Mamelodi Sundowns & Johan Neeskens
Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Johannes Jacobus Johan Neeskens (born 15 September 1951 in Heemstede, Netherlands) is a Dutch football manager and former midfielder. /5
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Is De Sa Ajax bound? 02 February By Tshepang Mailwane Roger De Sa is apparently the Ajax Cape Town coach-in-waiting following his resignation at Orlando Pirates on Friday. Ajax, who are without a head coach since Muhsin Ertugral quit a fortnight ago, have confirmed De Sa is on the list of coaches in line for the vacant position, but PRO Thabiso “Shooz” Mekuto says the club are not in a hurry to appoint a new coach. Ian Taylor has been caretaker coach at Ajax since Ertugral left, but the Urban Warriors may move swiftly to tie De Sa down to a contract. “His name is on the list, but we have to go through the proper procedure. If we have local coaches on the list, we must convince the Ajax Amsterdam board. We have a list of coaches and we will cut the names down. We are not in a hurry to announce a new coach,” Mekuto said yesterday. Ajax have been linked with former Mamelodi Sundowns coaches Antonio Habas Lopez and Johan Neeskens, but De Sa’s decision to leave Pirates has apparently enticed the Urba ...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens speaking after the draw for the 2011 Telkom Knockout.
Kekana: 'Team comes before personal glory' Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Hlompho Kekana, who has been quietly doing a great job for the club this season, tells KickOff.com he values team glory ahead of individual recognition. The 28-year-old joined Sundowns during the 2011/12 campaign and since then he has been a regular feature in the side. When Pitso Mosimane took over the coaching reins from Johan Neeskens midway through last term, he made many changes but Kekana is still playing a leading role. This campaign Sundowns have made their intentions clear about winning the League title. And while Kekana has been a driving force in the team, not much credit has been coming his way. "I’m not concerned about personal glory," Kekana says. "Personally, I depend more in the team work. Where I come from – in my culture so to speak – as a person you don’t put yourself above others. This is not about me, it’s about the team. Where I’m from I’ve been taught to put the team first beyond personal glory and ...
I DIDN'T KNOW I WAS BEING TRANSFERRED, BUT AM UP FOR THE CHALLENGE" : KHUMALO New Supersport United left back Sibusiso Khumalo discloses he was surprised to be told he was moving to the Tshwane club but says it is a good opportunity to revive his career. In three seasons at Mamelodi Sundowns, the former U20 international made a mere eleven starts in all competitions and on Tuesday, Sundowns offered him to SuperSport in exchange for Bryce Moon. Khumalo said he knew nothing of the deal, but has welcomed the move. “I was surprised when my agent (Nadeem Mahmood) called me to tell me about the move because I had finished the season playing at Sundowns. I believed things were going to improve under Pitso (Mosimane)., "He is the one who called me back from the reserves to start training with the first team after Johan Neeskens left so things were starting to look good for me," he says. The 23-year-old further says he could have made it at Sundowns had it not been for a serious knee injury that put him on the s ...
Mamelodi Sundowns have asked neighbours Pretoria University for the early return of fullback Ramahlwe Mphahlele. Mphahlele was seen as surplus to requirements by previous coach Johan Neeskens but new coach Pitso Mosimame hasinsisted he needs some beefing up of the squad during the transfer window with Mphahlele's return to the team as one of them.
Crunch time for Zim players at Mamelodi Sundowns WITH JUST four days into the 2013 transfer window, Zimbabwe football players at South African Absa Premiership giants Mamelodi Sundowns – Esrom Nyandoro, Method Mwanjali and Nyasha Mushekwi are teetering on the brink of exits as their contracts run out on June 30. Report by Sports Editor/Kick Off Reports from South Africa yesterday indicated that Sundowns owner Patrice Motsepe is worried about the huge salary bill and might let go some of his top stars. Sundowns, closed for business until Monday, have brought in Pitso Mosimane to replace sacked Johan Neeskens and the trio has been receiving some game time, which might give them a reprieve. Nyandoro, turning 33 on February 6, in particular has been a regular feature under both coaches and is a “personal” favourite of Motsepe. He has been captain before, having arrived at Chloorkop in 2004 and won the Jet Rookie of the Year on his debut season. This is in addition to two league titles and various monthl ...
