Mamelodi Sundowns & Oupa Manyisa
Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Oupa Manyisa (born July 30, 1988 in Mohlakeng, Gauteng) is a South African football (soccer) player who plays as a midfielder for Orlando Pirates in the Premier Soccer League. /5
Mamelodi Sundowns Oupa Manyisa Orlando Pirates Teko Modise Andile Jali Bidvest Wits Sthembiso Ngcobo Thabo Matlaba Nedbank Cup Absa Premiership Telkom Knockout Kaizer Chiefs Champions League Nedbank Cup Final Ajax Cape Town New Zealand Gordon Igesund Platinum Stars
Oupa Manyisa says there is no talk of revenge as Orlando Pirates prepare for Mamelodi Sundowns | Best football…
There will be no return for Orlando Pirates' Oupa Manyisa against Mamelodi Sundowns this weekend by the looks of it.
Oupa Manyisa's tranfer from Orlando Pirates to Mamelodi Sundowns is the biggest in the history of PS…
Mamelodi Sundowns had the buying power from the start, they could have waited to have Oupa Manyisa for FREE in June if Pi…
Orlando Pirates captain Oupa Manyisa is reportedly poised to join Mamelodi Sundowns this month.
There are five days left for Oupa Manyisa to join Mamelodi Sundowns in the January transfer window. .
Oupa Manyisa's expected move to Mamelodi Sundowns continues to delay, with the transfer window deadline ever closer. htt…
Why didn’t Oupa Manyisa join Mamelodi Sundowns? looks at the possible snags to the deal… .
Orlando Pirates skipper, Oupa Manyisa has expressed his sentiments on the Mamelodi Sundowns & European move reports. htt…
Orlando Pirates midfielder, Oupa Manyisa, is racing against time to complete his expected move to Mamelodi Sundowns. htt…
Here is why a move to Mamelodi Sundowns could better Oupa Manyisa’s career -
There is talk that Oupa Manyisa could complete a move to Mamelodi Sundowns in the next week... Only time will tell.
Oupa Manyisa' agent remains adamant that the player will join Mamelodi Sundowns by the end of the week. Only time will tel…
Mamelodi Sundowns are said to be still hot-on-the-heels of Orlando Pirates' star midfielder, Oupa Manyisa.
Oupa Manyisa doesn’t need join Mamelodi Sundowns to receive a big salary. He can just stay at Orlando Pirates. .
Are they for real, Mamelodi Sundowns want to sign Itumeleng Khune, Oupa Manyisa, Tefu Mashamaite, Cole Alexander,...
If Itu Khune and Oupa Manyisa are to join Sundowns, will their game time be handed to them via their popularity?. http:/…
Oupa Manyisa may not have joined Mamelodi Sundowns as per reports, but the saga is not yet over. .
Following Orlando Pirates midfielder, Oupa Manyisa's big-money move to Mamelodi Sundowns collapsing, here's why...
Orlando Pirates midfielder, Oupa Manyisa's expected big-money move to Mamelodi Sundowns fell through. Here's why...
Oupa Manyisa (Orlando Pirates): Manyisa's proposed move to Mamelodi Sundowns has seemingly failed to materialise...
If you're not touched by Oupa Manyisa's move to Mamelodi Sundowns; you're not a real Orlando Pirates fan!
REMEMBER, This is the same "Publication" that told us Oupa Manyisa has signed with Mamelodi Sundowns.
On paper, Pirates and Downs should be ahead of Chiefs, writes Daniel Mothowagae Squad depth Before this weekend’s matches, Mamelodi Sundowns had used 31 players in their Absa Premiership fixtures, Orlando Pirates had used 25 and Kaizer Chiefs only 21. With more than 10 attacking midfielders on their roster, the Sundowns midfield alone can win just about every piece of silverware on offer. The most obvious quality in coach Pitso Mosimane’s midfield is that he has the kind of midfielders who are all capable of scoring, with a ratio of three goals a game. The big names on this list are Teko Modise, Themba Zwane, Bongani Zungu, Anthony Laffor, Elias Pelembe, Khama Billiat and Lindokuhle Mbatha. Pirates also have 10 midfielders that have been utilised so far this season. Among them are Oupa Manyisa, Daine Klate, Khethokwakhe Masuku, Mpho Makola, Sifiso Myeni, Thabo Rakhale and Tlou Segolela. In contrast, Chiefs is limited in depth in midfield and coach Stuart Baxter has used a handful of midfielders in the ...
