Mamelodi Sundowns & Premier Soccer League

Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Premier Soccer League (PSL) is the trading name of the National Soccer League (NSL) of South Africa. 5.0/5

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Mamelodi Sundowns are the most in form team in South Africa’s Premier Soccer League and so is Dennis Onyango,...
Time: 12:17 pm Mamelodi Sundowns is blaming the Premier Soccer League regarding Alje Schut’s registration card issue. Before the start of the second half in last night’s Absa Premiership match, Orlando Pirates lodged a formal complaint against the Brazilians, suggesting that captain Schut was using an expired playing card. Pitso Mosimane hinted at foul play after the match, and now a Sundowns official has lashed out at the PSL, accusing the League of deliberately trying to destabilise the club. “This is a problem for us and it will continue until the PSL gives us Alje Schut’s card for the 2014/15 season,” an official at Chloorkop tells KickOff.com. “When we registered our players before the start of the season, the PSL gave us Schut’s card with a wrong date. When we alerted them, they told us it’s no problem and that they will fix it. “The card is the same as other players’ ones, but the date is wrong. Now before every match we always get into arguments with match officials because of ...
ZIMBABWE soccer legend and South African Absa Premier Soccer League (PSL) giants Mamelodi Sundowns manager Peter Ndlovu has attributed his team’s current fine run in the league to the grace of God. The former Warriors captain, who turned to God after surviving a horrific car crash that killed his older brother Adam Ndlovu in 2012, revealed this at a Family of God (FOG) gathering at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Grounds to welcome the new year on December 31. Ndlovu was welcomed with loud cheers when his presence was announced and he was asked to address the gathering. According to a pastor from the church, Ndlovu was one of the guests who was asked to address the FOG flock. Ndlovu thanked the church for its prayers during the difficult times he went through after losing his brother as well as the support people offered him on his long road to recovery. Ndlovu said he was able to go through the difficult times through the power and guidance of God and revealed to the gathering that he had taken h ...
If u dnt know much abt this famely here is some little infor. Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Since 2003, Sundowns are owned by billionaire mining magnate Patrice Motsepe. The club's nickname, The Brazilians, is a reference to their uniforms, which echo those of the Brazilian national team. History Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club originated from Marabastad, a cosmopolitan area North West of the Pretoria CBD. The club was originally formed in the early 1960s by a group of youngsters, among them were Reginald Hartze, Joey Lawrence and Bernard Hartze, to mention but a few, and it became an official football club in 1970. The club was affiliated to the Federation Professional Soccer League in 1973 and the same year reached the finals of the Coca-Cola Cup where they played against Berea United and lost 5–3. In 1978, the Federation Professional Soccer League threw their weight behind the then National Professional Soccer League. This meant ...
SUNDOWNS SENDS FULL SQUAD TO NAMIBIA Mamelodi Sundowns will send a full-strength squad to Namibia to participate in the Dr Hage Geingob Cup on Sunday where their opponents, who qualified to play in the final through a voting system, will be African Stars. The tournament will be played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium. Black Africa and Tigers will play in the curtain raiser. The six-times Premier Soccer League Champions will have the majority of their players available, and they will be joined by others who have been playing elsewhere in Africa on loan like Kuda Mahachi and Hichani Himonde. “We are paying tribute to a great son of the soil through this competition and we are grateful to our clubs for their willingness to be part of this competition. Sundowns team manager Peter Ndlovu said that the fans in Namibia can expect a great game as his side wants to end the season on a high note. “All our players, except those on national duty for their various countries and others who have requested to be released ea ...
Ejike Uzoenyi has hailed Mamelodi Sundowns as the best club in South Africa .
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter concedes that the Premier Soccer League title is firmly in the hands of Mamelodi Sundowns.
Mamelodi Sundowns boss Pitso Mosimane is confident his side have what it takes to secure the Premier Soccer League title. According to the Soccer Laduma website, the Brazilians currently hold a five-point lead over second-placed Kaizer Chiefs, who have a game in hand over the leaders. With just...
One last chance for us – Jele 10 Apr 2014 HAPPY JELE described the match against Mamelodi Sundowns on the weekend as the teams’ last chance to salvage their season. Jele was speaking at a Press conference this afternoon at the Premier Soccer League offices, ahead of the Nedbank Cup Quarter Final tussle with Sundowns on Saturday evening. He explained to a group of journalists at the packed PSL auditorium that Orlando Pirates will face Saturday’s clash at Loftus Stadium like a Cup final, as they intend to reach their fourth consecutive final in the current campaign. “We lost three finals already and this is the last chance for us to win something. It has been hard but we put ourselves in this situation; we cannot complain. "We won trebles and had to represent South Africa in the Champions League – we knew it would be hard and unfortunately from that competition, we have not had a great run in our domestic league. “But that is in the past. We have Sundowns to focus on… we have to win the game a ...
Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter insists that dropping below Mamelodi Sundowns on the Premier Soccer League table does not mark the end of their title charge. The Glamour Boys have led the race for league honours for most of the season, but their 1-0 defeat to Mpumalanga Black Aces on Wednesday, coupled with Sundowns' victory over Bloemfontein Celtic, saw the Brazilians take over at the top of the table. Chiefs still have a game in hand over Sundowns, and Baxter feels that falling behind is not the end of the world. "No, it's not all lost," Baxter commented after Wednesday's loss. "But we are making it difficult for ourselves, aren't we? Two 1-0 defeats at home, that's not the form of a team that has aspirations to win the championship." However, the Englishman admits that if his side continue to put in performances like the one in midweek, or in Saturday's loss to Sundowns, they will not win the league. "In terms of mathematics, it's still a long way to go but we will have to play and show a lot more ch ...
Downs players urge fans to back them in Derby 28/Mar/2014 15:10 Mamelodi Sundowns players have urged the Yellow Brigade to paint Loftus Stadium yellow for the Tshwane Derby against University of Pretoria in what is considered to be a battle for space between the Tshwane teams in the Premier Soccer League. Spokesman Kabelo Mosito says that the players are all pumped up for the game, which takes place on Sunday. “We want to urge supporters to come and witness the Tshwane Derby in numbers and do so early because the marketing team have put together a mouth-watering entertainment programme featuring top act Big-Nuz, and we will feature a Kiddies Corner for our young supporters for whom special seating has been arranged so that attendance to the game becomes a family affair. This is the experience we want to provide for our supporters – a day out which provides our players with the challenge of ensuring good football is enjoyed by all,” he said. In addition, fans are requested to keep their ticket stubs ...
Mosimane: We missed Billiat and Co. Premier Soccer League match reaction Mamelodi Sundowns 0-1 Orlando Pirates Pitso Mosimane says Mamelodi Sundowns missed the respective qualities of Khama Billiat, Alje Schut and Katlego Mashego in Tuesday night's 1-0 loss to Orlando Pirates. The Brazilians were undone by a 37th minute goal from Man of the Match Khethokwakhe Masuku at Loftus Stadium. Billiat sat out the Premiership tie after controversially picking up a fourth booking in Sundowns' 1-0 victory over Ajax Cape Town in the Nedbank Cup last week, while captain Schut and striker Katlego Mashego are sidelined with injuries. Downs coach Mosimane said: "It is a very sad that we didn't have our players. "The Khama issue has cost us. We don't have another Khama, we don't have other players like him. "When Mashego plays, when Schut plays, when Billiat plays we are a different team." The former Bafana Bafana boss added: "We gave our best, we fought hard. I felt we deserved a draw, but we accept that we lost, and it's ...
Tickets have gone on sale for matches in the Last 32 of the 2014 Nedbank Cup, the Premier Soccer League confirmed on Tuesday. Fans will be able to purchase tickets from all Computicket and Shoprite/Checkers outlets nationwide. They are priced at R40 for adults and R10 for children under the age of 12. With some big matches in the opening round of this year’s competition, there is plenty for supporters to look forward to. The Last 32 will kick-off when Ajax Cape Town host Mamelodi Sundowns at the Athlone Stadium on Friday, February 21. There will be a further 12 matches that weekend, with the remaining three games to be played on Wednesday, February 26. Kaizer Chiefs are the defending champions in the tournament having beaten then holders Supersport United 1-0 after extra-time of the 2013 tournament. They take on Black Leopards at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on February 23. Orlando Pirates, winners in 2011, are away at another National First Division side, Thanda Royal Zulu, a day earlier. NEDB ...
Celtic name Daniels as skipper February 3, 2014 Local, Local, Local, Local Bloemfontein Celtic have turned to Clayton Daniels to captain the side following the departure of Thabo Nthethe to Premier Soccer League rivals Mamelodi Sundowns. The Brazilians made a transfer deadline day swoop for the 29-year-old on Friday, with a four-year contract worth a reported R10million being agreed between the clubs. Celtic have since acted swiftly to replace the skipper, with veteran defender Daniels being handed the armband for the remainder of the PSL season, after which he will then join Supersport United, having agree a pre-contract with the Pretoria giants. “Clayton is a born leader, which is why we agreed to give him the captain’s armband,” Celtic chief executive Khumbulani Konco told The Sowetan. “He works very hard. We are aware he has signed a pre-contract with Supersport United but that did not have an influence in our decision. “We will appoint another captain once Clayton has left. We did not want ...
"Katlego “Killer” Mphela yesterday secured a last-gasp move to Kaizer Chiefs, on a frenzied transfer deadline day in the Premier Soccer League. The Mamelodi Sundowns striker has joined Amakhosi on loan from the Brazilians until the end of the season, before his permanent transfer to Naturena in July..."