*TRANSFER FOCUS* Club: Mamelodi Sundowns It has been a disappointing season so far for Mamelodi Sundowns, who ended last season on 4th place. The Yellow Submarines find themselves lying 10th with 18points, and 17pts behind Kaizer Chiefs in the league and have suffered disappointing defeats in the Telkom Knockout Final, MTN8 and a few league games. A lot was expected of Mamelodi Sundowns this season who bolstered their squad by bringing in the likes of Alje Schut, Jabulani Shongwe, Wayne Arendse, Thamsanqa Sangweni, Tebogo Langerman, Eleazer Rodgers & Edward Manqele but Sundowns have failed to deliver on a regular basis. The club has yet again seen a change in manager, as Johan Neeskens was sacked. Neeskens was replaced by ex-Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane. At the beginning of the season Neeskens promised to deliver silverware this season, losing in the TKO final saw the Dutchman departing. *WHAT THEY NEED* After losing Katlego Mphela at the start of the season through injury until early December, Nyas ...
Pitso Mosimane returns to the helm of a club side for the first time in more than five years when he takes Mamelodi Sundowns to Phuthaditjhaba to meet Free State Stars in the Absa Premiership on Wednesday. The game comes just two days after Mosimane’s first training session with the club, who appointed him as the replacement to Johan Neeskens late on Sunday.His last game at the helm of a club was a goalless draw away against Moroka Swallows in May 2007 and he would be happy to come away with a similar score line from a tough assignment at the Charles Mopeli Stadium. Sundowns were sweating on the fitness of striker Nyasha Mushekwi, injured in training this week, but he has since failed a fitness test and did not make the trip to the eastern Free State. But Katlego Mphela is available for the first time this season and Mosimane might be tempted to give him a few minutes play late on in the game. Mosimane, fired as Bafana Bafana coach in June, also has to do without injured Punch Masenamela and Lebohang Mo ...
5. Who will replace Johan Neeskens as Head coach at Premiership team Mamelodi Sundowns?
I have a good feeling abt Pitso Mosimane coaching Mamelodi Sundowns. He would have learnt lessons.Great move sacking Johan Neeskens.
Johan Neeskens has been sacked as coach of Mamelodi Sundowns, with Pitso Mosimane replacing him -
Mamelodi Sundowns have officially appointed former Bafana Bafana boss Pitso Mosimane as new head coach, replacing Johan Neeskens.
Former Dutch World Cup star Johan Neeskens has been sacked by big-spending South African club Mamelodi Sundowns, Pitso Mosimane replaced him
The contract of former (1974-79) Barcelona player Johan Neeskens (61) as coach of South African club Mamelodi Sundowns has been terminated.
Mamelodi Sundowns have terminated the contract of coach Johan Neeskens and replaced by Pitso Mosimane
Pitso is the new Mamelodi Sundowns coach after Johan Neeskens was sacked today
Sundowns part ways with Neeskens: Mamelodi Sundowns have sacked manager Johan Neeskens following their defeat in the...
About time"Mamelodi Sundowns sacked Johan Neeskens & appointed Pitso Mosimane as coach.
It will be naïve to suggest that Johan Neeskens departure from Sundowns came as a surprise. Nor would it be foolhardy to think Telkom Knockout Final loss to Bloemfontein Celtic was a spark. An excuse to fire him perhaps but it certainly had been expected. One wonders if he would have stayed even if he had won. A vain ‘Downs media release timidly suggested Motsepe paid tribute to the Dutch man. “Johan Neeskens is a good coach whose experience and track record speaks for itself. He sacrificed and worked hard for the success of the Club. Johan will always have a special place at Mamelodi Sundowns and I wish him the very best with his future and career”. The press release quoted Patrice Motsepe. No sooner had news of his sacking sank, then came announcement that former Bafana mentor, Pitso Mosimane has been roped in with immediate effect. Could it be that Mosimane appointment was finalised midweek and in a feeble attempt not to defocus the team from the final, his announcement was delayed till after th ...
Johan Neeskens has been fired as Mamelodi Sundowns coach following their 1-0 loss to Bloem Celtic.Pitso Mosimane has been appointed as coach.kabo yellow askies masandawana:
Head coach Johan Neeskens has been sacked, despite remaining defiant after his Mamelodi Sundowns side slumped to a second cup final defeat in seven months when they were beaten to the Telkom Knockout crown today.
Mamelodi Sundowns have axed coach Johan Neeskens following their defeat to Bloemfontein Celtic in the Telkom Knockout Final.
