Mamelodi Sundowns & Wayne Arendse
Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Wayne Arendse (born 25 November 1984 in Cape Town, Western Cape) is a South African football (soccer) defender for Premier Soccer League club Mamelodi Sundowns./5
Mamelodi Sundowns Wayne Arendse Kaizer Chiefs Cuthbert Malajila Pitso Mosimane Alje Schut Power Dynamos Khama Billiat Loftus Stadium Zesco United Absa Premiership Teko Modise Thamsanqa Sangweni Hlompho Kekana Kick Off Don Bosco Elias Pelembe Levy Mwanawasa Stadium
Wayne Arendse returns for Mamelodi Sundowns FC since injury at Lugogo
Pitso Mosimane has confirmed that Mamelodi Sundowns have exercised options on Leo Castro and Wayne Arendse. Hlompho Kekana…
Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed the contract extensions to key players Leonardo Castro, Wayne Arendse and Hlompho Kekana.
Leonardo Castro & Wayne Arendse scored as Mamelodi Sundowns beat Enyimba 2-1 in their clash at the Lucas Moripe…
Wayne Arendse tells Kick Off magazine why he wanted to leave Mamelodi Sundowns.
Mamelodi Sundowns have exercised their one-year option on Wayne Arendse, although he is reportedly no longer happy.
We sign Daniel Cardoso. Tefu can go join Wayne Arendse at Mamelodi Sundowns.
Soccer 6 team news: Wayne Arendse is likely replacement for suspended Siyanda Zwane in the Mamelodi Sundowns line-up v Platinum Stars today
Mamelodi Sundowns are considering to exercise their two year option on Wayne Arendse.
Kaizer Chiefs went eight points clear at the top of the Absa Premiership after an own goal from Wayne Arendse handed them a 1-0 win over Mamelodi Sundowns in a league match at Loftus Stadium on last night. Do you think we are already champions of 2013-2014 PSL??
Mamelodi Sundowns 0-1 Kaizer Chiefs: AmaKhosi go eight points clear at the top Wayne Arendse’s first half own goal handed AmaKhosi a 1-0 win over Sundowns in a match played at the Loftus Stadium on Thursday night Mamelodi Sundowns started the game with pace, and launched their first real attack inside the opening two minutes, but Katlego Mashego’s right-footed shot was blocked by Willard Katsande for a corner. Teko Modise was unfortunate not to have found the back of the net a few seconds later, as his long range shot came off the woodwork with Itumeleng Khune well beaten. However, it was AmaKhosi who took the lead in the 10th minute when Wayne Arendse deflected Bernard Parker’s out-of-the-box free-kick into his own net after he had fouled Tsepo Masilela. Chiefs then started dictating the pace of the game with their transition play, but they struggled to create clear-cut opportunities. Sundowns had their chances in the final third towards the half-hour mark, but Erick Mathoho stood firm, and often k ...
Update | 20min: Parker puts Chiefs into the lead following a mix up at the back with Wayne Arendse. Several tough tackles all over the park by both teams. Mahoota causing all kinds of problems for the Chiefs backline as he charges forward relentlessly. Teko is bought down in a tough tackle and requires medical attention, both teams visibly fired up. Mashego again in the mix of things upfront as his effort is desperately blocked by the Chiefs backline. Mamelodi Sundowns 0 : 1 Kaizer Chiefs (10' Parker)
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 ...
Power Dynamos established themselves as favourites for the four team tournament taking place in Ndola following their 3 – 2 victory over guests Mamelodi Sundowns at Mwanawasa Stadium on Saturday. Billy Mutale opened the scoring for the co- hosts in the 8th minute with a powerful header to beat Kennedy Mweene in goal for Sundowns but Wayne Arendse leveled matters three minutes later with a finish from inside the box. Emmanuel Chimpinde restored Power Dynamos’ advantage in the 15th minute with another close range header after being set up by Kennedy Mudenda. Sundowns levelled matters five minutes before the break when Anthony Laffor found a pass to an unmarked Cuthbert Malajila who did not make a mistake, firing a low shot beyond Joshua Titima from inside the box. After the break, Sundowns dominated possession and pushed forward more than they did in the first half but failed to create chances to break the deadlock. Substitute Elias Pelembe, Thamsanqa Sangweni and Anthony Laffor had good chances but the ...
Match Report: Mamelodi Sundowns suffer defeat in Zambia A late second half goal from Chipeta was enough for Power Dynamos to defeat Mamelodi Sundowns in their opening game of their Zambian tour By Benjamin Nyirenda Mamelodi Sundowns started their mid-season preparations against Power Dynamos at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium with a defeat. Sundowns found the back of the net through Wayne Arendse in the 10th minute and striker Cuthbert Malajila added the second in the 39th minute. This was after Dynamos had taken the lead in the 7th minute through Billy Mutale followed by another goal from Emmanuel Chimpinde in the 25th minute. Until the 85th minute, the game looked to be heading for a draw, as Kobe Chipeta scored the winner to hand Dynamos a famous victory over the Brazilians. This was the first of the three games which Sundowns will be playing in Ndola. They will also face Don Bosco from DRC and another Zambian side in Zesco United. The four-team tournament which kicked-off on Saturday January 11 will run un ...
Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday kicked off their week-long visit to Zambia with a 3-2 loss to Power Dynamos in Ndola. Sundowns hit back twice in the first half against Power at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola to see the two sides go 2-2 into the break. Power took the lead with just seven minutes played on the clock through Billy Mutale but six minutes later,Wayne Arendse levelled matters for Sundowns. Five minutes later, Power restored their lead through midfielder Emmanuel Chimpinde before Zimbabwean striker Cuthbert Malajila fired in Sundowns second in the 39th minute. Power sealed their win in the 85th minute through striker Kobe Chipeta who enhanced his chances of a deal with the club where he is on trial from demoted Lime Hotspurs. And in the earlier kickoff, Zesco United fell 1-0 to Don Bosco after new signing Bornwell Silengo headed in an own-goal in the 88th minute to hand the DR Congo club the win. Meanwhile, Sundowns return to action on Wednesday when they face Don Bosco in their penultimate game ...
Wayne Arendse could be headed for the Mamelodi Sundowns exit door if the club gets their targets in Thabo Nthethe in January,now it is believed that if the ambitious side manage to *** Nthethe's signature,Arendse is likely to go in the opposite direction as Siwelele would likely want a swift replacement for Nthethe
Ajax Cape Town and Zimbabwean midfielder Khama Billiat is reportedly close to securing a switch to Mamelodi Sundowns. Billiat, who was one of the Urban Warriors’ star performers during the 2012/2013 campaign, is highly rated by Brazilians coach Pitso Mosimane and the former Bafana Bafana manger is reportedly keen on bringing the Zimbabwean to Chloorkop. Clayton Daniels, who has been linked with a move back to Ajax, could form part of the deal. Daniels struggled to pin down a regular starting spot under Mosimane, with the ‘Downs coach preferring the duo of Wayne Arendse and Alje Schut. is the only STANDARD
Bidvest Wits midfielder Mzikayise Mashaba could be leaving the club during the current transfer window if Mamelodi Sundowns step up their interest in him. The Midfielder is the man that coach Pitso Mosimane has identified to fill the left wing position that he so desperately needs. Mosimane has already made it no secret that he needs a natural left winger and We picked up that Mashaba is the man that the former Bafana Bafana coach will be attempting to lure to Chloorkop. Word is that the deal to bring Mashaba to Chloorkop will involve cash plus a player with big defender Wayne Arendse heading in the opposite direction as part of the deal. Arendse is being envisaged to take up the opening that will be created by the imminent departure of Mbulelo Mabizela from Wits. Mashaba only joined Wits at the beginning of the season on a lucrative four-year-deal after forcing his way out at Free State Stars where he wanted a vastly improved contract that the club wasn't keen on. In other Transfer News AmaZulu have give ...
*TRANSFER FOCUS* Club: Mamelodi Sundowns It has been a disappointing season so far for Mamelodi Sundowns, who ended last season on 4th place. The Yellow Submarines find themselves lying 10th with 18points, and 17pts behind Kaizer Chiefs in the league and have suffered disappointing defeats in the Telkom Knockout final, MTN8 and a few league games. A lot was expected of Mamelodi Sundowns this season who bolstered their squad by bringing in the likes of Alje Schut, Jabulani Shongwe, Wayne Arendse, Thamsanqa Sangweni, Tebogo Langerman, Eleazer Rodgers & Edward Manqele but Sundowns have failed to deliver on a regular basis. The club has yet again seen a change in manager, as Johan Neeskens was sacked. Neeskens was replaced by ex-Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane. At the beginning of the season Neeskens promised to deliver silverware this season, losing in the TKO final saw the Dutchman departing. *WHAT THEY NEED* After losing Katlego Mphela at the start of the season through injury until early December, Nyas ...
Wayne Arendse coulb be next new signing at Mamelodi Sundowns..
Football News update ~Mamelodi Sundowns have signed Wayne Arendse from Santos on a five-year deal and also Sundowns sign Dutch defender Alje Schut ~Kaizer Chiefs' new away jersey will retail for R599. Fair price?
Wayne Arendse has signed for Mamelodi Sundowns. -
Tltltltl! Another talent going to waste. "Mamelodi Sundowns have signed Santos star Wayne Arendse!
Wayne Arendse has signed a 5yr deal with Mamelodi Sundowns. His arrival follows hot on the heels of Dutch defender Alje Schut
Kick Off can confirm that Wayne Arendse has completed his move from Santos to mamelodi Sundowns.
Mamelodi Sundowns have signed Wayne Arendse on a five-year deal. More to follow...
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