract with Mamelodi Sundowns
Eleazar Rodgers joins Mamelodi Sundowns, clearly he will b spending more time in da bank dan on the pitch!
Big-spending Mamelodi Sundowns have beaten Bidvest Wits to the signature of Eleazar Rodgers, who joins the Brazilians on a four-year deal, the club said on Thursday.
Mamelodi Sundowns have signed Eleazar Rodgers. I hope he does not sit on the bench with their other 10 top strikers.
Santos have accepted a R7-million offer for striker Eleazar Rodgers from Mamelodi Sundowns. (via
According to sources, Eleazar Rodgers is not keen on joining Mamelodi Sundowns and is wanting a move to Bivest Wits instead.
Despite Santos accepting a bid of around R7 million from Mamelodi Sundowns for striker Eleazar Rodgers, the...
Kick Off can reveal that Sundowns have had a R7-million offer for Santos striker Eleazar Rodgers accepted.
KickOff.com has learnt of growing interest in Santos striker Eleazar Rodgers from Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs...
Tickets for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil qualifier between Bafana Bafana and Ethiopia are already on sale. South Africa will face the east Africans on Sunday, 3 June at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in Phokeng near Rustenburg. Gates open at 12h00 and kickoff is at 15h00. Tickets for the West grand stand will go for one-hundred-rand (R100) each, while anywhere else will be fifty-rand (R50) each. They are available at Computicket outlets, Shoprite and Shoprite Checkers stores around the country. Meanwhile there are 24 players in camp at the Royal Marang Sports Complex in Phokeng following the arrival of Sweden-based midfielder May Mahlangu as well as Santos striker Eleazar Rodgers. Only the six players from Mamelodi Sundowns and Supersport United – Teko Modise, Katlego Mphela, Lebohang Mokoena, Punch Masenamela, Wayne Sandilands and Morgan Gould – are still to report for national team duty. The players will be contesting the Nedbank Cup final on Saturday, 26 May at the Orlando Stadium. They will t ...
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