Johan Neeskens who was in charge of Mamelodi Sundowns was sacked following the team's loss to Celtic in the Telkom Knockout yesterday. Sundowns got in two cup finals this year but lost all of them, they first lose to Supersport United in the Nedbank Cup and yesterday were controversially beaten by Celtic after the ref decided that the ball crossed the line but TV replays revealed that it didn't. However they are not doing well in the Absa Premier League where they seat on 15th position.
Mamelodi Sundowns lost to Bloem Celtic last night during TKO final and today we have received news which says: Johan Neeskens has been sacked by Mamelodi Sundowns, and will be replaced by Pitso Mosimane.
Mamelodi Sundowns assistant coach Alex 'Barnes' Bapela says he shares the sentiments by Johan Neeskens that the latter will quit his job if the club fail to win any silverware this season. Neeskens reiterated his stance on Wednesday ahead of the Telkom Knockout Final on Saturday against Bloemfontein Celtic in Durban and Bapela says he could have said the same. "I think it is good for him to say that and even if I was him, I would have said it," Bapela says. "The more you have pressure, the harder you push yourself to achieve success," he argues. Bapela adds: "In football, there is always pressure and pressure has to be your middle name. Him (Neeskens) being under pressure means it pushes Sundowns to go the extra mile to work very hard." Kick-off for the decider will be 20h15
Official Telkom Knockout FB wrote: It is Telkom Knockout Final week! We have already had the dress-rehearsal, with Mamelodi Sundowns defeating Bloemfontein Celtic 1-0 in the League on Sunday. Both coaches played much-changed line-ups though to keep their stars fresh for Saturday. Goalscorer Richard Henyekane certainly showed his quality though and Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens is left with a difficult decision to...
Neeskens not worried about Celltic match: Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens says there is no point playing ...
Neeskens walks on eggshells: Johan Neeskens is likely to be fired if Mamelodi Sundowns lose to Bloemfontein Celt...
It's up to the players now, says Neeskens: Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens says it is up to his players t...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens says his side will no longer be playing "pretty football" as they need...
Johan Neeskens says Mamelodi Sundowns players need to step up - News - Kick Off
Roman could learn something from Patrice "Johan Neeskens is still a Mamelodi Sundowns coach."
Akayindawo "Johan Neeskens is still a Mamelodi Sundowns coach."
Johan Neeskens is still a Mamelodi Sundowns coach.
Are Mamelodi Sundowns 'too big' a club to get relegated? Johan Neeskens seems to be getting worried...
Mamelodi Sundowns boss Johan Neeskens lauded his struggling side after they advanced to the final of the Telkom Knockout, beating Pretoria rivals Supersport United 1-0 in Polokwane on Saturday evening. Meanwhile, Matsatsantsa coach Gavin Hunt criticised the referee for not awarding what Hunt described as a clear penalty in the second period...
Keeping Neeskens shows Downs boss Motsepe has gone soft, say officials Nov 12, 2012 | Mazola Molefe | 35 comments inShare TIED UP: Patrice Motsepe RELATED ARTICLES Sundowns in crisis Patrice Motsepe has gone soft, according to some officials at Mamelodi Sundowns who believe if the club president was his trigger-happy old self, coach Johan Neeskens would have been sacked long ago. Motsepe could yet give Neeskens the boot, but the fact that the Dutchman is still at Sundowns after a string of poor results, when his predecessors were usually shown the door after such a bad patch, supports statements coming from the club's insiders. Sundowns are bottom of the log for the second week running after 10 Absa Premiership games - suffering six defeats to make this their worst-ever start to a season. If the last few weeks of the previous campaign are taken into consideration, Sundowns have tasted victory just once in 16 league matches under Neeskens. A 1-1 draw against city rivals AmaTuks in the Tshwane derby on Satu ...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens needs to do something soon or he will be history - News - Kick Off
With just five League matches before the title race reaches the halfway mark, Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens is beginning to run out of time to get his team out of the big hole they have dug themselves into. After 10 matches, The Brazilians are rooted at the bottom on the log with a paltry six points, despite boasting within their ranks a galaxy of some of the country's best players. CLICK HERE foe the Premiership log. That log leaders Kaizer Chiefs have amassed four times more points than Sundowns in the same number of matches probably gives a clearer picture of the club's predicament. However, despite the team's winless streak, all indications from Chloorkop strongly suggest that Neeskens will still be on the bench on Saturday when the team faces Supersport United in a Telkom Knockout semi-final match. The match will provide another opportunity for the club to redeem themselves and it is against such a backdrop that former Sundowns and Bafana Bafana striker Phil Masinga is challenging the player ...
