Mamelodi Sundowns & Moroka Swallows

Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Moroka Swallows are a South African football (soccer) club based in Johannesburg. The club plays in the Premier Soccer League. 5.0/5

Mamelodi Sundowns Moroka Swallows Kaizer Chiefs Orlando Pirates Edward Manqele Ajax Cape Town Katlego Mashego Bidvest Wits Bloemfontein Celtic Absa Premiership Platinum Stars Free State Stars Supersport United Zeca Marques Pitso Mosimane Chippa United Jomo Cosmos

Moroka Swallows have had their R394,45 bid for Khama Billiat turned down by Mamelodi Sundowns.
Mamelodi Sundowns pres Patrice Motsepe has asked Mec Panyaza Lesufi to help Moroka Swallows "it's a national program
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Mamelodi Sundowns vs Moroka Swallows: Teko Modise was voted as the Man of the Match yesterday.
A rampant first half from Mamelodi Sundowns saw them bag four goals as they ran out 4-1 winners over Moroka Swallows.
-LOCAL- * Moroka Swallows striker Siyabonga Nomvete's future will be decided at the end of the season, when he will be out of contract. * News that Brilliant Khuzwayo has committed his long-term future to Kaizer Chiefs raises more questions around Itumeleng Khune’s stay at the club. * Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder, Luyolo Nomandela, is on his way to join AmaZulu, meanwhile, the Brazllians have loaned Bonginkosi Ntuli to the Durban-based-side.. * Orlando Pirates forward Kermit Erasmus feels Bafana Bafana could do with a "box striker" like Katlego Mphela at the Africa Cup of Nations. “I think they [Bafana] must really work hard to take their chances because they need someone who is a box striker like Mphela,” Erasmus * AmaZulu striker Ayanda Dlamini is unfazed that the relegation-threatened club's next opponents are Soweto giants Orlando Pirates. "Playing against Orlando Pirates does not really mean anything to us as we are in this situation," Dlamini. * Ajax Cape Town can confirm that talented young d ...
Three-way tie in Q3 Posted: 22 December 2014 There is a three-way tie at the top of the Q3 Q-Innovation standings going into the festive season break. Bidvest Wits, Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns are all on seven points, with the Students on top by virtue of a superior goal-difference. University of Pretoria and Moroka Swallows are on four points, but have played a game less. Orlando Pirates are in fourth place on five points following a win and two draws while Polokwane City, who won Q2, are on three points from two matches. Maritzburg United and Mpumalanga Black Aces are yet to secure a point in Q3, while Ajax Cape Town, Chippa United and bottom-placed AmaZulu have one point each.
Did you know Wits is the first born, Polokwane last born, Pirates and Aces, Chiefs and Sundowns are twins in the PSL? Take a look at the teams and years they were founded on. Which one is the shocker to you? Bidvest Wits 1921 Amazulu 1932 Orlando Pirates 1937 Mpumalanga Black Aces1937 Moroka Swallows 1947 Bloemfontein Celtics 1969 Kaizer Chiefs 1970 Mamelodi Sundowns 1970 Freestate stars 1977 Maritzburg United 1979 Supersport United 1994 Platinum Stars 1998 Ajax Cape Town 1999 University of Pretoria 2003 Chippa United 2010 Polokwane City 2012
A number of South African footballers have died unnatural deaths while at the top of their game. But Senzo Meyiwa, killed on Sunday night, was the first high-profile, active footballer to die after being shot since Aaron "Roadblock" Makhathini, of Moroka Swallows, was killed in 1985 . Two other Bafana players whose deaths shocked the nation were Gift Leremi and Lesley Manyathela. Both were killed in car accidents. Leremi died just over seven years ago in a high-speed crash near Alberton, on the East Rand, shortly after returning home from playing for Mamelodi Sundowns in an African Confederation Cup match in Cameroon. Four years before that, Pirates' Lesley "Slow Poison" Manyathela died on his way home to Limpopo to visit his family. He was just 22, set for a lengthy career in the national side and was due to go for trials in France. Phumlani Dindi, who won a single Bafana cap, also died in a car accident. Abram Raselemane took his own life in 2008. Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs defender Jeffrey Ntuka, and Ban ...
Local MAHEVHEHEVHE (Rumours) & More Updates (PSL & NFD) ● Free State Stars have received a major boost with Daniel Cardoso & Reuben Thebakang on course to full-time training. ● Steve Lekoelea says he expects nothing but fireworks when his former team Orlando Pirates clash against nemesis Kaizer Chiefs in the MTN8 Final on Saturday at Moses Mabhida Stadium. ● Safa has yet to decide on the opponents and a date for the annual Nelson Mandela Challenge. ● Moroka Swallows frontman Siyabonga Nomvete has his money on Orlando Pirates to win this weekend’s MTN8 Final in Durban. ● Moroka Swallows CEO Leon Prins has reiterated the club's belief in coach Zeca Marques. ● Mamelodi Sundowns winger Lindokuhle Mbatha says he is more than prepared to work his socks off to make an impact in his debut season at Chloorkop. ● Bafana Bafana coach, Ephraim “Shakes” Mashaba, has indicated that he will be calling on some Varsity Football stars to train with the national team. ● Moroka Swallows have completed t ...
Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder, Teko Modise, has expressed his delight after their gutsy 2-0 win over Moroka Swallows.
Moroka Swallows coach Zeca Marques said his team gifted Mamelodi Sundowns their goals in a 2-0 defeat to the league champions!
Moroka Swallows boss, Zeca Marques, says his side didn't offer enough in 2-0 loss to Mamelodi Sundowns on Wednesday.
Pitso Mosimane believes Mamelodi Sundowns were full value for their 2-0 win over Moroka Swallows on Wednesday night.
Mamelodi Sundowns claimed their first win of the campaign with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Moroka Swallows. -
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Moroka Swallows captain, Lefa Tsutsulupa, has backed Dube Birds to put one over Mamelodi Sundowns tonight.
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2014/2015 PSL Fixtures The draw for the opening weekend of the 2014/15 Absa Premiership Season was conducted at the PSL offices in Parktown yesterday morning. The opening round of the 2014/2015 season will take place on the weekend of 8-10 August. A fixture between Free State Stars and Kaizer Chiefs will start of the 2014/2015 PSL season, while there will be the original Soweto Derby between Orlando Pirates and Moroka Swallows. AmaZulu will be facing Ajax Cape Town, and Mpumalanga Black Aces will be up against Bloemfontein Celtic. Polokwane City will meet University of Pretoria, and a repeat of last season's final game will see Mamelodi Sundowns take on Maritzburg United. PSL returnees, Chippa United, face a baptism of fire against Platinum Stars. In a potential thriller, Nedbank Cup finalists, Wits, will do battle against Supersport United. 2014/2015 PSL fixtures: · Free State Stars vs Kaizer Chiefs · Orlando Pirates vs Moroka Swallows · AmaZulu vs Ajax Cape Town · Mpumalanga Black Aces vs Bloemfonte ...
Gauteng Challenge (saturday): Moroka Swallows v Mamelodi Sundowns Moripe Stadium (10:00). Moroka Swallows will showcase new players, including three from Europe: Obren Cuckovic (31): goalkeeper (FC 'Mladost' Podgorica, Montenegro in Serbia), Vladimir Mandic (27): midfielder (Slovenia) and Boris Savic (26): central defender (Rudar Prijedor, Bosnia & Herzegovina). Final match will be played by the winner between The Birds & The Brazilians v the winner between Supersport United & University of Pretoria
For Cristiano Ronaldo to win a World Cup, he must be a Spanish Citizen for an African Country to win a World Cup, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, France and Brazil must Not play for South Africa to Qualify and play at the World Cup, they must always Host it . . For Mamelodi Sundowns to win the MTN8, Platinum Stars, Moroka Swallows and Orlando Pirates must be knocked out for Orlando Pirates to win the League . . . . . Black Leopards & Goldern Arrows must Comeback to the PSL :v
Mamelodi Sundowns have signed Asavela Mbekile from Moroka Swallows... Bigup Kaboyellow Management that boy is a Gem...
Local MAHEVHEHEVHE (Rumours) & More Updates (PSL & NFD) ● Asavela Mbekile business manager Tim Sukazi says his client’s move to Mamelodi Sundowns was not motivated by money. The midfielder penned a four-year deal today after just one season with Moroka Swallows. “An outstanding player will always cherish the opportunity to test his ability against the best. This is what a move to Sundowns will offer Mbekile after an outstanding first season at Swallows." ● Newly promoted PSL side Chippa United are still in talks with Zambian forward Christopher Katongo about him joining the club. The 31-year-old is expected to sign a two-year contract with the Chilli Boys and it had earlier been said that the two parties could finalise the deal today, but according to Chippa CEO Peter Koutrolis, negotiations are still ongoing. “He has not signed, but we are still talking.” ● Bloemfontein Celtic goalkeeper Thembalethu Moses will continue playing for the club next season after signing a new deal. The 32-year-o ...
Mamelodi Sundowns have announced the signing of midfield king-pin Asavela. Mbekile from Moroka Swallows on a...
:: "Mamelodi Sundowns have acquired the services of Asavela ‘Shooz’ Mbekile from Moroka Swallows.
Mamelodi Sundowns completed the signing of Asavela Mbekile from Moroka Swallows earlier today.
Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed the signing of midfield Asavela Mbekile from Moroka Swallows on a four years deal. {GOAL}
Former Chippa United and Moroka Swallows' midfielder, Asavela Mbekile has signed a four year deal with Mamelodi Sundowns.
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 ...
Mamelodi Sundowns lead race of signing Thabo Qalinge Mandla Masango & Skilled Philanni Cele likely to be loaned to Moroka Swallows after Dube Birds monitored two young players Talks are on going between Mthembu & Amakhosi More News to follow..!!
Transfer Romours Local - Steve Komphela is still currently in charge at the Team of Choice, but he remains strongly linked with a move to newly promoted Chippa United. -Tebogo Monyai has decided to extend his career by another year after initially considering retirement.The 34-year-old has been offered a new one-year contract with Tuks. -KickOff.comhas picked up that Free State Stars midfielder Katlego Mashego has approached club management as he seeks a move away from Ea Lla Koto.Already AmaZulu and Chippa United have raised a hand of interest in the speedy right winger. -Mamelodi Sundowns right-back Ramahlwe Mphahlele wants to remain at Chloorkop after helping the club win the League title.Mphahlele’s contract with Sundowns expires at the end of June, but the Brazilians have an option on the former Moroka Swallows man. -Free State Stars are set to complete a deal with Lesotho international, Thapelo Tale, who plays for FC Likhopo in the tiny Mountain Kingdom.The 25-year-old striker impressed Stars dur ...