Late transfers to look out for JAN 31, 2014 | NICK SAID | 0 COMMENTS A RELATIVELY quiet January transfer window will slam shut today when the Premier Soccer League offices close at 5pm, leaving clubs with just hours to make final additions to their squads ... and it seems there are three more big deals possible. inShare BIDING TIME: Mamelodi Sundowns striker Katlego Mphela. Photo: Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images DOWNS TARGET: Bloemfontein Celtic defender Thabo Nthethe Photo: Charle Lombard/Gallo Images One of those is the switch of striker Lehlohonolo Majoro from Kaizer Chiefs to Orlando Pirates in this window, with insiders suggesting the deal would be completed by close of business today. The clubs met earlier this week to thrash out a deal that would see the player end his Naturena nightmare ahead of the end of his contract in June, and join Pirates immediately rather than wait until next season. Majoro would be the first player to be transferred between the two Soweto giants since Jimmy Tau in 2005. Ama . ...
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Zimbabwe star Kuda Mahachi says he hopes to seal a move to the Premier Soccer League after impressing during the ongoing CHAN tournament. The Warriors star's man-of-the-match display against Mali helped Ian Gorowa's men progress to the semi-finals, and his form has attracted admiring glances from clubs both at home and in South Africa. The playmaker spent time on trial at Mamelodi Sundowns prior to the tournament and a move could still be on the cards, while Mahachi also admitted that he is certainly open to using a possible PSL move as the "first step" to his ultimate goal of playing in Europe. For now I don't know anything, but I am hoping to come and play in South Africa's PSL. My manager is sorting all of this out and my focus now is on the field," he said. "I do want to come to South Africa and express myself in the PSL. If the chance comes to move to the PSL and then get a chance to go to Europe I will take it. "But moving to the PSL is my first step."
Q1- Gaise e fele, ditsala, le yone Q2, Go sa emetse metshameko yotlhe go ka tshameka, mme Q1 le Q2 ditlaya bokutlong fa Orlando Pirates e feditse ka metshameko yotlhe Supersport lead Q1 ka 15 points, Chiefs e leader Q2 ka 18 points PSL set record straight on Q1 ‘winners’ Premier Soccer League on Q-Innovation claims Posted: 18 November 2013 Time: 03:44 pm Print this article The Premier Soccer League says there is no way people can say Mamelodi Sundowns have won the first quarter of Q-Innovation because so many matches are yet to be played. Many fans and media houses have proclaimed the Brazilians as Q-1 winners based on the fact that they were top of the log after eight matches, but PSL media spokesman Lux September says it’s not as simple as that. “For anyone to say that Sundowns have won Q1 is incorrect,” he tells KickOff.com. “Q-Innovation works in blocks; we have block fixtures that we scheduled and the block fixture of Q1 will count towards the points of the Q1 log. “Orlando Pirates have ...
Eze Nears Sundowns Deal Another Nigerian player is set to ink a contract at Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa, as the Premier Soccer League (PSL) side are said to be keen on taking on the striker in a major summer transfer. Information made available by kickoffnigeria.com reveals that Sundowns could sign Eze on a lucrative deal, after he impressed the club’s crew and officials during his trial with the team. Sources within the club, fondly called Brazilians, reveal that Eze has made a huge impression at Chloorkop and coach of the side, Pitso Mosimane has reportedly been very happy with the striker’s performances. If Sundowns decide to sign Eze, he would add a new dimension to their rich Nigerian connection, but his confirmation may have to wait until end of the season as the club has already exhausted its foreign quota for the season. The last Nigerian Sundowns signed was home-based Eagles striker at the ongoing Championship of African Nations (CHAN) in South Africa, Gbolahan Salami, who they splashed ...
Amakhosi eventually made the likes of Itumeleng Khune, Siphiwe Tshabalala, Bernard Parker and Tefu Mashamaite available for the showpiece after protracted talks with Safa and the Premier Soccer League. Motaung previously stated the club's position on the matter, and consequently received criticism in some circles. Chiefs released a statement on Monday, which said: 'Kaizer Chiefs would like to clarify the issue of the player release and also put other matters into perspective. The issue of the release of the players to Bafana Bafana has always been between the national team coach and the team coach. Therefore, there has not been any meeting even the meeting of the International Affairs did not discuss the matter of the release of the players. 'The matter of the teleconference has been misrepresented in the media. The teleconference was as a result of the request by Safa to bring forward the game between Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs from the 28th January to the 23rd January 2014. This request was pre ...
