Mamelodi Sundowns & Free State
Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. The Free State of Saxony is a landlocked state of Germany, bordering Brandenburg, Saxony Anhalt, Thuringia, Bavaria, the Czech Republic and Poland. /5
Mamelodi Sundowns Free State Free State Stars Kaizer Chiefs Bloemfontein Celtic Orlando Pirates Miss Mamelodi Sundowns Telkom Knockout Golden Arrows Ajax Cape Town Dove Wome Platinum Stars Black Leopards Moroka Swallows Khama Billiat Absa Premiership Bryce Moon
Free State Stars stalwart Paulus Masehe warns Mamelodi Sundowns they are in for a fight tomorrow.
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 . ...
Free State Stars join the race to loan Richard Henyekane Struggling PSL side, Free State Stars, seem to have entered the race to loan Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Richard Henyekane. The 30-year-old has struggled at Sundowns since joining them from Golden Arrows back in 2010, and the Siya crew have previously reported that his name has been mentioned by management at Polokwane City as they look to strengthen their squad in January. However, it seems that City may have some competition for the striker’s signature, with Ea Lla Koto also believed to be eager to try and land the forward on loan when the transfer window opens in a few days time. Stars have had a difficult time in the PSL so far this season, with a string of bad performances resulting in the firing of Steve Komphela. Now, with Themba Sithole taking the reigns on a temporary basis, he is looking to bolster his side to help them climb out of the relegation zone when the PSL resumes at the end of January.
Mamelodi Sundowns skillful midfielder Khama Billiat escaped with minor bruises in a car accident, he is given a day off today so probably he wont be available as we tackle Free State Stars tomorrow at Loftus let us wish him well masandawana!
Mosimane expects more vintage Pitso Mosimane says Mamelodi Sundowns' brand-new ensemble have yet to fully settle despite their champagne performance against Bloemfontein Celtic in Botshabelo on Sunday. As is their annual custom, Sundowns fielded eight new signings in the 4-0 Telkom Knockout win over Celtic but this time most of them came good. The defensive machinery was screwed on tight while the midfield oozed horsepower. Right-back Bryce Moon was like a Gautrain down his flank while former University of Pretoria protégé Bongani Zungu, playing in a deeper midfield role, proved his defensive worth. And then there was the Dove Wome and Khama Billiat attacking show, which would have sent warning shots to the other PSL teams fighting for accolades this season. They showed a synergy that usually takes teams years to develop and they didn't even need former captain Teko Modise, who was an unused substitute in Free State. "We are not yet settled - the day we settle we'll be much better than this," Mosimane i ...
Nomandela eyes Chiefs, Pirates- Free State Stars midfielder Luyolo Nomandela has changed his tune and now says he is ready to leave the club in pursuit of the greener grass up north. The 23-year-old told KickOff.com three months ago that he was not looking at the money and wanted to focus on his career in the Free State, but now says he is ‘ready to play for Chiefs or Pirates’. “I understand Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates are interested in my services and my agent is handling the issue,” Nomandela tells KickOff.com. “I am ready to move to play for either club if the situation demands it but, if not, I am still happy to continue playing for Free State Stars next season.” Stars have already lost both Kennedy Mweene and Dove Wome to Mamelodi Sundowns, but Nomandela says his heart is with Chiefs. “I grew up supporting Kaizer Chiefs.I like their style of playing and think it would suit me very well. I also like the fact that they don’t have many players,” he says. “However, I wouldn’t ...