Mamelodi Sundowns willing to break the bank for Orlando Pirates midfield Oupa Manyisa. Thabo Matlaba ends speculations by signing a 5year deal with Pirates. Unconfirmed European clubs interested in Kaizer Chiefs defender Eric Mathoho. Gareth Bale out of El Clasico.
"Mamelodi Sundowns r refusing to give up on Oupa Manyisa.player consider a move?
Mamelodi Sundowns are refusing to give up on Oupa Manyisa, while Pirates are yet to actually offer him a new deal. Minor European interest.
SLTV's Clint Roper looks at the shocking transfer news that Mamelodi Sundowns are after Orlando Pirates midfielder, Oupa Manyisa
Soccer Laduma can exclusively reveal that Mamelodi Sundowns have targeted Oupa Manyisa,with a view of bringing him to chloorkop!
Mamelodi Sundowns keen to sign Oupa Manyisa with the 28mill price tag#
Mamelodi Sundowns are keen to bring Orlando Pirates midfielder, Oupa Manyisa, to Chloorkop. What's your take?
Mamelodi Sundowns are reportedly keen to sign Orlando Pirates star Oupa Manyisa and Sea Robbers have priced tagged Ace R28.5 million for any team interested to acquire service of him. Should Downs pay that much for Ace?
1. Mamelodi Sundowns is prepared to pay the 28 million price tag for Oupa Manyisa. From my point of view, Manyisa ha deserve that price , he's good and all but for that amount hai no no . Actually Pirates wanted to make his life difficult athe haba tsebe hore rona re bana ba Motsepe re batho le Tax. 2. The number of players that Sundowns has loaned to other small teams like kAIDSer cHIVers (Mphela) is bigger than the total number of all the Swallows players.
Oupa Manyisa we wnt u as Mamelodi Sundowns fans pls man take dis offer!
Mamelodi Sundowns are keen to bring midfielder Oupa Manyisa to Chloorkop.
Have you heard? Mamelodi Sundowns are keen to buy Oupa Manyisa from Orlando Pirates for amount of R28.5m.
Mamelodi Sundowns are keen to sign Oupa Manyisa
Mamelodi Sundowns is interested in signing Oupa Manyisa and they are prepared to pay Pirates 28 million asking price for Manyisa.
Mamelodi Sundowns prepared to pay r28million price tag for Oupa Manyisa agg dis team nxaaa
Mamelodi Sundowns want Oupa Manyisa do you think can afford to pay R28 Million dat Bucs will it needs
Mh Mamelodi Sundowns want to buy Oupa Manyisa by R28.5 million wow
Now Mamelodi Sundowns wanna buy Oupa Manyisa with that R28.5 Million Price tag over his head.bayahlanya
Mamelodi sundowns are keen to bring Orlando Pirates midfielder Oupa Manyisa to Chloorkop with 28m price tag.while Orlando Pirates are interested 2 bring Valery Nahayo n Mandla masango 2 their team.
Can Mamelodi Sundowns pay 28million for Oupa Manyisa after showing interest in him?
Mamelodi Sundowns want to buy Oupa Manyisa,aowa KBY
Mamelodi Sundowns star, Teko Modise, has revealed that he is surprised by SAFA's intentions to take possible action against him for not making himself available for the recent friendlies against Australia and New Zealand. The 31-year-old withdrew from Gordon Igesund's squad after being called up as a late replacement. The player excused himself on the grounds he had already made holiday plans, and needed a break following what had been a physically taxing season. He is one of four players including Wits' Sthembiso Ngcobo, Orlando Pirates duo, Oupa Manyisa and Thabo Matlaba who are all under investigation by the governing body for pulling out of the national team. Nonetheless, Modise has revealed why he is baffled by SAFA's possible intention to press charges against him. The midfielder told his own official website, “I do not understand why people are saying that I did not follow the correct procedure when the team called me up. Sundowns undertook that procedure on my behalf and I am sure they followed ...