Moroka Swallows veteran Siyabonga Nomvete admits strike partner Edward Manqele's possible exit at the club would be a "massive loss" for the Dube Birds. Manqele, who is on loan at Swallows from Mamelodi Sundowns, has attracted interest from Premiership champions Kaizer Chiefs, having netted eight times in all competitions this campaign. And Nomvete is hopeful Manqele is not prised away from Dobsonville Stadium, as was the case in the off-season with Katlego Mashego's departure to Sundowns. Mashego was the top scorer in the Premier Soccer League last term with 13 goals. "Edward is immense in the side, and to once more lose someone of that material will be a massive loss at the club," Nomvete tells KickOff.com. "We lost a great finisher, Katlego Mashego to Sundowns this season, who was a top goalscorer in the PSL last season and now this with Manqele ... it will be very difficult." 'Bhele' went on to discuss Manqele's qualities. "Edward is a sharp-shooting individual and a great finisher," says Nomvethe. "H ...
Sports Alert Debate: Should Mphela Remain at Downs? ACCORDING to the latest football news surrounding the future of Mamelodi Sundowns striker Katlego Mphela has it that the striker is set to meet with his agent Glyn Binkin to decide his future today. Mphela has been linked with moves to the reigning Premier Soccer League champions Kaizer Chiefs, Supersport United and Orlando Pirates. Meanwhile, in the other latest rumour mill surrounding the player also has it that Mpumalanga Black Aces have shown a great interest in capturing the signature of the 29-year-old goalpoacher. What do you make of Mphela's current situation at Downs? Do you think Mphela should leave the Brazilians after a stint of limited game time in the Pretoria-based football club? Which team would you wish that he joins when he leaves the Patrice Motsepe team? SPORTS ALERT DEBATE the Passion of the Game sportsalerto- Debate
The January transfer window period opens at midnight and a host of top Premier Soccer League (PSL) players can start negotiating new deals with other clubs. This as many players enter the the last six months of their contracts. The biggest name that can make a move is Mamelodi Sundowns striker Katlego Mphela. The player, who moved to the club in 2008, scored 56 goals from 110 appearances for The Brazilians. Reports suggest Mphela could make a return to former club Supersport United. Kaizer Chiefs are also rumoured to be keeping an eye on him. Orlando Pirates midfielder Andile Jali is also another player who could be on the move. He was reported to be in negotiations with the club about a contract extension, but with six months remaining on his deal, he's free to sign a pre–contract agreement with another club. Thabo Matlaba and Sifiso Myeni can also start negotiating with other clubs as they enter the final stage of their contracts with the Buccaneers. Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs could also be in danger ...
For me the Premier Soccer League's match of the season will be the one between Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns. Too much quality there
Police confirm Sangweni’s uncle, not father, was shot The uncle of Orlando Pirates defender Siyabonga Sangweni was shot and wounded near KwaMbonambi on Friday, KwaZulu-Natal police said. “It was [Sangweni's] uncle, not his dad,” commander at the local police station Colonel Brenda Mgenge said. He was taken to a nearby hospital. An attempted murder docket was opened, she said. Earlier, Orlando Pirates administrator Floyd Mbele said Siyabonga was not the shooter. “It was not Siyabonga, it was one of his siblings,” Mbele said. Which sibling it was, and the motive for the shooting, were still unclear. Siyabonga, 31, has two brothers who play for clubs in the Premier Soccer League. Thamsanqa Sangweni, 24, plays for Mamelodi Sundowns, and Mandla Sangweni, 26, is goalkeeper for AmaZulu
SAFA, PSL reach compromise for CHAN The meeting of the SAFA International Affairs Committee which took place on 23 December 2013 has reaffirmed the importance of balancing the need to have a strong team for CHAN 2014 while allowing some Premier Soccer League (PSL) must be played during this period. In this regard, the Committee notes with appreciation, the decision of the League that only five matches will be played during the CHAN tournament. However, after consultation with the League, an agreement was reached that the match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs scheduled for 28 January 2014 be brought forward to 23 January 2014, which is a rest period between the last round and quarter final of CHAN. Playing this match in January will alleviate the congestion for Kaizer Chiefs when they commence with their participation in the Caf Champions League. The Committee expresses its gratitude to the League and the affected teams for their positive consideration of the matter. The Committee also noted a ...
Bafana Bafan coach, Gordon Igesund named a strong squad for the tournament, but did not name any Orlando Pirates players, due to their local Premier Soccer League (PSL) commitments, as they look to catch up fixtures that were previously postponed due to the Soweto club's participation in the Caf Champions League. Instead, Igesund named a host of Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns stars, as well as a handful of Platinum Stars players. However, the AmaKhosi selected players have been withdrawn. According to Kaizer Chiefs manager Bobby Motaung, this is because the Chan tournament is not a FIFA-sanctioned event and that they are not obliged to release their players. Our phone topic today we ask - what do you make of this?
