Mamelodi Sundowns & Ramahlwe Mphahlele

Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Ramahlwe Mphahlele (born 1 February 1990 in Ga Mphahlele, Limpopo) is a South African football (soccer) defender and midfielder for Premier Soccer League club Pretoria University. 5.0/5

Mamelodi Sundowns Ramahlwe Mphahlele Pitso Mosimane Kaizer Chiefs Bloemfontein Celtic Orlando Pirates Teko Modise Chippa United Sibusiso Khumalo Tiyani Mabunda Steve Barker Edward Manqele Free State Stars Thami Sangweni Anthony Laffor Bidvest Wits Rodney Ramagalela

Mamelodi Sundowns captain Ramahlwe Mphahlele has ruled himself out of today's match vs Orlando Pirates
Mamelodi Sundowns could be without captain Ramahlwe Mphahlele when they lock horns with Kaizer Chiefs in the...
Who should take over the captain's armband at Mamelodi Sundowns next season?. A. Hlompho Kekana. B. Teko Modise. C. Ramahlwe Mphahlele.
Mamelodi Sundowns defender, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, is a contender for SL Readers Player of the Season.
Mamelodi Sundowns defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele says the Brazilians will fight to the end when they clash against...
Mamelodi Sundowns defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele says they learnt a lot from Orlando Pirates as they continue...
Ramahlwe Mphahlele says Downs have learnt from Pirates what can be done in the Champions League.
the Individual performances of the Mamelodi Sundowns players following their 2-0 win over Free State Stars. Here are the ratings: Kennedy Mweene: 6 A relatively easy night for the Zambian shot- stopper, but he did pull off a fine save to deny Tiyani Mabunda in the first half. Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 6 Solid performance from the fullback, who did well on both ends of the field. Alje Schut: 6 Another commanding display from the Sundowns captain and should have got his name on the score-sheet in the second half. Thabo Nthethe: 6 Worked well alongside Schut throughout the 90 minutes, but the Sundowns defence was hardly challenged. Punch Masenamela: 6 A much better performance from the left fullback, after disappointing against SuperSport United. Bongani Zungu: 6 Another consistent performance from the young midfielder, who seems to be enjoying his football at the moment. Hlompho Kekana: 6 Kekana looks to be building up a good understanding with Zungu, while he did well to protect the back four. Teko Modise: 7 Ano ...
Ramahlwe Mphahlele and Mame Niang could play an important for Mamelodi Sundowns in their game against University...
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 ...
Sundowns whip Zesco United 18/Jan/2014 23:49 Mamelodi Sundowns ended the trip of Zambia on a high after beating tournament hosts Zesco United 3-1 in the third and final match of the four-team tournament. After returning from special leave, Wayne Arendse returned to Zambia got right into the action. He partnered Ramahlwe Mphahlele at center back. With both sides wanting to end the tournament on a high, parks were flying from the first whistle. The Brazilians took the initiative and launched the first attack through their front line which consisted of Cuthbert Malajila and Khama Billiat. At the same time both teams seemed to be very sharp at the back in a bid not to concede early but the home side were the busier of the two. With just over ten minutes to go before half time both sides were guilty of not converting their chances. First it Malajila letting a glorious opportunity pass by when he took too many touches in the box. Then a minute later on the other side, Zesco failed to convert from point blank ra ...
Mamelodi Sundowns' Bongani Zungu, Anthony Laffor, Tiyani Mabunda, Ramahlwe Mphahlele and Thami Sangweni have all returned to full training after recovering from their respective knocks.
The January Shopping List Mamelodi Sundowns players whose contracts are set to expire at the end of this season, they're free to start pre-contract talks with other clubs in January. Should their clubs extend their deals? 1. Katlego Mphela 2. Surprise Moriri 3. Punch Masenamela 4. Hlompho Kekana 5. Thela Ngobeni 6. Jabulani Shongwe 7. Ramahlwe Mphahlele.