Johan Neeskens says Mamelodi Sundowns are afraid of losing - News - Kick Off
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens lashed out at journalists during a post match conference following their 3-1 loss to Orlando Pirates.
[ Soccer ] Neeskens: We're afraid to lose: Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens believes ...
Johan Neeskens going Nowhere- Mamelodi Sundowns iz going Nowhere. Motsepe dou mxm
Mamelodi Sundowns Fans Club shared the following link and had this to say about it: NEESKENS GOING NOWHERE, SAYS THE PRESIDENT Mamelodi Sundowns are currently at the foot of the Absa Premiership table, occupying 16th position with six points after 10 rounds of league action. Despite the poor league form, coach Johan Neeskens continues to command the Brazilians’ bench. The club president, Patrice Motsepe, has bac...
Mamelodi Sundowns must fire Johan Neeskens. His tactics r not working for the club.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach, Johan Neeskens is by far the luckiest *** on earth, one of a few people who get paid to do absolutely nothing
Johan Neeskens is taking Mamelodi Sundowns straight to NFD with his stupid total football.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens is confident that his side will pick themselves up and move out of the relegation
Johan Neeskens' win record for Mamelodi Sundowns in PSL is 38%. That's: 15W, 12D, 12L. Oh boy!!
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens "Players were dancing after the game" via
Rumours say: "Pep Guardiola is leading the race of coaches to replace Johan Neeskens at Mamelodi Sundowns"
Johannesburg - Under-pressure Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens insists he is unconcerned by his side's league position after the Brazilians went down in a 3-1 defeat to Orlando Pirates at Loftus Versfeld on Wednesday evening. The big spending former champions are now rooted to the bottom of the Premiership table, after Amazulu's 1-0 win over the University Of Pretoria in a simultaneous clash lifted the coastal side out of last position. "Of course I'm very disappointed that we lost this ga
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens was naturally disappointed following a 3-1 home defeat to Orlando Pirates on Wednesday night.
Mamelodi Sundowns played fantastic football last night, however, that cant be equated to results. Johan Neeskens failed to substitute on time, and time is money. President Motsepe safa saphela.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens was so desperate for 3 points, and during his interview last night in the Telkom Knockout, Neeskens said he was very happy that they managed to collect 3 points. This reminds me of Punch Masenamela during his days ko Kaizer Chiefs when he said "we were just here for 3 points" after winning against Bidvest Wits in the Nedbank Cup:-)
Mamelodi Sundowns relieved some of the pressure on coach Johan Neeskens with a 1-0 Telkom Knockout Cup win against University Of Pretoria.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach, Johan Neeskens, recently had a one-on-one chat with Jabulani Shongwe, regarding the player’s situation in the team.
Patrice stands by his man: Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe is standing by under-siege coach Johan Neeskens.
Patrice Motsepe said to Mamelodi Sundowns fans that if they don't want Johan Neeskens to coach the team they should burn their jersey and support other teams!!!
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens has sent a clear message that he is not ready to quit his job, despite the team's poor performance.
Mamelodi Sundowns will take on an inconsistent Platinum Stars at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday night in a must win Absa Premiership match for Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens, kick-off at 8:15pm.
Sports update Mamelodi Sundowns broke their losing streak in Round 5 of the Absa Premiership on Wednesday night, drawing 0-0 with Pretoria rivals Supersport United at Lucas Moripe Stadium, but coach Johan Neeskens remains very much a man under fire. The Brazilians came into the game having lost their previous four matches, while Matsatsantsa were looking to bounce back from losing the MTN8 final to Moroka Swallows on the weekend. Inevitably, the teams cancelled each other out for a result neither side will be particularly happy with. Swallows, still basking in the afterglow of their MTN8 triumph, suffered something of a cup hangover when they conceded two late goals at AmaZulu to suffer a 2-1 defeat. The result will come as a huge relief to Usuthu, who have had a nightmare start to the season but can now look to build on this result. Another side to record their first win was rookies Chippa United, who held on against a late onslaught from Bloemfontein Celtic to win 2-1 at Athlone Stadium. Free State Star ...