Johnson slams PSL scheduling 2013-12-18 Supersport United coach Cavin Johnson has slammed the "shambles" created by the Premier Soccer League in fixtures this season, after his side's 1-1 Premiership draw against Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Versfeld on Monday night. After getting off to a flier, United have struggled with consistency. Two wins in nine games - with four draws and three defeats - have seen Johnson's team slip to fifth place. The Matsatsantsa coach acknowledged that the league had no option but to cancel matches in the week before former president Nelson Mandela's funeral. But he said the breaks in the league season due to unfathomable scheduling have taken their toll on teams' consistency. "When you take over a team where you haven't bought one player, and change the whole technical team, it takes time," Johnson said. "At the same time up until this last week, the PSL has been in a shambles. There were weeks where we played three games, then times were we had 10 days or a month off. Two tea ...
The arbitration case involving Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Mabhuti Khenyeza set down for this week has been postponed yet again to mid-January, but it may be of little consequence as the player battles with a mystery knee injury. The hearing will therefore come some five months after the Premier Soccer League referred the matter to arbitration on August 29, following the decision of the SAFA Appeals Board to change his punishment for spitting on a match official from a 12-month ban to a R50 000 fine, half of which was suspended. It was due to take place tomorrow, but SAFA have confirmed to Times Media that the matter will now only be heard in the middle of January, with no firm day given. Khenyeza was found guilty by the PSL’s Disciplinary Committee in June of misbehaviour and unsporting behaviour” for having spat at and verbally insulted linesman Zakhele Siwela after he was sent off late in the game against Mamelodi Sundowns in April while still playing at Ajax Cape Town. If the arbitrator finds in ...
A Brief Profile on Pitso John Mosimane Pitso Mosimane started by playing "Street Football" in the townships of Kagiso and Soweto where he grew up. He played soccer at all the schools he attended and this led him to also start playing for the Soweto amateur football club known as Rockville Hungry Lions. After some impressive performances he was recruited by Jomo Sono and Stanley "Screamer" Tshabalala to play for Jomo Cosmos FC at the age of 18. He played for Jomo Cosmos FC for two years before becoming the most expensive player in the country with a move to Mamelodi Sundowns in 1985. While at Mamelodi Sundowns he helped the club win their first trophy in the league as well as the Mainstay Cup in the same year. He returned to Jomo Cosmos where he scored 11 goals in 14 games en-route to the club's first Premier Soccer League title. In 1989 Pitso was signed by Orlando Pirates but shortly moved to Europe to join a Greek team, Ionikos FC. After six years in Greece, he signed for a Belgium team called Rita Berla ...
Maritzburg United's 2013/14 Squad Following a fairly busy period by Maritzburg during the transfer window, the Premier Soccer League has released the list of players registered by the club for the 2013/14 season, to date. With the club losing Cuthbert Malajila to Mamelodi Sundowns, signing players who can score goals regularly was a priority for United. Yakubu Mohammed and Ashley Hartog were signed to supplement the team’s attacking options, with Mohammed expected to be a goal threat with Hartog being more of a creative force. The club also added depth at the back with Robyn Johannes, Ruben Cloete and Tawfeeq Salie coming on board. Ruben Cloete was also a permanent addition made to the club. Soccer-Laduma takes a look at United’s 2013/14 squad: Players in: Yakubu Mohammed, Thamsanqa Mkhize, Tawfeeq Salie, Robyn Johannes, Ashley Hartog and Ruben Cloete. Players out: Cuthbert Malajila (to Mamelodi Sundowns), Mthokozisi Yende (to Free State Stars) and Francis Chansa (retired). The full squad as per the P ...
PSL flavour to qualifiers ANOTHER large number of South African-based footballers have headed off around the continent for World Cup action at the weekend, but only a few still have any chance left of making the finals in Brazil next year. Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Uganda and Zambia are the countries who still hold out hope and who have players from the Premier Soccer League and National First Division in their squads. Ethiopia will be looking to new Bidvest Wits striker Getaneh Kebede to help get them the win they need over the Central African Republic on Saturday to finish ahead of Bafana Bafana in Group A. Victory for the Ethiopians on neutral turf in Brazzaville, Congo, will be enough to ensure they progress to the last phase of Africa's qualifiers for the 2014 finals. Zambia must beat Ghana away in Kumasi on Friday night in a tough mission if they are to progress and have named Kennedy Mweene of Mamelodi Sundowns, Davies Nkausu of Supersport United and Joseph Musonda of Lamontville Golden Arrows in th ...
Mamelodi Sundowns hold the record for the most wins in the history of the Premier Soccer League with 237 wins
Mamelodi Sundowns FC shared the following link and had this to say about it: Togolese international and new Mamelodi Sundowns recruit, Dove Wome is pleased to be reunited with former teammate at Free State Stars, Edward Manqele. The pair formed a deadly combination at Stars, and saw Manqele being one of the top marksmen in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). We catch up with our new acquisition. Full Stor...