AmaTuks request players from Mamelodi Sundowns. AmaTuks are looking to reinforce their squad during the January transfer window as they're trying to better their last season's performance. The Tshwane side has been struggling to replicate their last season's form, and with 15 games to go, they have approached neighbours Mamelodi Sundowns for players. "AmaTuks have requested us to help them with some players in January," Said Sundowns official. "They will be happy to have whichever player we give them because they were not specific," he said. "The issue was discussed before Christmas and I am sure we will get back to them (AmaTuks) in the next few weeks to see if we can help them, because they have been struggling this season," he added. Sundowns and AmaTuks have worked together before, in deals that involved the likes of Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Lionel Mutizwa and Siyabonga Ngubane. And although nothing has been said, Sundowns could be tempted to loan players such as Tiyane Mabunda and Raymond Monama who have ...
Ramagalela back in casualty room 2013-11-27 IT NEVER rains but pours for Rodney Ramagalela. Just as he was shaping up after a three-month lay-off, the Mamelodi Sundowns marksman finds himself back in the casualty room. This time he has to rehabilitate a groin injury suffered in training this week, an injury that will keep him out of the game for up to two months. After being sidelined by a hamstring injury at the beginning of the season, the former Black Leopards striker recovered well and returned to full training. He came on as a second-half substitute and scored his maiden goal for Sundowns against AmaTuks two weeks ago. The latest setback will certainly derail the attacker, who has clearly made an impression at Sundowns. The Brazilians have been hard hit by injuries this season, losing no fewer than eight players to an assortment of injuries. Midfielder Mzikayise Mashaba, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Makuka Mulenga and goalkeeper Glenn Verbauwhede are all recovering. Downs will play their first game in a month ...
The former Bafana Bafana international was the first player to officially be confirmed by the Brazilians, having joined in a swap- deal from SuperSport United that saw Sibusiso Khumalo go the other way. Moon, who spent the last six months on loan at Bidvest Wits, says he is thrilled at the prospect of regular game-time and silverware. “I am excited,” he tells KickOff.com. “I am really looking forward to playing and being part of the success at Mamelodi Sundowns. “I am sure coach Pitso Mosimane is putting together a very good team. I have a faith in the team and the coach.” Moon will have to battle it out with the likes of Ramahlwe Mphahlele and Doctor Mampuru for the right-back position, but he is unfazed. “In every team there will be competition,” he adds. “I have played in the UEFA Champions League and ahead of a Swedish international. I played at SuperSport United where I fought it out with Davis Nkausu, a Zambian international. “I am used to competition and am ready to fight for my p ...
I wonder with all the signings that Mamelodi Sundowns are making currently (Bryce Moon, Kennedy Mweene, Dave Wome, Sibusiso Kumalo, etc) with all the stars they have (Wayne Sandilands, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Teko Modise, Dennis Onyango, Elias Pelembe, etc), will they make it to the top again? Where is our country going in terms of development? Will we see Bafana Bafana, Ama glug-glug, going somewhere if this persists? I am worried.
Mamelodi Sundowns defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele was named Man of the Match after a sturdy performance in their 0-0 draw with Kaizer Chiefs on Tuesday night.
Mamelodi Sundowns come-back kid, Ramahlwe Mphahlele says it feels good to be back at Chloorkop and he feels right at home at Chloorkop.
Mamelodi Sundowns have asked neighbours Pretoria University for the early return of fullback Ramahlwe Mphahlele. Mphahlele was seen as surplus to requirements by previous coach Johan Neeskens but new coach Pitso Mosimame hasinsisted he needs some beefing up of the squad during the transfer window with Mphahlele's return to the team as one of them.
_ WORLD FOOTBALL NEWS - • Bidvest Wits has made a u-turn on Erwin Isaacs. The Club has announced that Erwin Isaacs and Muzikayise Mashaba are not for sale. - • Mamelodi Sundowns defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele says he is confident his second spell with the Brazilians will be a success. - • Thuso Phala’s performances for Bafana Bafana against Norway and Algeria have not only alerted some local clubs; it has led to interest from overseas. - • Despite Mark Mayambela’s comment that he is holding out for a move to Kaizer Chiefs, there has been no formal approach from Naturena for the midfielder. The Orlando Pirates man looked set to sign with Chippa United last week, but the move broke down at the final hurdle, with Mayambela not willing to sign for longer than six months. - • Zimbabwe Soccer Star of the Year, Denver Mukamba, has signed a two-year deal with Bidvest Wits, according to his agent. The former DC Academy and Dynamos midfielder passed his medicals last Thursday and is expected home on Tues ...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has succeeded in bringing Ramahlwe Mphahlele back to the club.