# BafanaBafana players Thabo Matlaba, Oupa Manyisa, Teko Modise and Sthembiso Ngcobo are facing disciplinary action from # SAFA following their snub of the national team. Letters have been sent to their clubs namely Bidvest Wits, Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates.
Breaking: Letters has been sent to 4 Bafana Bafana players' club for disclipinary action to be taken against those players for snubbing a national call up during Australisia tour of Bafana Bafana... letters send to Mamelodi Sundowns, Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates. The players are: Oupa Manyisa, Thabo Matlaba, Teko Modise and Sthembiso Ngcobo
The 25-year-old Manyisa has been with the Buccaneers since 2008, and has over the years, become one of the integral members of the Soweto giants Our Crew has learned that Oupa Manyisa is close to agreeing a new deal that will see him stay at Orlando Pirates for the next three seasons. Manyisa's current contract is coming to an end next month, and Pirates intend to keep the Mohlakeng-born central midfielder. He has reportedly attracted interest from Mamelodi Sundowns, African football giants Al Ahly and a few European clubs, but Pirates don't want to lose him for free. Despite his immense talent that has been evident since turning professional, Manyisa has not had a fair crack in the national team. He's got 13 international caps under his belt since 2011, and this could work against him if he is to move to England in the near future as he would need more caps to get a permit. Manyisa, who made over 49 appearances for Pirates this past season, pulled out of the Bafana squad for the Australasia tour due to a ...
BAFANA Bafana’s trip to Australasia has turned into a circus! Earlier this week Bafana coach Gordon Igesund had 11 withdrawals and yesterday Mamelodi Sundowns star Teko Modise also snubbed his last-minute call-up. Bafana play Australia on Monday in Sydney and New Zealand next Friday in Auckland. It gets worse: Orlando Pirates striker Kermit Erasmus and Sthembiso Ngcobo of Bidvest Wits, who were replacements for the injured Bernard Parker, turned down the call-up because they are on holiday. Igesund had no other option but to go with fourth choice, Siphelele Mthembu of Platinum Stars, who had an average season, having scored five league goals. Kaizer Chiefs’ veteran midfielder, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, replaces Modise, who cited fatigue as he turned down the call-up. Wits midfielder Siyabonga Nhlapo is in for Oupa Manyisa, while SuperSport United left-back Sibusiso Khumalo replaces Thabo Matlaba. A frustrated Igesund said neither of the two Pirates players showed up on Tuesday to be assessed by Bafana ...
Why was Teko Modise nominated while its well known that Mamelodi Sundowns didn't play MTN8 - should have thrown Oupa Manyisa in there .
Orlando Pirates’ Meyiwa and Manyisa break PSL record Posted by: Mounib Labidi Posted date : 12 May 2014 at 8:33 am UTC 122 views In: Football, Hot news, national championships, top ￼ Orlando Pirates‘ Senzo Meyiwa and Oupa Manyisa were able to break a new record in the PSL; they both beat Mnguni’s record of 48 starts with Sundowns. The previous record was held by Themba Mnguni who achieved 48 starts during the 1997-98 season when he featured in every official match for Mamelodi Sundowns. The two players have only missed two games of Pirates’ marathon campaign, in which the club has reached the finals of all four competitions: MTN8, 2013 Caf Champions League, Telkom Knockout and Nedbank Cup. Furthermore, with the Nedbank Cup Final still to come on Saturday, they both have the opportunity to reach a record of 51 starts which has never been done since PSL’s inception in 1996.
Linda sourses says Mamelodi Sundowns coach insists he side gave everything in their 2-1 loss to Orlando Pirates in the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals. Elias Pelembe cancelled out Oupa Manyisa's sixth minute penalty, before Daine Klate sealed the win for Pirates in the 61st minute but Pitso was not happy with the forced substitutions he had to make. "I Think the challenge for us was a forced substitution of Mzikayisa Mashaba and the penalty in the third minutes," said Mosimane. "Maybe it's a penalty, I'm not sure, I couldn't see because I was far and then when you have to reply with subs, you are forced to make substitutes because people are injured. "Khama got injured and Musi(Mashaba) got injured, it's not tactical substitutions, it's substitutes because others are injured. "But what a day, what a night, how difficult was it for Surprise(Moriri), everything falls on him, I mean how many chances did he miss, I feel sorry for him. "My team fought, we gave everything and we accept the defeat." Back to the draw ...