'Players forced to quit at 22' Sello Rabothata South African football players are now being forced to retire at the age of 22 years. That is according to local legend and Black Prince of soccer, Jomo Sono. And he has received support from former Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana Bafana defender Lovers Mohlala, who also believes that the ruling has the potential to stifle the development of the South African game. Sono spoke during an interview with Sowetan Soccer magazine (now on sale) regarding his team's failure to make a quick return to the Premier Soccer League following their relegation in the 2011-12 season. The Jomo Cosmos chairman and head coach says: "We didn't have a good season. We thought we were ready, only to find out the hard way that we were not. We had to get rid of a number of seasoned players because of the National First Division rule which requires teams to start at all times with five players who are under the age of 23 years." Last season teams had to sign players born in or after 1990. ...
South African Premier Soccer League side Mamelodi Sundowns have announced the signing of Togo midfielder Dove Wome from Free State Stars.
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Musona attending trials at Sundowns THE younger brother of former Kaizer Chiefs and Zimbabwean striker Knowledge Musona could be set for a move to the Premier Soccer League after it was confirmed he would attend trials at Mamelodi Sundowns. Walter Musona is tipped to be a prodigious talent, possibly greater than his older brother, and has already been for trials with English Premiership giants Chelsea two years ago and Ajax Cape Town, but is said to have matured since then. The 17-year-old forward will try his luck at Chloorkop, having come through the same Aces Youth Soccer Academy (AYSA) that developed his brother before his highly successful move to Chiefs and ultimately a career in the German Bundesliga. "Walter will be going for trials at Sundowns, who said they want to have a look at him. We are confident in his ability, he should be able to make it," AYSA owner Nigel Munyati told reporters. No date has been given for the trials, but it is likely to be in the coming weeks, with Sundowns returning to ...
Mabhuti Khanyeza Ajax striker "could be banned for 12 months for allegedly spitting at a lines man in a Premier Soccer League game against Mamelodi Sundowns on April 2 at Loftus Stadium. Wednesday we will find out the outcome of his case as his wait for PSL to decide his faith.
Williams happy to bide time Supersport United goalkeeper Ronwen Williams is happy waiting in the wings for his turn in the Bafana Bafana set-up. Following yet another young player of the season award and a nomination for goalkeeper of the year - an accolade snapped up by his idol Itumeleng Khune of Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday night - Williams said he was content learning from his more experienced counterparts. Khune, Mamelodi Sundowns' Wayne Sandilands and Senzo Meyiwa of Orlando Pirates are all ahead of Williams in the Bafana pecking order. Meyiwa was also a candidate for goalkeeper of the season. "I'm still young," said Williams, who scooped his club's players' player of the season and chairman's awards. "My aim is to keep doing my best for my team and if [Bafana coach] Gordon Igesund likes what he sees, he will call me up." Williams said this week that he idolised Premier Soccer League footballer of the year Khune, who also had to wait his turn to don Bafana colours. The Chiefs skipper, who only turns 26 n ...
Pitso plays underdog tag: The most expensive team in the Premier Soccer League ¿ Mamelodi Sundowns - is playin...
Power Dynamos have confirmed that ABSA Premier Soccer League side Mamelodi Sundowns wrote to them expressing their interest in acquiring the services of Mukuka Mulenga.
Premier Soccer League action returned on Tuesday night with a titanic battle in Pretoria as Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs played to an entertaining goalless draw at the Loftus Stadium in an Absa Premiership match. The result means second placed Orlando Pirates have a chance to go top of the log if they beat Supersport United tomorrow...
Pirates, United in dress rehearsal FEB 11, 2013 Orlando Pirates and Supersport United head into African competitions this weekend, but both clubs will first need to take care of Premier Soccer League obligations - against one another. ACE: Bucs skipper Lucky LekgwathiPhoto: Gallo Images After the Africa Cup of Nations finals, the local leagues settle back into routine from tomorrow night with Mamelodi Sundowns hosting Kaizer Chiefs at Loftus. Pirates, who qualified for the African Champions League by virtue of being league champions, are up against FC Djabal of the Comores on Saturday. However, they have the not-so-small matter of a league encounter against United at the Orlando Stadium on Wednesday night. Matsatsantsa are campaigning in the Confederations Cup following their Nedbank Cup triumph last season. They face the Democratic Republic of Congo's Don Bosco in Kinshasa also on Saturday. The Buccaneers are second on the Premier League log with 34 points, just one behind league leaders Chiefs. United a ...
Soccer news • Steven Pienaar, who collected Everton’s Player of the Month award for December, admits his eyes are on the Africa Cup of Nations. - - - • Jimmy Jambo, who tore his knee ligaments in October last year, says he is hoping to come back sooner than expected. - - - • New Zimbabwe national team coach Klaus Pagels has axed AmaZulu goalkeeper and captain Tapiwa Kapini and Mamelodi Sundowns' Esrom Nyandoro from the squad to face Botswana at Rufaro next Wednesday. There is also no space for Sundowns' striker Nyasha Mushekwi who was cleared of match-fixing allegations while Kapini's teammate Carlington Nyadombo was also dropped, together with Kaizer Chiefs' Willard Katsande. - - - • Fifty learners from Fons Luminis Secondary School had a world class training session with Premier Soccer League champions Orlando Pirates at the school’s sports grounds in Diepkloof, Soweto. - - - • Former Ajax Cape Town midfielder Eyong Enoh has won a move to the English Premiership after he joined Fulham on t ...