Transfers at a glance IT HAS been a quiet period in the transfer market to so far this year, but with teams set to return for pre-season training in the coming weeks, things are likely to hot up. The transfer window only officially opens on July 1, but already some clubs have been doing business. The list below is made up only of confirmed signings and is not based on speculation. Letladi Madubanya has made a surprise move from Bloemfontein Celtic to AmaZulu after requesting to leave Free State, while Bryce Moon of Supersport United and Sibusiso Khumalo of Mamelodi Sundowns swapped clubs. Ajax Cape Town IN: George Akpabio, Nathan Gertse, Cole Alexander (all loan returns from Vasco da Gama) OUT: Paul Rusike, Sander Westerveld, Wanderson, Sici Shelembe, Brandon-Lee Adams, Alcardo van Graan (all released), Abia Nale (loan return to Kaizer Chiefs), Nhlanhla Vilakazi (Maritzburg United) AMAZULU IN: Letladi Madubanya (Bloemfontein Celtic), Bonginkosi Macala (free agent), Lunga Zondi, Chris Manoka (both Thanda R ...
Following an exciting set of Nedbank Cup Round of 32 results the resulting matchups have served up some tasty offerings. Absa Premiership stalwarts Orlando Pirates, Ajax Cape Town, Moroka Swallows and AmaZulu were all send packing as a series of upsets occurred. The event took place on Thursday at The Venue in Melrose Arch Johannesburg where PSL and club representatives were joined by the media for the draw. The draw provided the round with three all-PSL clashes with Mamelodi Sundowns hosting Golden Arrows and Black Leopards taking on Platinum Stars. In what is arguably the tie of the round Free State Stars and Bloemfontein Celtic will meet in the Free State derby. Pirates’ conquerors Maluti FET College will take on African Warriors whilst fellow Second division side Polokwane City will travel to Soweto for a meeting with Kaizer Chiefs. Fixtures for Last 16: Free State Stars v Bloemfontein Celtic Mamelodi Sundowns v Golden Arrows Vasco Da Gama v Supersport United Kaizer Chiefs v Polokwane City Jomo Cosm ...
SPORTS ALERT CORNER most talked about match, derby between Amakhosi and the Bucs is now a thing of the past. Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs only managed to share the spoils after a 1-all draw. Thanks to Collins "Ntofontofo" Mbesuma and Lehlohonolo "Major" Majoro's goals in the game. At least now the dust has settled regarding the Soweto derby. Hopefully majority enjoyed the encounter. Sport Alert today puts an eye in some of the upcoming matches this afternoon. A Free State derby between the two strongest sides from that province will at least ignite a passion of football fans in that region. Bloemfontein Celtic will take on Steve Kompela's lads, Free State Stars in the league match. Expect an intriguing encounter between the two giants. Who do put your faith into? Its up to you to pick the correct team. Mamelodi Sundowns are set to tussle against the high-flying stars from Limpopo, Black Leopards. Lidoda duvha has been on song since the inclussion of Ian Palmer as the team's head coach. The boys manag ...
Defending champions Orlando Pirates will take on Black Leopards in the first round of the Telkom Knockout, after the draw took place in Johannesburg on Monday evening. Meanwhile, last year's losing finalists Bidvest Wits were pitted against Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs. The opening round's other ties see league newcomers Chippa United take on Bloemfontein Celtic in Cape Town, Free State Stars were drawn against Golden Arrows in Bethlehem, Ajax Cape Town were drawn at home to Supersport United, Amazulu square off against Platinum Stars in Durban, Maritzburg United will play Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns host the University of Pretoria
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Patrice Motsepe BACK OF The battle between Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns over the services of Edward Manqele is hotting up, with news reaching KickOff.com that The Brazilians have again upped their offer. According to sources close to the Free State Stars striker, Amakhosi have promised Manqele a R75 000-a-month salary, as well as a R600 000 signing-on fee. However, so desperate are Sundowns for Manqele that they have reportedly promised to increase the Chiefs offer by 50 percent. "Chiefs have offered Edward a very, very good contract, but the boy is now confused because Sundowns keep upping their offer as well," our source reveals. Manqele tells KickOff.com that he will know his future when he returns to the Free State next week. "I am still in the dark," he tells KickOff.com. "I will know my future with Free State Stars next week Monday, and for now I would rather not comment on which team I prefer to join."
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.
Princess Mahlangu was crowned the 2012 Free State provincial Miss Mamelodi Sundowns queen & she walked away with R70
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