Mamelodi Sundowns striker Edward Manqele, who spent a season on loan at Moroka Swallows, could be on the way out of Chloorkop before the new campaign gets underway. Manqele joined the Brazilians during the 2012/13 season after netting 14 goals for Free State Stars. But after a disappointing first season, the 25-year-old was farmed out to Swallows where he finished the season with 12 goals. However, the player is unlikely to stay at Sundowns when he returns next month. “Edward will return to Sundowns because the problem is that he has already expressed his desire to leave,” a Downs official tells “At Sundowns if a player doesn’t want to play for us, we don’t force them to stay; they have to leave and play football where they will happy. Same goes with Thami Sangweni who has already told us that he wants to leave. All in all, both players are unlikely to stay.” The Dube Birds have already made it clear that they will not retain the player as they can’t afford his salary and this l ...
Sundowns still mulling over Henyekane and Manqele Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has yet to decide the futures of Richard Henyekane and Edward Manqele, who are set to return to the Brazilians but are still not sure of their safety Mamelodi Sundowns loaned the pair out to Free State Stars and Moroka Swallows respectively and both enjoyed reasonable success away from Chloorkop. Henyekane managed seven goals from his 14 games with Stars, while Manqele went one better, scoring eight from his 18 games with the Birds. But Mosimane is remaining coy on whether either player will return for good to Sundowns. "The coach is not going to make decisions in the next few days, Sundowns won the PSL and they want to celebrate," a source told Goal today. "Edward and Richard had good seasons and they have done well at their clubs. Maybe they will be offered a role in the team, maybe not, who knows?" Bafana Ba Style did well with their three strikers this season, with Katlego Mashego, Cuthbert Malajila and Anthony Laffor doin ...
As a young boy growing up in Eastern Cape in a small town called Lady Frere, was very crazy about football that was dreaming of playing for a big team like Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns, Jomo Cosmos or Moroka Swallows one day so that I can be famous, have a beautiful house, drive a fancy car with a beautiful wife and my own family. But I thank God that all those dreams couldn't work out, had they worked out may be I wouldn't have accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Saviour of my life. May be I could have been one of those gifted famous football stars like Jabu Pule, the late Gift Leremi and Scara Ngobese, Steve Lekoelea, Patrick Mbutho who had so much talent and money but now they are nowhere to be found. I'm just so in love with my Jesus Christ that I wouldn't exchange Him for anything in the world and no amount of wealth can substitute for Him!
If clubs were Politicians: 1. Kaizer Chiefs - Nelson Mandela: Old, well known and respected. 2. Moroka Swallows - Jacob Zuma: Full of promises but fails to deliver. 3. Mamelodi Sundowns - Thabo Mbeki: Respected in Africa but sluted by those who think thy r better. 4. Ajax Cape Town - Helen Zille: Plenty potential but out of touch with Mzansi. 5. Supersport United - Kgalema Motlanthe: Rose to the top an came tumbling down. 6. Platinum Stars - Mosiuoa Lekota: Great plans to fight the big guns but not strong enough to topple them. 7. Golden Arrows - Mamphela Ramphela: A pure joke. 8. Orlando Pirates - Julius Malema/Bantu Holomisa: Thought they were powerful an better than everyone until thy were brought down wit a thud. 9. Free State Stars - Mangosuthu Buthelezi: Just hanging in there. 10. Maritzburg United - Zanele Magwaza Msibi: U dn't knw who thy r until u meet them... Gud aftrnon Comrades!
Teams in Cup last 16: Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns, Moroka Swallows, Supersport United, Platinum Stars, Golden Arrows, Amazulu, Maritzburg United, Bidvest Wits, African Warriors, Witbank Spurs, Milano United. Other games will be played on Wednesday and the winners will joins the above teams in the last 16.
Bidvest Wits head into Saturday’s opening round of the Nedbank Cup with a trump card in their pack, in the form of wily coach Gavin Hunt, who joined at the beginning of the season. Hunt is the only coach to have lifted the country’s premier knockout cup title twice, with his first triumph now a decade ago, when he won the trophy while at Moroka Swallows. The 49-year-old then went on to taste success again in 2012, when his Supersport United outfit beat Mamelodi Sundowns in the final, capping a season of ups and downs for the Cape Town-born former defender. Furthermore, Hunt and his Matsatsantsa reached the final in last year’s edition, where Kaizer Chiefs edged United to lift the trophy en route to completing a league and cup double. No stranger to the competition, Hunt will be wary of Saturday’s round of 32 opponents, AmaBEE, who have had little to no introduction to Hunt and his newly-assembled Wits outfit. Based in Tembisa, near Pretoria, AmaBEE qualified for the tournament from the Gauteng Saf ...
WHO CAN CATCH BERNITO? Their seems to be only one likely winner in the race for the Absa Premiership Golden BootBernard Parker – but there are several players who could still have a say in the matter. Last season Parker was also a front-runner after the first part of the season but endured a few slow scoring patches throughout 2012/13, yet still ended as the joint top scorer with 13 League goals, tied with Katlego Mashego, then of Moroka Swallows. This season the Chiefs ace is three goals ahead of his next closest challengers – Mashego again, this time in Mamelodi Sundowns colours, and Swallows' on-loan striker Edward Manqele, who are on six goals apiece. Manqele's tally is bloated by the hat-trick he scored against Mpumalang Black Aces back on 30 August, as the former Free State Stars striker is in a bit of a poor run of form of late. Interestingly, four midfielders (on paper at least) are on five goals each – Lebogang Manyama, Lerato Chabangu, Robert Ng'ambi and Thanduyise Khuboni (all five p ...
Sundowns pick up PSL quarterly prize Following their 1-0 victory against Orlando Pirates on Saturday night, Mamelodi Sundowns were crowned winners of the Absa Premiership Quarter One Mamelodi Sundowns won Q-Innovation’s first Quarter with 17 points. Orlando Pirates can still reach 16 points in the last match of the Quarter, but Sundowns are now beyond reach and will walk away with the R1, 5 million prize. Since the introduction of Q-Innovation last season, Mamelodi Sundowns have never won a Quarter before Saturday night. Only Kaizer Chiefs and Platinum Stars have claimed Q-Innovation prizes (Kaizer Chiefs have won three quarters while Platinum Stars have won two). Before the weekend, Supersport United were on top of the Q1 log with 15 points from eight games. They were followed by Moroka Swallows with the same number of points, but an inferior goal deference. However, Saturday night’s victory against Orlando Pirates parachuted the Brazilians to the summit of Q1 with 17 points. A lot was at stake when ...
"Kaizer Chiefs continue their pursuit of Mamelodi Sundowns' record for most consecutive PSL wins when they take on Soweto neighbours Moroka Swallows tonight. Chiefs have won seven games on the trot, leaving them four short of Downs' unmatched run. The Brazilians achieved the feat between January and April 2007 as Gordon Igesund led them to the league title. Amakhosi will need to beat Swallows, Supersport United, Maritzburg United, Bloemfontein Celtic and Platinum Stars to better the mark. Chiefs have some cause for hope against Swallows, a side they have dominated in recent times. The teams drew 1-1 in the first round in August, but before that the Glamour Boys registered six straight victories against the Birds dating back to 2010. Aside from Downs’ remarkable run, Bidvest Wits won nine games in a row between January and March 2003 under Roger De Sa, while Trott Moloto’s Umtata Bush Bucks started the first PSL season in 1997 with eight consecutive wins inside the first 10 matches."
ZIFA’S failure to tie Warriors coach Ian Gorowa to a long-term contract could return to haunt them amid revelations that the South African Football Association are considering an audacious bid to lure the former Zimbabwe international for the Bafana Bafana job. Gorowa’s stock has risen dramatically after the former Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns coach guided the Warriors to a GOROWA FOR BAFANA BAFANA? The Warriors, making their third successive appearance at the Chan tournament, fell 0-1 to Nigeria in the third-place play-off but not before their gallant showing and Gorowa’s tactical astuteness had charmed Safa bosses, including their president Danny Jordaan, and Fifa president Sepp Blatter. It is the first time that the Warriors have gone beyond the group stages of any tournament run under the auspices of the Confederation of African Football. And their heroic showing has not gone unnoticed with some of their best players on show such as midfielder Kuda Mahachi, striker Simbarashe Sithole of ...
Please,this is not a Heavenly Father Prayer.its Amakhosi Prayer,please dnt be confused. Our father who art in Naturena,hallowed be thy PSL,thy winning thy 3 points come,thy will be done in Dobsenville as it was done @ Loftus Stadium,give us Moroka Swallows as our daily bread,and forgive us for beating Mamelodi Sundowns,as we forgive Pirates for stealing our Majoro,even though they will get him in July,and lead us not to steal other teams players but sign them legally like Maluleke and Mphela,and make us happy forever and ever Amen. Ke sona style seo.
*STOLEN* DID U KNOW, If the Absa Premier Soccer League were a classroom then.: • Ajax Cape Town is the boy who works so hard throughout the year but still fails exams. • Mamelodi Sundowns is the rich spoilt child who purchases all the expensive books but doesn't read. • Supersport United is the student proud of the academic achievements of his grandfather. • Orlando Pirates is the OLD student that never reads but is always lucky to pass tests. • Kaizer Chiefs IS ALWAYS THE BEST STUDENT IN CLASS AND OTHER STUDENTS HATE HIM FOR HIS ACHIEVEMENTS.• Bloemfontein Celtic is the student who has spent 5 years in the same class. • Jomo Cosmos is there to help other students do their work but fails to do his. • Free State Stars is the student who is always good with poems but knows nothing about books. • Bidvest Wits is the student who knows too much, passes all the extra mural activities but still fails to pass. • Moroka Swallows is the old student in class with a good teacher, always pr ...
was probably the busiest PSL transfer deadline day in recent history! Here is a timeline of all the major moves that happened Yesterday. • 8:00 office open! • 9:47 – Bloemfontein Celtic are on the verge of signing defender Davies Nkausu from Supersport United. • 9:30 – AmaZulu defender Marc van Heerden is leaving for Portugal this evening to undergo a trial with Swedish club Orebro SK. • 10.02 – DONE DEAL: Ajax Cape Town agree to release Thato Mokeke to Supersport United in this transfer window. • 10:36 – Moroka Swallows decide against signing ex-Supersport United midfielder Senzo Ndlovu due to financial constraints. • 11:23 – Orlando Pirates rule out a move for Platinum Stars midfielder Issa Sarr. • 12:03 – DONE DEAL: Ajax Cape Town secure the signature of Zimbabwe. international Simba Sithole on a two-year contract. • 12:35 – Thabo Nthethe's move to Mamelodi Sundowns from Bloemfontein Celtic is only hanging on the transfer fee. • 13:04 – DONE DEAL: Thabo Nthethe complet ...