Condolences to the Krok family! Abe Krok, chairman of the board of Mamelodi Sundowns and founder member of the Premier Soccer League, has passed away following a long spell of illness. The Krok family owned Sundowns for a period, after buying it from Standard Bank following the liquidation of Zola Mahobe, and the family’s relationship with the club was enduring. Under...
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Saha on his way to PSL? Orlando Pirates are set to land Africa’s version of Wayne Rooney. 17 January 2013 | mzwakhe ngwenya Or even better they may sign Sunderland’s Louis Saha. Saha, a French international, has been released by the English Premier League club with his manager Martin O’Neill hinting that he could land a team in the Premier Soccer League. “We have come to an agreement whereby we will cancel the remainder of his contract, shake hands and go our separate ways,” O’Neill told United Kingdom’s Sunderlandecho.com. “I have heard that there is some interest in South Africa for Louis and it might be of some interest to him.” With his salary demands likely to be astronomical for the local market, it is possible that only a few teams could afford him – Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns. Meanwhile, Zimbabwean Ronald Chitiyo, nicknamed “Rooney” in his native land, arrived in this country for a week-long trial with the Pirates, PSL defending champions. SuperSport Uni . ...
PSL LATEST NEWS & Transfer Gossips: • Roger de Sa has joined Stuart Baxter in the race to sign Kermit Erasmus. Pirates will also be looking to bring in Mamelodi Sundowns striker Edward Manqele. • Orlando_Pirates join the race for Ajax Cape Town playmaker Khama Billiat whose worth R10m .Sundowns are already leading the race. • Zimbabwe's Ronald Chitiyo is having trials with Orlando PiratesOrlando Pirates striker Bongani Ndulula is on the radar of three Premier Soccer League rivals, so says the player’s agent Tim Sukazi. • Kaizer Chiefs’ proposed link-up with English Premier League giants Manchester United has fallen through and will no longer be happening. • Orlando Pirates could give Tshepo Liphoko a break by promoting him to the first team in the near future. Liphoko, who will be turning 18 in February, has done well in the junior ranks both at club and international level. • Bloemfontein Celtic, who are already taking a look at Rodrick Mutuma of Zimbabwe Dynamos, are set to welcome ...
Kaizer Chiefs have asked the Premier Soccer League for a postponement of their next league match against Mamelodi Sundowns, which comes just two days after the end of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. Are they afraid of Sundowns or what?
SA giants to play in Botswana A rigorous programme has been arranged for Mamelodi Sundowns players during the mid-season break – and coach Pitso Mosimane has made it clear that his vision is to finish as high as possible on the final log as the league goes into the home straight of the Premier Soccer League. Full Schedule: 11 January – The players return from the break and do fitness tests. 21 January – The team departs for Polokwane for the mid-season training camp. 26 & 27 January – Four team tournament involving Black Leopards and two other teams. 31 January – The team travels to Botswana. 02 & 03 February – Four team tournament involving three Botswana teams. 04 February – The team returns from Botswana.
Brent set to miss Chippa’s preparations A hip injury for veteran Brent Carelse is likely to sideline the Chippa United captain through much of their mid-season break, said coach Farouk Abrahams. The injury adds to a myriad of complaints that have hampered the veteran midfielder, brought in to help the club’s fight to keep their Premier Soccer League status. Carelse missed the last three matches of the year for the club at Pretoria University and home to both AmaZulu and Mamelodi Sundowns. He pulled a hamstring muscle in the goalless draw with champions Orlando Pirates on December 5. Carelse has battled with injury since arriving at Chippa from neighbours Ajax Cape Town. Abrahams has described him as the potential pivot of the team but now faces a battle to get him fit. “It doesn’t look like it will be an easy recovery. It is a problem that might take some time,” he said of the latest injury for the 31-year-old. Carelse is one of several reinforcements that Chippa United have made in recent month ...
Mamelodi Sundowns have a chance to celebrate a considerable achievement at a time of some turmoil by setting a goal scoring landmark in the Premier Soccer League. A goal on Wednesday away at Free State Stars inched Sundowns closer to become the first club to reach 750 goals in the PSL. They need three more to achieve the feat with a home game to come against Black Leopards at Atteridgeville on Sunday. Sundowns have the second most blunt attack in the league this season with eight goals from their 13 matches to date, but it has lifted their overall tally since the league’s start in 1996 to 747 goals. But if they do not achieve a hat trick of goals on Sunday they will still have time to get closer to the mark, ahead of their closest two challengers. They are nine goals ahead of Orlando Pirates on the all-time PSL scoring chart, now on 738 after scoring 18 times this season. Chiefs, whose tally of 27 goals in 13 league games is the most by any club this season, have move up to 732 goals from 517 matches si ...