University Of Pretoria will be without defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele for the rest of the season after Mamelodi Sundowns requested that the player returns back to Chloorkop before his loan-deal with AmaTuks expires in June.
Mosimane reveals Sundowns’ shopping list Pitso Mosimane on Mamelodi Sundowns’ transfer list Posted: 10 January 2013 Time: 12:53 pm Print this article Pitso Mosimane says Mamelodi Sundowns are shopping for players, but not from overseas, adding that he wants to keep Katlego Mphela and Teko Modise – and bring back Ramahlwe Mphahlele. “We are aware of the rumours making rounds about us wanting to sign players left right and centre. We will not be making any wholesale changes, because the only thing we want to do is to strengthen certain key positions, where we feel we are thin,” the coach tells the club’s official website. “Some reports even link us to some foreign players. This can’t be true because we have exhausted our foreign quota.” Mosimane says he is looking for a centre-back and a “natural” left winger, “because those are the positions we need to strengthen”. He adds that the club is also already negotiating contracts with the players he and the technical team have identifie ...
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has confirmed that he wants to re-call Ramahlwe Mphahlele from Tuks.
PSL News & Transfer Gossips: • Thanduyise Khuboni says the time has come for him to leave Golden Arrows and further his career elsewhere – with a Gauteng club a distinct possibility. The Bafana Bafana midfielder’s contract expires in June, with both Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs tipped potential destinations. • University Of Pretoria coach Steve Barker has ruled out any possibility of any of the three players on loan at the club from Mamelodi Sundowns returning to their principal club during the current January transfer window. Reports have been suggesting The Brazilians coach Pitso Mosimane could recall some of the players on loan and with Tuks. The players are Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Lionel Mtizwa and Buhle Mkhwananzi. • William Mootsana the Pirates target who plays for Flamengo Santos in Botswana, is rumourd to have completed a move to Orlando Pirates. • According to will soon release a statement on whose been offloaded & who the new signings are,most likely to be R.Kalaba, W.Mootsana & M ...
Former SA U23 skipper Ramahlwe Mphahlele secures his future with SMS to Mamelodi Sundowns boss Patrice Motsepe
Mamelodi Sundowns defender, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, has joined recently promoted PSL side, University Of Pretoria, on a season-long loan.
Sibusiso Khumalo, Wandisile Letlabika, Jackson Mabokgwane and Ramahlwe Mphahlele have told to train with the development team. What Mamelodi Sundowns is doing is n't right If you don't want players why don't you release them to other teams either on loan or free transfer. Whats the use of having someone on your payroll but not contributing to the company strategic goals and objectives. You know some offices are run by dom people.
Bloemfontein Celtic start negotiations with Mamelodi Sundowns over Ramahlwe Mphahlele.
Bloemfontein Celtic are keen on signing Ramahlwe Mphahlele of Mamelodi Sundowns. Negotiations have started.
Mamelodi Sundowns defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele told to train alone -
Bloemfontein Celtic have confirmed they are working towards a deal for want-away Mamelodi Sundowns defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele and Sibusiso Khumalo are set to be offloaded by Mamelodi Sundowns...
aizer Chiefs have won the race to sign Bafana Bafana defender Mulomowandau Mathoho from Bloemfontein Celtic, The Star can reveal.  It is understood that Mathoho penned a three-year agreement with Amakhosi after rejecting Celtic’s plans to sell him to Mamelodi Sundowns. “The deal is done – he’s our player,” a Chiefs insider, who would not be named because the parties plan to release a joint statement on the matter, said on Thursday. Gallo Images Celtic chief executive Khumbulani Konco confirmed Mathoho had written a letter to the club saying he preferred to sign with Chiefs rather than Sundowns, even though Phunya Sele Sele had reached an agreement with the Chloorkop side. Mulomowandau Mathoho has joined Kaizer Chiefs from Bleomfontein Celtic. Sundowns were to give Celtic R3 million plus two players – Ramahlwe Mphahlele and Buhle Mkhwanazi – to acquire Mathoho’s services, but apparently one of the players hadn’t been consulted and thus rejected the move to Bloemfontein, rendering the a ...
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