Chiefs move ten points clear 31 January 2014, 23:10 Kaizer Chiefs further entrenched their position at the top of the Absa Premiership with a 2-0 win over Soweto rivals Moroka Swallows at the Dobsonville Stadium on Friday night. Goals from Zimbabwe duo Kingston Nkhatha and Knowledge Musona secured the Amakhosi an eighth successive league victory – the first time the Soweto giants have won eight successive games in a single PSL season. Stuart Baxter’s team now sit a full 10 points ahead of second-placed Supersport United (who defeated University of Pretoria in a match played simultaneously in Tshwane) though third- placed Mamelodi Sundowns (11 points behind) do have two games in hand on the leaders. Chiefs flew out of the starting blocks and opened the scoring in just the fourth minute of the match. Siphiwe Tshabalala put Kingston Nkhatha clean through on goal and the striker guided a low shot beyond goalkeeper Greg Etafia to make it 1-0. Swallows were rocked by the early goal and could have been two d ...
Mphela move to Chiefs done in time Katlego Mphela is moving to Kaizer Chiefs from Mamelodi Sundowns after successfully negotiations to pay out the last six months of his contract before he joins AmaKhosi permanently next season, his agents said. It ends weeks on intense discussion over the future of 29-year-old striker between the two rivals and means Mphela is immediately eligible for Chiefs although highly unlikely to be suited up to play on Friday night when the log leaders go up against Moroka Swallows in the Absa Premiership. Mphela had already signed a pre-contract with the champions for next season but Chiefs have tried to get him on their books earlier. Initially they had hoped to sign him before the January 15 deadline for the upcoming African Champions League campaign but Sundowns first balked at the move. But the club softened their stance on the final day of the transfer window and Mphela’s registration with his new club was completed with just hours to spare in the transfer window, which cl ...
Moroka Swallows - Kaizer Chiefs Preview: AmaKhosi to set new record Chiefs matched their own record of seven straight wins set during the 1999/00 season last week Thursday, and they could set a new PSL record with victory at Swallows tonight Kaizer Chiefs could go eleven points clear off second placed Mamelodi Sundowns with victory over Moroka Swallows when the two Soweto clubs meet on Friday night. AmaKhosi have recorded seven straight wins going into this encounter, and they at times look unstoppable. However, Swallows have made it their mission to try and put an end to their winning streak as they also look to strengthen their position in the PSL standings. The Dube Birds started the season with a bang, but a number of factors such as suspensions and injuries to key players derailed their progress toward the end of the first half of the season. They are now 6th on the PSL log, 11 points behind log leaders and opponents Kaizer Chiefs, but they have a chance to close the gap to eight points. There are a ...
Maybe it's time for Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns to merger and become one team, who knows maybe they will win the league this year.
Zimbabwe coach Ian Gorowa admitted it was more relief than excitement when his team finally got a goal at the African Nations Championship on Monday to book a quarter-final place. The former Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns coach had suffered through two goalless draws in Zimbabwe’s opening two Group B matches in which they fluffed a myriad of goal scoring chances against Uganda and Morocco. But a headed goal from Masimba Mambare in the second half of their last group game on Monday ensured a 1-0 win over Burkina Faso, second place in the standings and a quarter-final tie against Mali. “I was very emotional when it went in. It was a big relief, much more relief than exultation. We had been playing so well it wouldn’t have been fair if we hadn’t gone through,” said Gorowa as his side now prepared for Saturday’s meeting at the Cape Town Stadium. “Finally we’ve broken the duck. We can still do a lot better and when I say better I mean in terms of scoring. But I see progress, we are becom ...
Chiefs wait on Downs for Manqele and Mphela Kaizer Chiefs are still chasing Mamelodi Sundowns striker Edward Manqele, while they have reiterated their desire to utilise Katlego Mphela this season. Chiefs have approached Sundowns regarding the availability of Manqele, who is currently on loan at Moroka Swallows. The Brazilians, however, have yet to respond to the Soweto giants on this matter, according to Amakhosi Football Manager Bobby Motaung. "We have made it public and made our intentions known to Sundowns that we are interested in Manqele," says Motaung. "He belongs to Sundowns and they have to make a call on whether to accept or not to our request but unfortunately we haven’t had any response on that aspect from the club. "We have written official letters and proposals to them but nothing has come through as a response so we have had to respect that." -
17 Jan 2014 11:07:00 AM Kaizer Chiefs have not given up on getting Edward Manqele from Mamelodi Sundowns in January, Goal discovers The Naturena based side want to get the Sundowns striker, who is on loan at Moroka Swallows. Chiefs need him this January, according to a reliable source at the club, that they want to have him before the registration deadline. "The team is still in talks with Sundowns and they won't give up until all avenues are exposed and they get the player. I don't know if it will work, but they are working hard to have him," said the Goal source. Asked for comment Chiefs communications manager Vina Maphosa said Sundowns have not been responding to their request. "We made a request to Sundowns, but they haven't responded so we can't say much on that," Maphosa said.
Edward Manqele will lead the line for Bafana Bafana in this afternoon's African Nations Championship clash with Mali at Cape Town Stadium. The Mamelodi Sundowns man, who is on loan at Moroka Swallows, will start ahead of Downs teammate Katlego Mashego in one of four changes made by coach Gordon Igesund from the 3-1 win over Mozambique at the weekend. Platinum Stars pair Vuyo Mere and Lindokuhle Mbatha, and Bidvest Wits midfielder Matty Pattison also come into the team at the expense of Bryce Moon, Lerato Chabangu and Sibusiso Vilakazi respectively. Bafana XI vs Mali Itumeleng Khune, Vuyo Mere, Thabo Nthethe, Buhle Mkhwanazi, Thato Mokeke, Lindokuhle Mbatha, Hlompho Kekana, Matthew Pattison, Siphiwe Tshabalala, Bernard Parker, Edward Manqele.
Libya and COSAFA side Mozambique are set for a warm-up game in Johannesburg today before they both leave Gauteng for their respective CHAN 2014 headquarters. It will be Libya’s first warm-up since arriving in Mzansi but Mozambique played Jomo Cosmos on Saturday. The Mambas were supposed to meet the Democratic Republic of Congo but they pulled out of the game because they had just seven players available. Cosmos are the former club of Mozambique coach Joao Chissano. The match finished 1-1. The Mambas will depart for Cape Town after the match to take on South Africa in Saturday’s opening match. Libya are in Group C, along with Ghana, Ethiopia and Congo. They are based at Bloemfontein’s Free State Stadium. Meanwhile, Zimbabwe’s players will go into the CHAN 2014 tournament with a positive attitude, according to their coach Ian Gorowa. The former Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns boss says they are fired up for the tournament, where they will be based in Group B in Cape Town. “All the teams ther ...
Bhele Nomvete says Edward Manqele leaving will be another 'massive blow' for Moroka Swallows.
Mamelodi Sundowns say Edward Manqele is welcome to move to Kaizer Chiefs – providing the offer is right. The 26-year-old is currently on loan at Moroka Swallows, where he has netted eight times so far. That form has prompted interest from Chiefs, while the likes of Orlando Pirates are also reportedly eyeing the situation. Sundowns insist they will not keep hold of an unhappy player, but that the offer must match their valuation. “We will not stand in the player’s way and as long as Kaizer Chiefs’ offer is a good one, Manqele can join them,” the Brazilians’ communications co-ordinator Thulani Thuswa tells “We would never stand in anyone’s way; if he wants to be at Sundowns then fine, but if not then it’s fine too. ALSO READ: 'Bhele exit may hurt Swallows' “If you are a Sundowns player it’s more than a contract. We signed Manqele because we knew he is a good player and we are happy that he is doing well and proving why we bought him.” Pirates, however, insist they are no ...
Following their bid to sign on-loan Moroka Swallows striker, Edward Manqele, from his original team Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs Media and Corporate Communications Manager Vina Maphosa confirmed that the club will put the talks on hold until Monday when they return to their Naturena offices. "I don't know anything for now, but I will know something regarding that when we return to the office next week Monday," Maphosa told ezweninews Chiefs already lost the bid to sign Lebogang Manyama of Ajax Cape Town after the 23-year-old signed for Supersport United.
Bafana Bafana's CHAN Group A matches (Cape Town Stadium): Mozambique (11 January), Mali (15 Jan) & Nigeria (19 Jan). All 15 players selected from Moroka Swallows, Mamelodi Sundowns, Bloemfontein Celtic, Pretoria University & Platinum Stars have arrived for camp. Kaizer Chiefs states that their players will only join other players at the camp after Bafana Bafana's three Group A matches. Wits University refuses to release their players (including Moeneeb Josephs who has indicated that he wished to be selected to play for Bafana Bafana again). Good luck Bafana Bafana!
Bobby Motaung has confirmed that Kaizer Chiefs have begun negotiating for Supersport United's George Maluleka, and they have also made an offer to Mamelodi Sundowns for Edward Manqele. Talking to the Kaizer Chiefs' official website, Motaung also said that they Lebogang Manyama had been a transfer target, but the player was not interested in joining the Amakhosi. Motaung said, "We wanted to sign Manyama from Ajax Cape Town. We followed all protocols and agreed with Ajax on a deal to engage Lebohang Manyama through his agent. "The deal fell through as the player showed no interest to join us. We respected that and it is within his own right to play for the team of his choice. "The matter of Edward Manqele now rests with his Club, Mamelodi Sundowns. We have submitted our proposals and also extended our engagement to Moroka Swallows, where the player is currently on loan. "We offered them one or two of our quality players as part of the deal to bring Manqele to Naturena. We are waiting for Sundowns to decide ...