Bloem Celtic vs Mamelodi Sundowns - Premier Soccer League (PSL) is the trading name of the National Soccer League (NSL) of South Africa. The top league is the Absa Premiership, sponsored by ABSA. The next highest league is the National First Division.
Hehe Orlando Stadium owee! Moses Mabhida to host Telkom Knockout Final Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium will host the 2012/13 Telkom Knockout final between Mamelodi Sundowns and Bloemfontein Celtic. This was confirmed by the Premier Soccer League (PSL) today. The Telkom Knockout (TKO) final will kick-off at 20h15. This will be for a second successive year that the TKO Final is hosted at the awe-...
If Premier Soccer League were a classroom then. Ajax Cape Town is the boy who works so hard through out 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. Kaizer Chiefs is always the best student in class and other students hate him for his achievemets. Orlando Pirates is the student that never reads but is always lucky to Pass test. Bloemfontein Celtic is the student who has spent 5yrs in the same class. Jomo Cosmos is there to help others do their work but fails to do his. Free State Stars is a student who always good with poems but knows nothing about books. Wits university is the student who passes all extra mural activities but still fail to pass.
Did you know: Mamelodi Sundowns reserve goalkeeper Calvin Marlin is the only player left in the league who competed in the inaugural Premier Soccer League in 1996!
f Premier Soccer League was a school then: - Supersport United would be the bus driver - Kaizer Chiefs would be the history teacher - Mamelodi Sundowns would be the school owner - Bidvest Wits would be the students - Orlando Pirates would be the president of the school You Know What I Mean :-)
Club boss Patrice Motsepe will meet Mamelodi Sundowns fans on Saturday morning in Midrand. KickOff.com is in possession of the correspondence that was sent to the supporters branches and the meeting is described as "long awaited", after their worst ever start in the 17-year history of the Premier Soccer League. "Dear Sandawana, the long awaited meeting comprising of the President, Technical Team, Player Representatives, Management, NOB's, Gauteng North and South PEC's, Branch Chairpersons and Secretaries (Gauteng North and South) is confirmed for this Saturday 13 October 2012 in Midrand ,venue TBC. "Daisy Kgopa (Supporters' assistant) will contact and invite Branch delegates and Mambush (Daniel Mudau) will handle the logistics of the travelling delegates." Sundowns have hit a rough patch and the disgruntled fans are demanding answers from management. The Brazilians are currently 15th on the Premiership table.
The Premier Soccer League supported by Stadium Management and Mamelodi Sundowns today laid criminal charges against some individuals who were involved in the crowd violence during this past weekend.
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?
Wafa hooligan! For the first time in history of Premier Soccer League both PSL and Mamelodi Sundowns pressed criminal charges against misbehaving Sundowns fans and arrests will follow soon. Hai skhathele!
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New name for PSL: Pretoria Soccer League. Old name was PSL: Premier Soccer League. Pretoria Teams in the PSL:Mamelodi Sundowns,Super Sport United and Pretoria University
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Lamontville Golden Arrows recorded their first win in the 2012/13 Absa Premiership season when they defeated Mamelodi Sundowns 1-0 at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday evening.
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I think Mamelodi SundownS is gonna win the Premier Soccer League (PSL) this season.
Premier Soccer League (PSL) club Bidvest Wits have confirmed the appointment of Argentinean Antonio Lopez Habas as their new coach on a two-year deal and he will be assisted by Miguel Gonzalez Martinez. Any thoughts? i think let him i mean he was fired by fans previously and his career does need a bit of redeeming in these shores. the pressure at wits is not as intense and hard_hitting as at Mamelodi Sundowns.
After Orlando Pirates won a Treble two seasons in a row,Dstv.s board of directors have announcd that Pirates matches are to be broadcast on all of the SuperSport channels,as it is the Channel of Champions. Moroka Swallows,who last won the league in 1965,will be on the History Channel. Mamelodi Sundowns,who won the League in 2006/2007,are set for the Discovery Channel and Kaizer Chiefs,who last lifted a leagud trophy in 2004/2005,wil air on the Carto on network. The rest of the Premier Soccer League matches will be on Blits as highlights. n
SuperSport Football wrote: The last time ‘Dube BirdsMoroka Swallows won a domestic league was 47 years ago. In 1965, they captured the South African Soccer League (SASL). The closest they have ever come to the top of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) log was during the 2006/2007 season when they finished third behind Mamelodi Sundowns and Silver Stars. Do you think Moroka Swallows can end a 47-year title drought...
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