I think Mamelodi Sundowns should fire Johan Neeskens and hire Pitso Mosimane gatvol#
Johan Neeskens, part of 1974 World Cup team for Holland, is having a hard time coaching 1 of South Africa's top clubs
Neeskens looks for answers: Johan Neeskens has been left frustrated by Mamelodi Sundowns' slow start to the seas...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens has admitted that the poor start his team has endured is frustrating him...
Johan Neeskens future at Mamelodi Sundowns has been hanging by the thread for some time now. And that surely has broken yesterday with the defeat to Golden Arrows. I have a feeling Neeskens is going to fired this week.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach,Johan Neeskens got a bad birthday present.Downs players are a big disappointment.
Mamelodi Sundowns FC wrote: Today Mamelodi Sundowns & Johan Neeskens in particular reached out to the community by giving away - Training kits, boots, training material, shin pads & soccer balls. Have a look at some of the pics of our future stars
￼It was reported in today’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, issue number 787, that Mamelodi Sundowns have lined up former Bafana Bafana coach, Pitso Mosimane, as a replacement for Johan Neeskens, should the Dutchman decide to resign.In addition Mosimane has been linked to the Orlando Pirates bench, however as reported in issue 787, he’s unlikely to be appointed by Irvin Khoza.
Sundowns axe players: Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens has released a list of players he will be chopping ...
After losing their second league game of the season Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens admitted he was feeling some degree of pressure..
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens was far from impressed following his team's 2-1 loss to Kaizer Chiefs.
Mampara of the Month: Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens for playing Esrom Nyandoro in the centre of defence against Moroka Swallows in MTN8 first leg semifinal.
Official PSL wrote: Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens - “Its not easy when you start a game and then in the early minutes you are looking at things from two-zero behind. We were not sharp enough early on. Defensively we didn’t do our job, it was too easy for them to get those goals”.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens insists the club will not be making any further signings during the transfer window as he is happy with the squad he has at his disposal.The Dutchman is also hoping that no player will be leaving the first team squad, despite European interest in Siyanda Xulu and Nyasha Mushekwi.Sundowns have alread...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach, Johan Neeskens, says that he will step down if they don’t win anything this season.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens warned Russian club FC Rostov to finalise the transfer of Siyanda Xulu before the end of this week.
Mamelodi coach Johan Neeskens has reiterated that he will step down if they don't win any trophies this season. -
Johan Neeskens says that Mamelodi Sundowns will not underestimate PSL newcomers, Chippa United.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens is so desperate for silverware this season that he is even prepared to step down if he fails.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens embarked on a journey with Nike Football ZA to find the best young unspotted talent the country had to offer. As the Head Scout for The Nike Chance and with over 20 years in youth development experience, Neeskens and the team found three aspiring gems, who were selected to travel to Barcelona this Month.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens has set the record straight about his relationship with Mozambican midfielder Elias Pelembe.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens was delighted with his side's 4-1 win over Kaizer Chiefs in the MTN8 quarter-finals on Sunday.
Mamelodi Sundowns started their pre-season camp in Swaziland on a high, as Johan Neeskens led side cruised to a...
Sun still up for Neeskens: Mamelodi Sundowns will stick with coach Johan Neeskens for the upcoming Premier Socce...
Johan Neeskens will be staying at Mamelodi Sundowns
Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe will keep coach Johan Neeskens for the upcoming season. Good call?
Johan Neeskens will be staying at Mamelodi Sundowns -
Mamelodi Sundowns deny reports claiming they are considering sacking Johan Neeskens in favour of former Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane.
Neeskens stays at Chloorkop: Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe will not let go of Johan Neeskens despi...
Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyasha Mushekwi hopes coach Johan Neeskens will retain his job.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens says he will not be intimidated by fans -
Former Netherlands midfield star Johan Neeskens hopes to step out from the shadows on Saturday and claim his first title as a coach. He guides Mamelodi Sundowns against neighbours Supersport United in an all-Pretoria South African FA Cup final before an expected 35 000 sell-out crowd at Orlando Stadium in Soweto.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens says they will go all out to win the Nedbank Cup Final after letting the League title slip from of their grasp...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens says players are doing all they can to win the Nedbank Cup.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens left to rue missed opportunity.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens has been named the PSL Coach of the Month for February and March.
Free State Stars striker Edward Manqele & Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens have been named player & coach of the month for March.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan Neeskens says Teko Modise is not yet fit enough.
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