Kaizer Chiefs has promised to loan 2 players to Moroka Swallows should the deal of Manqele work into their favour..Mamelodi Sundowns seem reluctant to sell Manqele if Pitso Mosimane (s)utterances is anything to go by#
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has appealed to Moroka Swallows and Kaizer Chiefs to show his team respect with regards to their statements in the media about Edward Manqele.
Moroka Swallows coach Zeca Marques insists the club need to start working on a replacement for Edward Manqele immediately as the forward prepares to join Kaizer Chiefs. The Dube Birds are expected to lose the Mamelodi Sundowns loanee to Amakhosi in the January transfer period, with the defending PSL champions keen to add to their options ahead of a hectic fixture list in the New Year. And Marques insists Swallows need to accept the fact Manqele will be leaving, and starting make inroads to bringing in a potential replacement. - D.S
Moroka Swallows have climbed to fourth place on the PSL log standings after they defeated Polokwane City 2-1 at the Dobsonville Stadium on Wednesday night. Edward Manqele and Rudi Isaacs were on the scoresheet for Swallows whilst Pulane Tlolane scored for the away side. Swallows took the lead early on after some fine passing and finishing in one move. Midfielder Lerato Chabangu dispossessed the ball in midfield off City, then laid a fantastic through ball for Manqele for his seventh league goal of the season, 1-0. Manqele could have got his second goal of the match in the 30th minute when he did well to fend off his markers and then unleashed a powerful shot on the edge of the box which went just wide of goal. Ten minutes later City could have added to their woes when defender Thapelo Tshilo nearly scored an own goal. In his attempt to clear the ball the former Jomo Cosmos and Mamelodi Sundowns defender stuck out at a leg and wrong footed the keeper, luckily for the away side the ball just went over the b ...
Chiefs Keen On Manqele Kaizer Chiefs have rekindled their interest in signing Edward Manqele, 18 months after they lost out on him to Mamelodi Sundowns. The Amakhosi had attempted to land the 26-year-old from Free State Stars after his impressive breakthrough season in the PSL back in 2012, however they were ultimately outbid by the Brazilians and he was on his way to Chloorkop. Read: Sundowns Land Manqele However, an unsuccessful season in Tshwane meant that Manqele was loaned out to Moroka Swallows at the start of the 2013/14 campaign, and he has since gone on to score five PSL goals for them. Now, with The Glamour Boys looking to bolster their ranks ahead of next year’s CAF Champions League, they are in the market for a new striker, with both Manqele and Katlego ‘Killer’ Mphela known to be on their list of targets. It remains to be seen whether Sundowns would be willing to part with either of the strikers to a fellow PSL title rival, however Mphela would be able to sign a pre-contract next month, ...
After about 12 rounds of football, just under halfway through the season, the top scorers’ list is looking tight – and promising. Top of the list, where he is quite used to being after losing out to Katlego Mashego at the death last season, is Kaizer Chiefs hitman Bernard Parker. ‘Hond’ has 10 starts and one sub for Amakhosi this season, and has managed to bang in six League goals so far. Breathing down his neck on five goals, however, are Moroka Swallows trio Siyabonga Nomvete, Lerato Chabangu and Edward Manqele, as well as Mamelodi Sundowns forward Cuthbert Malajila. ‘Bhele’ has achieved his goals in 12 starts, Malajila 11 starts, while Manqele has nine starts and two subs. The only midfielder in the group, ‘All You Need Is Love’ Chabangu, has scored his five in 11 starts.
Mzansi Diski Updates| News Moroka Swallows player Asavela Mbekile, who was kicked in the face by Khama Billiat, says he is not upset at the Mamelodi Sundowns winger. Billiat kicked Mbekile on his face during Moroka Swallows’ League match against Mamelodi Sundowns , although referee Lwandile Mfiki failed to send him off. Birds coach Zeca Marques was fuming after the match, condemning the refereeing and insisting: "There are different rules for different teams..." Last week Kaizer Chiefs defender Morgan Gould received a two-match ban after punching Wits University player Getaneh Kebede in the neck. During the match, Gould was not sent off and only received a ban and fine after the PSL reviewed the referee’s decision a few weeks later. However, according to Mbekile there was nothing malicious about Billiat’s kick.
Mamelodi Sundowns fan favourite, Teko Modise, is back in the thick of things. Before Sunday’s encounter against Moroka Swallows, the 30-year- old midfielder had last played against Polokwane City and was dropped for the games against Free State Stars and the University of Pretoria, with Pitso Mosimane preferring to start with Bongani Zungu. However, the former Bafana Bafana international seems to have worked his way back into the team. He started against the Dube Birds as Sundowns won 2-1 to stay top of the table.
Nyandoro returns to Sundowns December 3, 2013 in Soccer, Sport AT a time when all news at Mamelodi Sundowns is all about Khama Billiat, veteran midfielder Esrom Nyandoro quietly returned to the South African Premiership football leaders over the weekend in their 2-1 win over Moroka Swallows. Zimbabweans Abroad with wellington Toni Sidelined by injury since the start of the season, the 33-year-old veteran midfield enforcer has been working on his return, but found the going tough breaking into the first eleven as coach Pitso Mosimane was worried about changing a winning team. But as the saying goes, when the going gets tough, the tough get going, Nyandoro found himself fortifying the Sundowns’ midfield when coming in from the bench for Jabu Shongwe in the 63rd minute in the win. Nyandoro was heavily involved in delivering Sundowns’ last two league trophies in 2006 and 2007, but has seen a trophy drought hit the Brazilians camp, which also has legendary former Warriors skipper Peter Ndlovu as team manag ...
Lerato Chabangu scored his trademark goal from a free kick as 10-man Moroka Swallows suffered a 2-1 defeat to Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday
No love lost between Katlego Mashego and his former club as he helps Mamelodi Sundowns beat Moroka Swallows
Mashego sinks Birds to send Downs top 01 Dec 2013 17:41:33 Katlego Mashego came back to hurt his former team Moroka Swallows as he scored a brace to lead Mamelodi Sundowns to a 2-1 win over the Birds at the Loftus Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Lerato Chabangu scored a late goal for the away team. The first 20 minutes were quiet, as traffic in the midfield meant that there weren’t any clear cut chances in front of goal. Swallows had two free kick attempts in that period, but Chabangu saw his first attempt easily saved by Kennedy Mweene while the second went high of goal. Dikgang Mabalane had a good crack at the ball in the 26th minute when Sundowns failed to clear their lines from Swallows’ corner kick. The ball fell to the Former Orlando Pirates winger, who unleashed a ferocious volley, but the ball went narrowly wide of goal. The game sprang into life after the half hour mark. Chabangu had an opportunity to put his side ahead when he shot straight at Mweene from a one-on-one opportunity. A minute late ...
Mamelodi Sundowns 2-1 Moroka Swallows: Downs shoot Birds down A brace from Katlego Mashego was enough for Sundowns return to the summit of the PSL log at the expense of Moroka Swallows in Tshwane
Moroka Swallows coach Zeca Marques and his Mamelodi Sundowns counterpart Pitso Mosimane had differing views following their League match on Sunday afternoon.
Mashego brace sinks Swallows 01 December By SAPA Pretoria – A brace from Mamelodi Sundowns striker Katlego Mashego guided his team to a comfortable 2-1 victory over Moroka Swallows in a Premiership clash at Loftus Versfeld on Sunday afternoon. Mashego scored either side of half-time against his former team, as Sundowns consolidated top spot in the league standings, which puts them two points ahead of next best Kaizer Chiefs. Lerato Chabangu pulled a goal back late in the second half from a stunning free-kick, but it was not enough, as Sundowns held on for all three points. The hosts struggled to find their rhythm early on as Swallows' robust defensive effort quelled all of the Brazilians' visits into the opposing half. Chances were hard to come by for either teams, as Cuthbert Malajila, Teko Modise and Khama Billiat all enjoyed plenty of possession in the opening 25 minutes, but managed few attempts on goal. For Swallows, Chabangu was looking lively in the middle of the field, while Siyabonga Nomvethe a ...
Full time | (43' 61' Mashego) Mamelodi Sundowns 2 : 1 Moroka Swallows (88' Chabangu) Man of the Match: Katlego Mashego
Mamelodi Sundowns host Moroka Swallows on Sunday afternoon in a top of the table Absa Premiership clash at Loftus Stadium.
Moroka Swallows have confirmed their loan agreement with Mamelodi Sundowns prohibits leading striker Edward Manqele from playing in Sunday’s Absa Premiership match at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria.
Last season Moroka Swallows did a league ‘double’ over Mamelodi Sundowns, winning 2 - 0 at home & 1 - 0 away. What do you foresee this afternoon?
Top two, Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows, will lock horns in an appetizing Absa Premiership encounter at Loftus Stadium on Sunday afternoon, kick-off at 15h30.
Mamelodi Sundowns will square off against Moroka Swallows at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium this afternoon.
Tonight onwith will chat to Moroka Swallows tactician Zeca Marques ahead of their clash with Mamelodi Sundowns
Fixtures to look out for this saturday and sunday: Kaizer Chiefs v Free State Stars ; Orlando Pirates v Bloem Celtic ; Mamelodi Sundowns v Moroka Swallows and Atletic Bilbao v Barcelona. Predictions please
Billiat fitness worry 2013-11-29 IN-FORM Khama Billiat will face a late fitness test ahead of Mamelodi Sundowns' league fixture against high flyers Moroka Swallows this weekend. The midfield dynamo injured an ankle in a friendly match against Bloemfontein Celtic last Sunday, casting doubts over his availability for the Absa Premiership clash. Log leaders Sundowns host Swallows at Loftus Versfeld on Sunday. Kickoff is at 3.30pm. Though the team doctor is yet to clear him, Billiat, says he feels OK and would play if included in the matchday squad. "I'm no longer in pain. Actually, it's not that bad now and I think I'll be fine for Sunday," Billiat said yesterday. "We haven't played a league match in a while, but I'm quite confident I will be up to the challenge against Swallows. "They are a good, balanced team made up of experienced players. Their position on the log reflects the hard work they have been putting in," he said. The Zimbabwean international has hit scintillating form this season as he consiste ...