You know somethings in Football should never be compared. Like... Raul and Ronaldo at Real Madrid. Messi and Ronadinho at Barcelona. Steven Gerald and Luis Suarez at Liverpool. Wayne Rooney and Paul Scholes at Manchester United. Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard at Chelsea. Oupa Manyisa and Teko Modishe at Orlando Pirates. Lesley Manyathela and Jerry Skhosana at Orlando Pirates. Simphiwe Tshabalala and Doctor Khumalo at Kaizer Chiefs. Scara Ngobese and Junior Khanye at Kaizer Chiefs. Zane Moosa and Daniel Mudau at Mamelodi Sundowns. Thiery Henry and Olivier Giroud at Arsenal If you know what I mean
Orlando Pirates head coach Roger de Sa has stuck to his guns over star midfielder Andile Jali. Jali, along with Oupa Manyisa was the backbone of Bucs engineroom in reaching three cup finals in 2013. There has been speculation that Jali would be tempted to jump ship and join big spending Mamelodi Sundowns in the January transfer window. But stated De Sa: “Jali is in. He’s never been out. As far as I know he is staying. But his contract is handled by our management and they are dealing with it.” Meanwhile it’s all system go for the Buccaneers first Absa Premiership fixture of 2014 when they host SuperSport United at Orlando Stadium on Saturday (3.30pm).
CAN PIRATES FINALLY BEAT PLATINUM? Orlando Pirates will be looking to beat Platinum Stars for the first time this season when they visit Dikwena at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Monday afternoon. The two teams have met twice in Cup competitions already this season, with Dikwena winning both games, but Pirates will be hoping to bring that to an end. Platinum Stars, still unbeaten at home this season, have made their intensions very clear that they are aiming to do much better than they did last season and they are still in the title race. A win over Bucs will see them close the gap opened by log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns, while at the same time, extending their unbeaten home run. Mokgakolodi Ngele, Robert N'gambi and Lindokuhle Mbatha are expected to continue carrying Dikwena forward with their dangerous runs and goals. The midfield partnership of Andile Jali and Oupa Manyisa will want to improve, having been outsmarted by Dikwena in the past two games. Top goalscorer Lennox Bacela wants to make the differ ...
Musa Bilankulu could be leaving Golden Arrows, with a potential move to Orlando Pirates or Mamelodi Sundowns on the cards.
SAFA referee, Phillip Tinyani has defended his decision for awarding Bloemfontein Celtic a goal that won the Free Staters the Telkom Knockout Cup final over Mamelodi Sundowns at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban over the weekend. More details to follow
NEWS REPORT: Rooi Mahamutsa wil no longer this season he is out wth an injury 6 or 8 months!! Andile Jali will be out for 3 weeks!! Oupa Manyisa faces a late fitness test ahead of 2mrw's clash against the BRAZILLIANS Mamelodi Sundowns! LETZ WISH UR PLAYERS A SPEEDY RECOVERY ESPECIALLY NGUBO!
Goal of the Season goes to Oupa Manyisa (vs Mamelodi Sundowns - MTN8). He takes home R30
Goal of the Season goes to Oupa Manyisa for his spectacular goal against Mamelodi Sundowns.
￼ Ajax Cape Town 1-1 ￼ Orlando Pirates Full Time George Maluleka 22 ￼ ￼Lucky Lekgwathi 26 George Maluleka 29 ￼ Keamogetse Wolff 43 ￼ Nazeer Allie 52 ￼ Granwald Scott 67 ￼ ￼Lucky Lekgwathi 39 ￼ Oupa Manyisa 57 FT It ends 1-1, with Lekgwathi canceling out Maluleka's opener. The result nudges Pirates three points clear of Mamelodi Sundowns at the summit, while Ajax remain eighth in the standings - level on 37 points with seventh-placed AmaZulu. That's it from me, have a good one people, good night! 90+2 Time running out here. One would think Bucs will consider this points dropped despite being the visiting team. 90 There will be four minutes of optional time. 87 Manyisa makes a timely block to deny Carelse from inside the area. The diminutive Bafana midfielder put his body on the line there, with Carelse's effort seemingly destined for the net. Just how crucial will that intervention prove in the title race? We'll have to wait and see.
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