Mamelodi Sundowns & Siboniso Gaxa
Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Siboniso Gaxa (born April 6, 1984 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South African football (soccer) defender who currently plays for Lierse S.K. /5
Mamelodi Sundowns Siboniso Gaxa Kaizer Chiefs Absa Premiership Itumeleng Khune Reneilwe Letsholonyane Lehlohonolo Majoro Tsepo Masilela Soccer City Complex Africa Cup Tefo Mashamaite Ricardo Nunes Stuart Baxter Tshepo Masilela Thabo Nthete Jimmy Tau Loftus Versfeld Stadium
Siboniso Gaxa, who had to be substituted in the win over Mamelodi Sundowns, is fit and should be available v Swallows.
Mamelodi Sundowns have dismissed as “absolute rubbish” the amount being reported as Katlego Mphela’s salary at the club, and stated that the figure suggested by Mphela’s agent Glyn Bynkin to the media of R300 000 a month is “crazy”, according to the club's official website. Reports have suggested that Bynkin and Chiefs have said that Sundowns could save themselves R1.8-million over the remaining part of his contract if they release him immediately as opposed to the end of his contract in June. Sundowns spokesperson Kabelo Mosito, said on Sunday that no player at Sundowns earns that kind of “crazy” salary. He said that Bynkin was misleading the public, and at the same time destabilising Sundowns, by making such statements. “This is not the first time that Mphela’s agent has made insulting statements about Sundowns. He did that when Mphela went AWOL at a critical time for Sundowns a few seasons ago, and the same happened when Siboniso Gaxa went AWOL before being released for an oversea . ...
5th consecutive League win for Amakhosi Posted: 19 December 2013 Time: 06:29 pm Bernard Parker got the only goal of the game as Kaizer Chiefs heaped more misery on Golden Arrows at Moses Mabhida Stadium this evening. The win helped Amakhosi to the top of the table with 27 points, three ahead of Mamelodi Sundowns, who have a game in hand. Arrows remain bottom of the log, with 10 points – three less than Orlando Pirates, who have played half the number of League matches. The first chance of the game fell to Siphiwe Tshabalala in the 14th minute, but he fired wide. Knowledge Musona then forced Ryan Harrison into a save from inside the box in the 26th minute. Both sides created opportunities after the half- hour mark. Reneilwe Letsholonyane shot over the crossbar in the 33rd minute, before Bongi Ntuli came close to poking the ball past Itumeleng Khune four minutes later. Amakhosi were then denied by both posts and crossbar. First, in the 39th minute, Nkanyiso Mgwengwe came close to turning the ball into his ...
Bafana Bafana has been rocked by yet another injury setback with news that defender Siyanda Xulu is out with an ankle injury. The 21-year-old will miss the upcoming three international matches against Lesotho, Central Africa Republic and Ethiopia. Xulu limped off injured while playing for his Russian club Rostov FC last night. Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund has already stated he would not replace the defender as he has enough cover in that position. The former Mamelodi Sundowns player now joins Kagisho Dikgacoi, Siboniso Gaxa and Tsepo Masilela on the injury list – these are the players who were called up in the initial 25-man squad for this camp but have had to withdraw. Xulu was a late call-up coming in to replace Gaxa. The Bafana Bafana mentor now has seven defenders to work with in the three matches – Thabo Nthete, Ricardo Nunes, Tebogo Langerman, Anele Ngcongca, Bevan Fransman, Eric Mathoho and Tefo Mashamaite. “It is unfortunate but this is part of the game, we just have to soldier on. I s ...