Bernard Parker’s brace for Kaizer Chiefs last night took him back to the top of the Absa Premiership goalscoring standings. Parker scored twice in the 4-1 victory over Polokwane City to take his tally to six this season and outright lead in the scorers race at just past the one-third mark in the season. The Bafana Bafana forward is now one ahead of a trio of players – veteran Siyabonga Nomvete and Edward Manqele from Moroka Swallows, as well as Cuthbert Malajila at Mamelodi Sundowns. Who do you think will finish top scorer in the league this season?
A tough away schedule is awaiting us this coming Sunday. All de Best to Moroka Swallows against Mamelodi Sundowns.
I say Swallows will win Yeah - Mamelodi Sundowns v Moroka Swallows. Vote who will win?
Mamelodi Sundowns' games against Kaizer Chiefs and Moroka Swallows have been re-scheduled
The PSL has moved forward the match against Moroka Swallows and also set a date for the match against Kaizer Chiefs, below are the confirmed match details; Mamelodi Sundowns Vs. Moroka Swallows 30 November 2013 - Loftus Stadium Mamelodi Sundowns Vs. Kaizer Chiefs 11 December 2013 - Loftus Stadium For more information make sure to log onto our website;
The arrival of the current international break comes with the Absa Premiership season a little under a third of the way through for most teams. Mamelodi Sundowns lead the championship by two points over Supersport United, while bottom of the log is propped up by Orlando Pirates, who have only played three games due to their CAF Champions League schedule. Let us takes a look at some of the important numbers from the campaign so far. 1 - There has been just one hat-trick so far this season and that was scored by Edward Mnqele in round three. The Moroka Swallows forward, on loan from Sundowns, netted all the goals in a 3-1 win over Mpumalanga Black Aces in Dobsonville. 5 - the number of goals scored by the top-scorer in the competition thus far, Cuthbert Malajila. The Zimbabwean, who was signed by Mamelodi Sundowns from Maritzburg United in the off season, is one strike ahead of Moroka Swallows pair Siyabonga Nomvethe and Mnqele, as well as Kaizer Chiefs front-man Bernard Parker. 5 - only two goalkeepers hav ...
Le bua haholo shem! They say Dr Irvin Khoza is a Moroka Swallows supporter but owns Orlando Pirates. Kanti don't they know, Jomo Sono, Patrice Motsepe and Kaizer Motaung support Pirates but they own their teams Jomo Cosmos, Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs respectively? 5 Skipas DUMELA!
The PSL’s Most Fouled Earlier today the Siya crew looked at which players in the PSL commit the most fouls and now we look at which players are fouled the most. The crew took at look at our Soccer-Laduma stats in order to see which of the players in the PSL are fouled the most regularly and which team they play for. Somewhat surprisingly, it is two Ajax Cape Town players that top the list as the most fouled, with Franklin Cale and Granwald Scott both being fouled, on average, three times per game. Bloemfontein Celtic man, John Arwuah, closely follows the pair with 2.75 per game, while Lerato Chabangu, of Moroka Swallows, is fouled around 2.7 times on average in the PSL. Fifth on the list is Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Khama Billiat, who is illegally halted 2.63 times. Interestingly, looking at the top 25 most fouled players in the PSL, only four, Chabangu, Billiat, Tsepo Masilela and Innocent Mdledle are from the current top three teams in the league. Masilela, of Kaizer Chiefs, is fouled 1.91 times pe ...
Moroka Swallows striker Edward Manqele has spoken of his desire to leave Mamelodi Sundowns before the ...
Moroka Swallows striker Edward Manqele conceded that he 'regret' his move to Mamelodi Sundowns the past season.
Today’s wrap of news around teams competing in the Telkom Knockout competition takes in Orlando Pirates, Ajax Cape Town, Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows.
bumped into a Mamelodi Sundowns official on Monday after they signed Khama Billiat and he declared: “We are done signing”. Platinum Stars’ Senzo Mazingisa also confirmed recently that the club is satisfied with their six new signings. But most clubs are still on the lookout for players to bolster their respective squads. So who else is in line to join a club before the transfer window closes on August 30? As reported, Moroka Swallows have made an offer to midfielder Gert Schalkwyk who has been on trial. The Dube Birds are waiting for his response. Malawi sensation Hellings ‘Gabadinho’ Mhango has reportedly returned to South Africa for transfer talks. He was on trial at AmaZulu, Bloemfontein Celtic and Free State Stars some weeks ago. The agent of highly-rated Nigerian striker Gambo Mohammed claims to have held talks with both Orlando Pirates and Bloemfontein Celtic. Celtic, however, have been looking at four strikers: Terror Fanteni, Diyo Sibisi, Letsie Koapeng and Moeketsi Mvula. Ce ...
New Moroka Swallows forward Edward Manqele reveals that he was not given a fair chance at Mamelodi Sundowns.
Katlego Mashego moved from Moroka Swallows to Mamelodi Sundowns I think Pitso Mosimane is building that old Super Sports United again
Moroka Swallows are trying to land Thami Sangweni and Samuel Julies on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns.
Soccer 6 team news: Katlego Mashego has made the switch from Moroka Swallows to Mamelodi Sundowns and could play today at Bloem Celtic.
Mamelodi Sundowns are still hoping to sign Katlego Mashego from Moroka Swallows.
MZANSI DISKI FOOTBALL NEWS • Former Orlando Pirates defender Robyn Johannes is in discussion with Maritzburg United with the hope of signing. Johannes joined Orlando Pirates from Mamelodi Sundowns in 2010 and spent the 2011/12 season on loan at Golden Arrows. - • Chippa United have made a good offer to keep coach Mark Harrison with the team next season. The Englishman is on holiday at the moment in his home country, and he is still considering the Chilli Boys’ offer, despite being linked with the Platinum Stars coaching job . - • Former Orlando Pirates midfielder Mark Mayambela is edging closer to a move to Moroka Swallows. Mayambela is training with Swallows in the hope to impress the technical team after leaving Pirates recently. Proffesor, who failed to live up to expectations since joining Bucs few seasons ago, has done well and impressed Swallows coach Zeca Marques and should get a contract soon. - • Burkina Faso defender Paul Koulibaly’s move to the PSL is increasingly becoming a reality ...
Soccer Times Late PSL Headlines *Lebogang Manyama’s potential move to Kaizer Chiefs could be back on, with Ajax Cape Town waiting on Mabhudi Khenyeza’s appeal.There were rumours circulating in recent months that the Amakhosi were keen to land the 22-year-old from Ajax *Mamelodi Sundowns are reportedly offering R7-million to of Hearts of Oak for their captain Mahatma Otoo.The big-spending PSL outfit will have to do some careful shuffling, however, considering the number of foreign players they already have on their books. ... *Lennox Bacela has passed his medical at Orlando Pirates and looks set to join the Soweto giants! * Former Orlando Pirates fan favourite, Mark Mayambela, started training with Moroka Swallows this morning and according to Birds coach, Zeca Marques, he is looking sharp.“I was impressed with Mark’s level of fitness. He looked sharp and focused at training this morning. * The University of Pretoria have revealed on the club's official website that they have promoted two youngster ...
Former Zimbabwe international Ian Gorowa’s name has become the latest to be added to the long list for the vacant Platinum Stars head coach job. Already several CVs from within the border and abroad have been piling up for the job at the Phokeng headquarters. Ian Palmer and Neil Tovey headline the list of local coaches being considered in the race to find the man to take over from Cavin Johnson. Gorowa is currently without a club after being elbowed out of the assistant coaching job at Ajax Cape Town in April when Muhsin Ertugral took over. The 41-year-old has lengthy coaching experience in South Africa, having started out as a development coach at Ajax in 2002 before moving on to the senior team two years later. He has also coached at Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns, where he also held several other posts within the club. Word reaching is that if Stars don’t keep Allan Freese – who served as assistant to Johnson – the club intends appointing someone who has previously coached in ...
-Swazi international Phinda ‘Phindrix’ Dlamini looks set to re-join his former team, Absa Premiership side University of Pretoria, after a fruitless spell at Jomo Cosmos. Dlamini, who was part of the ‘AmaTuks’ team which lost to Moroka Swallows in the Nedbank Cup final where he played alongside Andile Jali and Mthokosizi Yende, began training with the Pretoria side on Monday. His contract with ‘Ezenkosi’ expires on Sunday. -Letladi Madubanya has begun the latest chapter of his career having trained with his new AmaZulu teammates for the first time on Monday and says he is “feeling welcome”. -Moroka Swallows will welcome four new players to the team next season according to their communications manager Siya Sangweni. The Dube Birds, who have already lost the duo of David Mathebula and Bennett Chenene to Supersport United and Sibusiso Kumalo to Mamelodi Sundowns, will be looking to re-enforce their squad with high profile replacements. -Ajax Cape Town CEO George Comitis has downplayed the im ...
Papi Zothwane has been thrown a lifeline after being invited for trials by Moroka Swallows. The 32-year-old former Bafana Bafana midfielder has been without a club since being dumped by Mamelodi Sundowns last season. He was reportedly last seen coaching lower division side Maritzburg City. Swallows coach Zeca Marques will now take a look at the player before deciding whether to offer him a second chance. - • Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyasha Mushekwi and his agent Ralph Nkomo will depart for Europe this week for talks over a possible transfer. Clubs from Germany and Belgium have shown interest in the Zimbabwean striker. Mushekwi’s previous attempts to sign with Bundesliga club, Greuther Furth, hit a brick wall after the club pointed out they were not given enough time to *** him. Sundowns, on the other hand, pointed out they would only release the player if a serious offer is put on the table. Mushekwi achieved one of his best seasons with Sundowns during the 2011/12 campaign – scoring nine Le .. ...
Moroka Swallows has ended tha speculations that Katlego Mashego myt join Mamelodi Sundowns after they made it clear that "Mahoota" is not for sale.
Getting Sundowns up to speed FIT-AGAIN Punch Masenamela will be among the new faces in camp when Mamelodi Sundowns begin their pre- season programme next week. After a three-week break, Downs players return to the saddle to start preparations for a programme that will take them as far as Ghana and Lesotho. But the first stop will be Polokwane, where some of the new players, such as Bryce Moon, Dove Wome, Cuthbert Malajila, Kennedy Mweene and Rashid Sumaila, will be initiated into the team. Masenamela has been kept out of the game by a knee injury since December, but will now join the team in camp, having fully recovered. The Brazilians have gone on their usual shopping spree, as coach Pitso Mosimane goes about strengthening his squad for the new season. League top scorer Katlego "Mahoota" Mashego could join the Tshwane giants in their pre-season tour, as negotiations for his transfer from Moroka Swallows are said to be at an advanced stage. But Moroka Swallows' chief executive Leon Prins said: "That's int ...
Newly-promoted Polokwane City have written a letter to Mamelodi Sundowns requesting to loan six players ahead of the 2013/14 season. Defenders Ntuthuko Mabasa and Kwanda Mngonyama, as well as midfielder Samuel Julies, are included in the list. “We have received requests from a lot of PSL clubs who want us to loan them players, including Polokwane City and Moroka Swallows,” a Sundowns official said “But with regards to Polokwane City we are waiting for the First Division matter to be settled before we can attend to their requests. “Moroka Swallows told us they want a striker if we want to buy Katlego Mashego from them. They also want other players on loan, but that has not been finalized yet.”
Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows are yet to finalise negotiations for the services of Katlego Mashego.
PSL: Transfer Rumours: Supersport United, Bidvest Wits, Moroka Swallows, Bloemfontein Celtic and Belgian side Gent have all approached Mamelodi Sundowns over the signature of Zimbabwean international striker Nyasha Mushekwi.
_ WORLD FOOTBALL NEWS - • Bloemfontein Celtic reject R3 million bid for their captain Thabo Nthethe from Mamelodi Sundowns - • Simphiwe Mtsweni young talented defender who plays for Stars of Africa academy will conclude his move to Kaizer Chiefs this week. Also Sandile Hadebe from Stars of Africa academy has also caught attention of Kaizer Chiefs. - • Segolela not joining Kaizer Chiefs : Tuks, Amazulu and Bidvest Wits are all lining up for the service of Kaizer Chiefs out of favor Striker Sthembiso Ngcobo. - • Mbulelo "OJ" Mabizela was reported to have went awol from the club just before their Crucial promotion game against Santos. Mabizela went to KZN to attend family problem and never came back - • Moroka Swallows have confirm that Mamelodi Sundowns are interested in their hit-man Katlego Mashego. - • Jimmy Tau is still awaiting his contract extension from Kaizer Chiefs. The players contract will expire on 30 June. - • Kaizer Chiefs strongest man Willard Katsande has attracted interest fro ...
Should Katlego Mashego join Mamelodi Sundowns after a profitable season at Moroka Swallows or they'll destroy him eChloorkop angayi?
.Dove Wome and Kennedy Mweene will soon be unveiled as Mamelodi Sundowns players. . Moroka Swallows are interested in Edward Manqele and Kagiso Senamela . Abia Nale's days at Naturena are numbered. Nale is nt in the plans of Stuart Baxter next seas0n and is likely to secure a permanent m0ve at Ajax . Sundowns are out of the race for Erasmus. Its now between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates Sports411
High spending Mamelodi Sundowns deep in negotiations with Moroka Swallows over top goalscorer, Katlego Mashego's signature. # Will it be a good move for Mahoota? strikers so far: Mushekwi, Henyekane, Rodgers, Manqele, Mphela and new signing Malajila. can confirm that Mamelodi Sundowns are negotiating with Moroka Swallows for Katlego Mashego.
Mamelodi Sundowns are locked horns in negotiations with Moroka Swallows for Katlego Mashego. What are your thoughts?
Top 10 PSL signings of the season By Tshepang Mailwane Johannesburg – Tshepang Mailwane assesses the most astute signings of the 2012/13 Premiership season. Eric Mathoho (Bloemfontein Celtic to Kaizer Chiefs) Mathoho did not allow Patrice Motsepe’s millions to lure him to Mamelodi Sundowns, instead choosing to join Kaizer Chiefs, the club he supported as a boy. Today, Mathoho is a league and cup double winner with Amakhosi, having featured regularly for the club in defence as they conceded only 21 goals in 30 matches. It’s certainly proven to be a great decision to snub Sundowns, where he felt he would not have played much. Mathoho partnered Tefu Mashamaite in central defence and together they kept out some of the country’s most talented attackers. Mathoho was solid and calm in defence for Amakhosi. Katlego Mashego (Golden Arrows to Moroka Swallows) Last season’s top scorer, Siyabonga Nomvethe, sustained an injury early on in the campaign, a big blow for the Dube Birds. Katlego Mashego stepped i ...
Especially among teams that fared badly in the season. Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates are expected to be the busiest in the transfer market, with Moroka Swallows also looking to replace players who are leaving. And denials from all over as usual will be there during this hectic period. Following a dismal season where they finished without a trophy and ended outside the top-eight, Sundowns have already started with their preparations for next season. After agreeing to sign Cuthbert Malajila from Maritzburg United, the Brazilians are understood to also be looking for the services of Swallows striker Katlego Mashego. Mashego has had an outstanding season with the Dube Birds, finishing with 13 goals and the top goal scorer award. According to a source close to the player, Downs coach Pitso Mosimane is a big admirer of the striker and has put him high on his shopping list. Pirates, who also had a disappointing season, finishing with no silverware, are rumoured to be after Sundowns attacking midfielder E ...
Mara majita Ba baa chesa. Kaizer Chiefs Reserves are winners of the Monday Gauteng League 12/13, PSL confirmed on Monday, 20 May 2013. Amakhosi Reserves became the league winners in a eight team league featuring Gauteng based PSL sides and one NFD side: 1 Kaizer Chiefs, 2 Orlando Pirates, 3 University of Pretoria, 4 Mamelodi Sundowns, 5 Jomo Cosmos (NFD), 6 Supersport United, 7 Moroka Swallows, 8 Bidvest Wits. In the process Chiefs Reserves were awarded six points and six goals after two of their opponents forfeited their points for not honouring their fixtures against Chiefs. The Donald Didi Khuse tutored team in cooperation with the entire Chiefs football programme, Management, Board of Directors, operational systems, the supporters and the Executive Chairman Kaizer Motaung will be happy with the fruits of their action. Uppermost for Chiefs after triumph will be the contribution that the Reserve League enabled the Glamour Boys first team to clinch the 2012/13 Absa Premiership Championship after eight ye ...
In case you haven't got the chance to peruse the letter on Soccer Laduma. Most of the teams that struggled to grapple their positions in the top eight couldn't believe their luck when they got bundled out on the last day of the Absa Premiership campaign. Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows are the two noticeable absentees conspicuously and this sums up their horrific 2012/13 season. The Dube Birds won't even be able to defend their trophy. Swallows management might be kicking themselves for letting go of Gordon, who had brought stability to the team, only to replace him with Zeca, who failed hands down. Cognisance of the poor showing in this campaign, if things are left unchanged at Swallows, there won't be much difference to their log position next season. Owen Papa-Reminisce Valoyi, Nkuri-Tomu
Pirates move closer to Reserve League title Log-leaders Orlando Pirates took another step closer towards winning the Gauteng Reserve League title on Monday after winning their game against Moroka Swallows and Kaizer Chiefs dropped points at home to University of Pretoria. The Buccaneers extend their lead to six points at the summit after beating Moroka Swallows 2-0 at the Rand Stadium. Meanwhile at the Eldorado Park Stadium, Amakhosi looked on course to stay in touch with their Soweto rivals thanks to an Itumeleng Moshobane goal before half time. But Ayanda Lubelo cancelled out that effort for Tuks, who also had Tebuho Monyai sent-off late on, but managed to hold out for a 1-1 scoreline. The result left Chiefs on 21 points, while Pirates still lead the way with 27 and only a few matches still to play. Steve Barker's men narrowly held on to third on 20 points, while Mamelodi Sundowns (18) stayed fourth thanks to a storming 3-0 win at defending champions Supersport United. Katlego Mphela netted a brace for ...
Its match day diski lovers - what are your messages of support for your team ahead of today's clashes? Remember our competitions for today: Orlando Pirates - Sundowns - Soccer League fixtures: Orlando Pirates vs Mamelodi Sundowns (Orlando Stadium) Supersport United vs Moroka Swallows (Lucas Moripe Stadium) Golden Arrows vs Platinum Stars (Princess Magogo Stadium) Bloemfontein Celtic vs Free State Stars (Free State Stadium) Bidvest Wits vs AmaZulu FC (Bidvest Stadium) Maritzburg United vs Ajax Cape Town (Harry Gwala Stadium) Chippa United vs University of Pretoria (Philippi Stadium) Kick-off at 3pm all games.
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Moroka Swallows midfielder Sibusiso Kumalo is joining Mamelodi Sundowns on a 3-year-deal
Tim Sizuki has confirmed that Moroka Swallows midfielder, Sibusiso Kumalo, has signed a 3 year contract with Mamelodi Sundowns
Derby Excluded From Q3 Table The PSL have confirmed that the weekend’s Soweto Derby will not be included in the third quarter of the Q-Innovation rankings due to the fact that it was a game brought forward from Q4. Every team in the league has now played six games each, other than Orlando Pirates and Ajax Cape Town, who will play their game on April 10, meaning that there are just two rounds of this quarter left to play. Kaizer Chiefs find themselves comfortably on top of the log, but just three points clear of Moroka Swallows, Supersport United, Wits and AmaZulu, who are all separated by goal difference. SuperSport's 1-0 victory over Mamelodi Sundowns saw them climb to third in the table, while Pitso Mosimane's men remained in 11th place. In their statement, the league explained that the Soweto Derby would not be counted in this quarter, and that Q3 wouldn’t be completed until Pirates had played Ajax. They said, “Kaizer Chiefs v Orlando Pirates has not been included because it is a Q4 match brought ...
_ WORLD FOOTBALL NEWS - • Despite their inconsistent League form this season, Moroka Swallows seem to be experiencing a mini-resurgence. With two wins from their last three games, the latest victory coming against Mamelodi Sundowns , Swallows assistant coach Dennis Lota is quick to temper talk of a top eight finish just yet. “It’s difficult to say where Swallows will finish the season, but what we’re focusing on is preparing for our next League encounter,” Lota tells the media. “The Nations Cup break did us good and the results have shown that.” Swallows have collected eight points since the League resumed, winning and drawing twice, losing only to AmaZulu in the process. They currently lie second behind Kaizer Chiefs in the third Q-Innovation table, on 11 points. - • Banyana Banyana coach Joseph Mkhonza is confident of finishing in a good position in the Cyprus Cup, despite watching his side lose 2-0 to Korea Republic in the opening match. Korea Republic scored two goals in each half on W ...