Kaizer Chiefs have structured the training programme for the seven players who have been with Bafana Bafana differently to avoid overloading and burning them out as the League race swings backs into action. All seven players that have spent the past month with the national team during the Africa Cup of Nations were in the starting line-up as Chiefs played out a goalless draw with Mamelodi Sundowns on Tuesday night. And yesterday morning all seven – Itumeleng Khune, Siboniso Gaxa, Tsepo Masilela, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Siphiwe Tshabalala, Lehlohonolo Majoro and Bernard Parker – were not at training with the rest of the squad in Naturena. “They had a pool recuperation session,” says Baxter, who was forced to pull out Masilela due to injury. “It was difficult to really know the extent of the injury because all the lads were cramping as they have just came off the AFCON.” *mnm*
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. The match is set for Tuesday, February 12 at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Tshwane and Chiefs are arguing that with seven players in the tournament they would be severely disadvantaged if their players were only to return to the side 48 hours before such a key game. They have written a letter to this effect to the Premier Soccer League but it all depends on whether South Africa make it past the first round of the tournament and the quarterfinals, which are set for February 1. If Bafana make it to the last four then they stay until the end of the tournament, even if they are defeated in the semifinals. The losers play the third-place play-off match in Port Elizabeth on February 9, the day before the final. Chiefs players Siboniso Gaxa, Itumeleng Khune, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Lehlohonolo Majoro, Tshepo Masilela, B ...
Kaizer Chiefs defender, Siboniso Gaxa, has been deemed fit to play against Mamelodi Sundowns this evening.
Gaxa passed fit to face Sundowns 22 August 2012 The Club’s Medical Team has revealed to kaizerchiefs.com that Siboniso Gaxa has been passed fit to play on Wednesday evening against Mamelodi Sundowns. The soft spoken defender injured his groin in the MTN8 fixture against his former team Sundowns early this month and will be delighted to be back for the Absa Premiership encounter at home, Soccer City Complex. “Siboniso (Gaxa) saw the doctors on Monday after training and was passed fit for the game against Sundowns. He is now available for selection,” revealed Dave Milner.
Siboniso Gaxa will see a doctor on Monday to determine if he is ready to take the field when the Glamour Boys welcome Mamelodi Sundowns at Soccer City Complex on Wednesday evening Team Physio, Dave Milner.
defender Siboniso Gaxa will be out for 3 weeks due to injury he picked up against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Breaking news from Kaizer Chiefs have won the race for one of the league’s most sought after players after paying Bloemfontein Celtic R3m for Bafana Bafana defender Erick “Tower” Mathoho. Amakhosi beat fellow heavy weights Mamelodi Sundowns to the signature of the lanky central defender who had asked for a move away from the Free State club. Mathoho was meant to be introduced as a Chiefs player later this week but as the Limpopo-born player is on national duty as Bafana take on Gabon on Friday, he will complete his formalities at the weekend. Chiefs’ football manager Bobby Motaung has been busy on the transfer market and has already secured the services of two other Bafana quality defenders, Morgan Gould and Siboniso Gaxa. Such has been Motaung’s eagerness to ensure his beloved Chiefs returns to winning ways that he cut short his season break to prepare for the next season. “We have been working hard in ensuring that we sign players that fill Chiefs’ standards and we all know what Mathoho ca ...
Soweto giants, Kaizer Chiefs, have confirmed the signing of Lierse SK’s Bafana Bafana international, Siboniso Gaxa. The Siya crew reported earlier today on the Soccer-Laduma web and mobi-site that the 28-year-old was due to start training with Amakhosi tomorrow and it has now been confirmed on the club’s website that Gaxa has officially signed a contract with them. A statement on the Chiefs website read, “Kaizer Chiefs would like to confirm the signing of Bafana Bafana international, Siboniso Gaxa from Belgium based side, Lierse SK. The highly rated 28-year-old defender has agreed to a three-year contract and with an option to renew for one year with the Soweto giants, becoming Chiefs’ first signing in preparation for next season.” Gaxa was given his Bafana debut back in 2005 by Chiefs’ recently appointed coach, Stuart Baxter, and it is thought that the two are happy to be getting the opportunity to work together once again. The former SuperSport United defender, who also played for Mamelodi S ...
Soccerzone on 1 wrote: Bafana Bafana defender Siboniso Gaxa has signed for Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs. The 28-year-old joins the club from Belgian side Lierse SK in Belgium where he made 43 appearances during a two-year stint. Gaxa has signed a three-year contract with the AmaKhosi. He started his career at SuperSport United in 2002, before moving to Mamelodi Sundowns in 2008.
Former SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundowns right back, Siboniso Gaxa, is back in the country and is expected to start training with the Naturena-based Kaizer Chiefs tomorrow morning.Let's see how this 1 will turn out.Yeah I said it
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