The junior teams of Kaizer Chiefs, Moroka Swallows, Mamelodi Sundowns, Supersport United, Bidvest Wits will all take part
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane left Loftus Stadium frustrated after Moroka Swallows beat them 1-0 on Tuesday evening.
Mosimane: Red card cost us Johannesburg - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane believes that his side controlled the game despite their 1-0 loss to Moroka Swallows on Tuesday night. According to the soccerladuma website, the former Bafana Bafana tactician admits that the result was fair, after they saw Method Mwanjali sent off for a foul on David Mathebula in the area - which allowed Siyabonga Nomvethe to slot the winner from the spot. Mosimane believes that if they had kept a full complement of players for the 90 minutes, the result would have been different though. "We controlled the game from the beginning to the end. What more do you want? We were just unfortunate with the penalty - I think it was a penalty - but we need consistency," he said, in reference to previous decisions that had not gone his way. "I had a penalty against Golden Arrows - I'd also like to benefit. Maybe the third time I will benefit. "It was a good game, we controlled it. Swallows was never there. Sometimes it is unbelievable, ...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane suffered his first defeat since taking over the reins when Moroka Swallows converted a penalty for the only goal of their Absa Premiership league encounter at the Loftus Stadium.
Siyabonga Nomvethe’s 1st half penalty gave Moroka Swallows a 1-0 win over Mamelodi Sundowns to move to 10th on the PSL log.
Mwanjali of Mamelodi Sundowns was sent off and Nomvethe of Moroka Swallows scored a minute later. FT 0-1
Siyabonga Nomvethe scored from the penalty spot as Moroka Swallows held on for a 1-0 win against 10-man Mamelodi Sundowns.
DID YOU KNOW: Moroka Swallows have completed a double over Mamelodi Sundowns,beating theM home and away in the league in 2012-13 season
Moroka Swallows beat a 10-man Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Stadium on Tuesday.
After 3 madrid goals, I'll just stop watching the match and switch to Mamelodi Sundowns vs Moroka swallows
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Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking to maintain their unbeaten run when they host a struggling Moroka Swallows on Tuesday.
Mamelodi Sundowns captain, Teko Modise, is targeting all three points against Moroka Swallows.
Edward ‘Hlokoloza’ Manqele says Mamelodi Sundowns have set their sights on displaying an inspired showing in the next league match against Moroka Swallows on Tuesday night at Loftus Stadium, and is banking on the home support that the team has been enjoying of late.
Moroka Swallows, Orlando Pirates out Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs advanced through... Now who are the favourates to lift the Nedbank Cup??
The academy players think Platinum Stars development is the most difficult opponents in South Africa. They normally give GFA some tough games everytime they meet. Pretoria teams, Amatuks, Supersport United and Mamelodi Sundowns have played GFA a couple of times. Joburg teams, Bidvest Wits and Moroka Swallows have also tested GFA few times in exciting games.
Bhele back for Swallows Moroka Swallows striker Siyabonga Nomvete is set to make his much awaited return in Dube Birds colours tonight against Ajax Cape Town. ‘Bhele’ has spent more than three months on the sidelines nursing a toe injury, but is available for selection in Cape Town tonight. However, Zeka Marques informs that David Mathebula and Luvhengo Mungomeni are out of contention owing to injuries. “We missed Nomvete’s contribution in the team and his return is like a new signing for us,” the coach says. “He has been working *** his fitness at training and is available for selection tonight. “We have only two injuries, with David Mathebula and Luvhengo out. However I am confident that the team that will be selected tonight will do the job for Moroka Swallows.” The Dube Birds are 11th on the log but could jump above Mamelodi Sundowns if they take the three points against Ajax.
Simba Sithole set to join Supersport DYNAMOS striker Simba Sithole is a step closer to making a return to the Supa Diski after impressing former South African soccer champions Supersport United. Sithole was on trials at the Pretoria-based side for one week under the watchful eye of the club’s head coach Gavin Hunt and former Warriors defender Kaitano Tembo, who is now the team’s assistant coach. Sithole, who might still have a point to prove following a frustrating stint at Mamelodi Sundowns during the 2011-2012 season, featured for the Tshwane-based side in a four-team tournament at the weekend and scored two goals. The friendly tournament also involved Denver Mukamba’s Bidvest Wits, Platinum Stars and Moroka Swallows, and SuperSport emerged as the overall winners after beating Swallows on penalties in the final. Tembo yesterday was full of praise for the Dynamos striker Sithole and said Matsantsantsa were keen on engaging him as he fits the bill for the kind of player they are seeking to sharpen t ...
How to get them FURIOUS (a) Kaizer Chiefs fans - remind them that Ndumiso Mabena has more league medals than Shabba, Itu, Yeye, Parker and Majoro combined! (b) Orlando Pirates fans - remind them about the 7 years without a trophy (c) Mamelodi Sundowns - tell them they are overrated and killing talents (d) Moroka Swallows - remid them that despite being older than Chiefs, when people refer to a Spweto derby , they will be talking about about Amakhosi as opponents to Bucs, and not them (e) Amazulu fans - remind them that their team has been pretending to be a big team for more than 7 decades. How else do you frustrate them???
In case you missed the Nedbank Cup last 32 draw, here are some of the mouth-watering clashes.Supersport United v Moroka Swallows; Bidvest Wits v Kaizer Chiefs; Maluti FET College v Orlando Pirates; Ajax Cape Town v Mamelodi Sundowns. So who are you betting on to lift this cup?
It's every soccer players dream to play outstanding football at Supersports United, play with passion at Bloemfontein Celtic, shine at Orlando Pirates, Burn out at Kaize Chiefs, Eat retirement money at Mamelodi Sundowns and knock out pension funds at Moroka Swallows.
Let's see once more which team dominates the page: - Orlando Pirates - Kaizer Chiefs - Mamelodi Sundowns - Other (Specify) *Comment with your teams name* *D.S*
Two seasons ago, while still at Mamelodi Sundowns, people in football circles had given up on Lerato Chabangu. Fast forward to 2013 and he is part of the 23-man Bafana Bafana squad to play in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. The Moroka Swallows midfielder says he pays tribute to coach Gordon Igesund, who recruited him to Swallows when no team wanted him. Chabangu says that this is time to give back and thank Igesund, “First and foremost I thank God for giving me the strength to fight on," he said. "My injury was just like that of Katlego Mphela who they said will not play football again. But I worked hard and God helped me heal. "Secondly I am here because of coach Igesund. He gave me a chance when many people didn't and I owe it to him. You know it is a great honour representing your country in such a prestigious tournament and competition for places is stiff because we all want to be here. Now that we are here we all want to be in the starting line up. "We want to leave our mark as a new generation an ...
Absa Premiership Christmas News & Transfer Gossips:: • Knowledge Musona has told friends that if he has to return to South Africa joining Kaizer Chiefs would be his first choice. • Mamelodi Sundowns are planning an overhaul of their player recruitment policy as they look to cut down on a wage bill that has risen above R20m-per-year. Esrom Nyandoro, Richard Henyekane, Method Mwanjali & Musa Nyatama could all be released to help the drive - One player who could be arriving at the Chloorkop is Khama Billiat, 22. Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane plans to either make an offer in January, or wait until the Zimbabwean international's contract expires in the summer. • Platinum Stars are lining up a R2m bid to sign Bloem Celtic winger Joel Mogorosi in next month's transfer window. • Orlando Pirates representatives flew to Zambia last week for talks to sign TP Mazembe's midfielder Rainford Kalaba. They spent two days there to open talks to sign the 26-year-old Zambian. • EXCLUSIVE: Moroka Swallows in talks t ...
RIP Adam Ndlovu (formerly of Moroka Swallows in SA) and a speedy recovery to Peter Ndlovu (formerly of Mamelodi Sundowns in SA).
Roger De Sá has played professionally for local teams - Moroka Swallows, Mamelodi Sundowns and Wits University amongst others
which do you think is the best team?? 1.Kizer chiefs 2. Orlando Pirates 3.Mamelodi Sundowns 4.Moroka Swallows 5. Ajax Cape Town 6. Tuks 7. Bleom Celtics 8. Amazulu 9. Black Leopards 10. Others.(specify)
Kaizer Chiefs last 7 games: WWDWWWD Orlando Pirates last 7 games: WDLWWLW Moroka Swallows last 7 games: LWWLLWW Mamelodi Sundowns last 7 games: ROFLMAO!!! Kwa downs kwa /Via Mgxojeni star/
Breaking News: Mamelodi Sundowns President Patrice Motsepe has made a R50 million bid to turn the PSL log standings Upside Down O_O. If the bid is accepted this is how it'll look like: 1. AmaZulu 2. Mamelodi Sundowns 3. Chippa United - 14. Moroka Swallows 15. Orlando Pirates 16. Kaizer Chiefs
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
Mamelodi Sundowns condemn fan hooliganism after Moroka Swallows match - News - Kick Off
Mamelodi Sundowns will look for a return to winning ways in the Absa Premiership when they host Platinum Stars at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday. Kick Off is at 20h15. Bafana Ba Style have the upper hand in league matches played between the two sides and will look to extend the good run against Dikwena, who will be motivated by their win against Amazulu in their last league outing. However, Stars have not been easy customers for The Brazilians in the past, with Downs having only won one of the last four matches between the sides. Those kind of statistics will be enough to propel the hungry Downs contingent to victory.The Rustenburg outfit will have to deal with a wounded tiger, as Sundowns suffered a fourth loss in the space of five matches, when they went down 2-0 away to Moroka Swallows. The Pretoria team has not won in the league since the opening day of the season and has scored just three goals so far. The Brazilians are placed 14th on the Absa Premiership log with four points from six matches ...
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News reaching my beer desk is that Mamelodi Sundowns fans plan “Operation Faka S’cathulo” if Sundowns doesn’t win their game this weekend against Platinum Stars. One fan also said what we saw on Sunday against Moroka Swallows was just a warm-up! Should the Premier Soccer League triple the security? Do we need soldiers in the game to protect the coach?
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Johan has said he will not quit his job at the club despite being attacked by fans after a def ...
Mamelodi Sundowns want their unruly fans to be arrested after their reaction in Dobsonville Stadium where Downs lost 2-0 to Moroka Swallows . What are ur thoughts and let's not 4get that fans use their money to travel and buy tickets.
Mamelodi Sundowns fans have a mass pitch invasion after their side lose 2-0 at Moroka Swallows
Its true dat Mamelodi Sundowns and Pirates are Moroka Swallow's daily bread?
Credit to my teams Kaizer Chiefs, Chelsea and Barcelona for maintaining that number 1 spot. Misery continues for Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns. And a huge 'thank you' to Bloemfontein Celtic and Moroka Swallows for making sure that misery continues for them. Lol..
Question: Who Curse Mamelodi Sundowns 1. Answer: Powerline FC Emprical Evidence After winning 24-0 against Powerline, Mamelodi Sundowns perfomance plagued - They cracked up at the last few games of the league after topping the PSL log for many months but ended up losing the PSL Championship to Orlando Pirates - They lost Nedbank Cup Finals to Supersport United. 2. Answer: Kaizer Chiefs After beating Kaizer Chiefs with avalanches of 4 goals, Sundowns was never the same and even today, they are still celebrating Kaizer Chiefs victory than focusing on their game. Evidence of the curse - They lost in the semi-final of Wafa Wafa to Moroka Swallows - They lost 4 of the PSL 6 games - They lost all the 3 away games to Kaizer Chiefs, Golden Arrows and Moroka Swallows. - They are at the bottom of the PSL fighting for relegation. Its not raining but pouring at Mamelodi Sundowns
Moroka Swallows continued their recent dominance over Mamelodi Sundowns as goals from Lerato Chabangu and Felix Obada handed them a 2-0 win.
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Fans riot as Mamelodi Sundowns lose 2-0 to Moroka Swallows
Moroka Swallows heaped further misery on ailing Mamelodi Sundowns with a 2-0 victory at Dobsonville Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Mamelodi Sundowns fans after their team Manager's throat after loosing 2 nil to Moroka Swallows...Mbesuma's former club...Sundowns are currently lying 2nd from the bottom of the Absa Premiership..
Olarndo Pirates 00-01 Bloemfontein Celtic and Mamelodi Sundowns 00-02 Moroka Swallows. I don't think these teams are realy serious about wining the League like Chiefs lol.
Moroka Swallows led Mamelodi Sundowns 2-0 at halftime in a Premiership match at the Dobsonville Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Imagery from the Absa Premiership match between Moroka Swallows & Mamelodi Sundowns,
Battle lines have been draw and the stage set at the Dobsonville Stadium, it is yet another edition of Soweto v Tshwane war as Moroka Swallows host Mamelodi Sundowns in a mouth-watering Absa Premiership match.
Swallows v Sundowns: Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns come face to face once again, this time in the Premie...
Mamelodi Sundowns will be seeking to avenge their unceremonious dumping from the MTN8 by Moroka Swallows when the...
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 ...
Samson Mqwati wrote: Lord give me the consistancy of Kaaizer Chiefs,the passion of Moroka Swallows,deny me the mediocrity of Mamelodi Sundowns and when things go my way put away from me the arrogance of Orlando Pirates,Lord when im down and out give me the spirit of Jomo Cosmos.
first it was Ajax nd Mamelodi Sundowns,2nd it was Moroka swallows nd Pirates came nd take what belongs to them.Nw is kaizer chips,Pirates wl do as usual 4 the 3rd tym in a row
It's saturday Big game between Super Sport United fc and Moroka Swallows's my wish to see united crowned in the same vanue where they beat Mamelodi Sundowns in the Last 4 Months time.Gud luck Matsatsansa aPitori I'm behind you this time around you win or you lose if you win it will mean Pretoria is always a winner a Big good luck Guys and remember R8 million is an a Winner takes it all.''Wafa...!!! ''wafa...!!!
We caught up with a few Mamelodi Sundowns supporters before the 2nd leg semi-final clash with Moroka Swallows
Mamelodi Sundowns crashed out of the MTN 8 Semi Finals to Moroka Swallows 6 -5 on aggregate, here is a look at what happened behind the scenes
Yes its true last night some of us Right Wingers we wer supporting Super Sports United against Orlando Pirates and Today supporting Moroka Swallows against Mamelodi Sundowns,so please kadi final all SOWETO people indluding Pirates suppoters please,please support Moroka Swallows its PRETORIA V/S SOWETO MTN8 FINAL said#
when wil Mamelodi Sundowns beat Moroka Swallows n a cup game.for once n their lyftym n make history coz they hvnt done tblood z gold n black ppl
Moroka Swallows outclasses the sluggish Mamelodi Sundowns.they played and dished out the best football ever and if they hold on to what they displayed today, I bet, many teams will join Sundowns' chorus of tears.the best team won.Don't Follow me, Follow The Birds.thumbs up to ma swayi swayi!!!
Swallows book final spot: Moroka Swallows have defeated Mamelodi Sundowns in their MTN8 second-leg semi-final to bo...
Moroka Swallows defeats Mamelodi Sundowns to advance to the MTN 8 final.story on
Lerato Chabangu nets a brace as Moroka Swallows beat Mamelodi Sundowns 3-2 & 6-5 on aggregate & will meet SuperSport Utd in the MTN8 Final
Official PSL wrote: MTN8 "WAFA-WAFA" Moroka Swallows 3 - 2 Mamelodi Sundowns. Agg:M.Swallows 6 - 5 M.Sundowns. The sky was no limit for "The Dube Birds" at the Dobsonville Stadium as they fly into the Final of what promises to be another thrilling Soweto-Tshwane battle. What were your Semi-Finals highlights?
Congratulations Moroka Swallows for eliminating Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8... Yellow we remain!
Public Announcement: It is not only in casinos where the term "Winners know when to stop" applies, we are winners and yesterday we stopped winning. But we did not quit because WINNERS never quit, after so many glorious games with only wins and draws it was about time Orlando Pirates lost, we will not make any excuses about it, Super Sports played well and deserved the win. We are still the champions and will keep defending our championship till the last minute of the game, that's what I love about Orlando Pirates. I choose not to comment on anything about our rivals Kaizer Chiefs as they did not have any influence on how we played last night but celebrated like they won the leagues when we lost, id just like to say that they were not part of the semi finals of the MTN 8 and their say ended on the 1st leg of the MTN 8 finals. With that being said id like to wish Super Sport all the best in their upcoming final against either Mamelodi Sundowns or Moroka Swallows depending on who wins. Yours Sincerely: Cham ...
This weekend Pretoria vs Soweto again. 2ng leg of MTN 8 WAFA WAFA!!! Orlando Pirates vs Supersport United 2mw 20h15. Moroka Swallows vs Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday... *Who do you think will go to the final*
Senzo Meyiwa says that coach Augusto Palacios had instituted a new policy of not allowing a keeper to sit on the bench for more than three games in a row. In the second leg of the MTN8 semifinal Orlando Pirates and Supersport United will be entering the fourth hour of football to see who will reach the MTN8 finals : 20:10 Saturday. In the other semi-final Moroka Swallows will host Mamelodi Sundowns @ Doobsie Stadium on Sunday at 15:00.
Moroka Swallows vs Mamelodi Sundowns Preview The MTN8 reaches the second legs of the respective semi-finals...
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.
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Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows have played to a six-goal thriller in with Lerato Chabangu particularly impressive.
Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows drew 3-3 in the MTN8 semifinal first-leg at Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium on Saturday night.
Atteridgeville - Edward Manqele scored with five minutes left to save a 3-3 draw for Mamelodi Sundowns in their MTN8 first leg semi-final against Moroka Swallows.
Official PSL wrote: Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows produced a 6-goal thriller in their 1st Leg semi-final last night. What are your thoughts on their 3-3 drawn encounter?
Sundowns, Swallows in six-goal thriller: Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows have drawn 3-3 in a pulsating MTN...
Mamelodi Sundowns FC 3 : 3 Moroka Swallows *sign*. now that was close...
Welcome back the electricity at Hlabisa. I wish Moroka Swallows can fly back to Dube with a win against Mamelodi Sundowns. Up The Birds!!!
This is a havoc, Moroka Swallows is demolishing Mamelodi Sundowns, yhoo..,yhooo, ziyadiza izinyoni2-0 is the score.
Catch tonight's live PSL match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows at 8pm tonight...
Moroka Swallows wrote: Moroka Swalows face Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 Cup semi-final at the Lucas Moripe Stadium today. Winning the Nedbank Cup in 2009 is the last time that Moroka Swallows won silverware and the players and coach are hungry to add the MTN 8 to their trophy cabinet. Mamelodi Sundowns have injury concerns over a large contingent of their first team squad which makes the prospect of playing ...
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
Moroka Swallows captain Lefa Tsutsulupa tells that the team is ready to redeem themselves against Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday.
Sundowns v Swallows: Mamelodi Sundowns welcome Moroka Swallows to the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday for the f...
2011/2012 log 1. Orlando Pirates 2. Moroka Swallows 3. Supersport United 4. Mamelodi Sundowns 5. Kaizer Chiefs MTN8 semis. The top 4 qualified and 5-8 r out! in the MTN8 is gona b as it was in the 2011/2013. Pirates will play Swallows in the final n Pirates will b crowned Champs for the 3rd tym in a row UP THE BUCS
Collins Mbesuma has joined Orlando Pirates on a three-year contract. All the best to him. And please make sure you catch Mamelodi Sundowns v Moroka Swallows tommorrow live from Lucas Moripe Stadium (20h15). See you there...
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Official PSL wrote: OBADA - "WE WILL SUPRISE SUNDOWNS" Moroka Swallows winger Felix Obada is optimistic the Birds will defeat Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 semi-final first leg clash on Saturday night at the Lucas Moripe Stadium. Read more...
Fact: Did you know that Collins Mbesuma is one of the players that have played for Moroka Swallows, Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates after Mark Bachelor
Golden Arrows striker, Katlego Mashego, is expected to make his Moroka Swallows debut this weekend when the Birds take on Mamelodi Sundowns.
Will Moroka Swallows be able to defit Mamelodi Sundowns
Mamelodi Sundowns have been drawn at home against Moroka Swallows in the semifinals of the MTN8.
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