Mamelodi Sundowns & Wayne Sandilands

Mamelodi Sundowns are a South African football (soccer) club that plays in the Premier Soccer League. Wayne Sandilands (born 23 August 1983 in Benoni, Gauteng) is a South African football (soccer) goalkeeper for Mamelodi Sundowns in the Premier Soccer League. 5.0/5

Mamelodi Sundowns Wayne Sandilands Kennedy Mweene Orlando Pirates Free State Stars Thela Ngobeni Ajax Cape Town Teko Modise Itumeleng Khune Gordon Igesund South Africa Anthony Laffor Elias Pelembe Supersport United Africa Cup Senzo Meyiwa Dennis Onyango Denis Onyango

Wayne Sandilands, who has played six league games in the last two seasons, has had his one-year option exercised by Mamelodi Sundowns.
BREAKING!! have exercised their one-year option on Wayne Sandilands ahead of the 2015/16 season.
AmaZulu are hoping to land Wayne Sandilands on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns before Friday's transfer deadline.
United goalkeeper Ronwen Williams is faced with a possibility of leaving the club, with early indications suggesting that he might land up at Orlando Pirates. We have learnt that SuperSport have already been approached by two big clubs, one of which is Pirates, for the services of Williams, who despite still being 22 is already into his fifth season in the PSL. SuperSport are said to now be weighing up their options while waiting to see how the goalkeeping puzzle at Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs – where Itumeleng Khune is out of contract at the end of the season – pans out. The former League champions have already made plans to bring goalkeeper Boafela Pule back from his loan spell at Bidvest Wits, while the return of unsettled Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands also remains a possibility if Williams leave Though settled at SuperSport, Williams is aware that moving south of the N1 will enhance his chances of establishing himself further in the national team. “This issue is dependent on many o ...
Out-of-favour Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands has indicated his desire to leave the club in the...
Reported Orlando Pirates target, Wayne Sandilands, has told Mamelodi Sundowns that he wishes to leave the club in January in order to seek regular game time and by so doing bring his five-year stay in Chloorkop to an end.
Wayne Sandilands could be expected to leave Mamelodi Sundowns if his current situation at the club does not improve. htt…
Mamelodi Sundowns are through to the Gauteng Challenge final after thrashing Moroka Swallows 5-1 in the first match of the day. From the first whistle Sundowns were the better side. As early as the 28th minute The Brazilians went ahead through an Alje Schut header. Katlego Mashego doubled the tally for Downs with a brilliantly taken freekick from the edge of the box. Rodney Ramagalela showed real pace when he beat his man, then a cool finish to fire Downs 3 up. Themba Zwane steped up to the penalty spot and cooly slotted home Downs’ fourth. Wayne Sandilands was called into action and pulled a few saves to deny Swallows. Zwane capped a good perfomance with a neatly taken goal to give his side a 5-0 win. Starting XI: Wayne Sandilands, Tebogo Langerman, Alje Schut, Ramahlwe Mphahlehle Thabo Nthethe, Katlego Mashego, Teko Modise, Bongani Zungu, Percy Tau, Lindokhule Mbatha, Anthony Laffor. Subs: Siyanda Zwane, Mario Booysens, Rodney Ramagalela, Kennedy Mweene, Themba Zwane, Asavela Mbekile, Punch Masenamel ...
Local MAHEVHEHEVHE (Rumours) & More Updates (PSL & NFD) ● Log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns have received a boost as four key players are available again as the club goes in search of a first League title since 2007. Downs skipper Alje Schut (knee), full-back Mzikayise Mashaba (groin), midfielder Surprise Moriri (flu) and goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands (ankle) have all recovered from their respective ailments. ● Orlando Pirates will welcome back defender, Rooi Mahamutsa, when they take on Wits tonight. ● Bidvest Wits striker Benjani Mwaruwari might be in consideration for a technical role at the club, according to the player's agent Ralph Nkomo. ● Randfontein-born forward is reportedly on the wanted list of Chippa United, but his parent club Sundowns tell Goal that they're unaware of any interest from the Mother City ● Supersport United have entered the race to sign talented Ajax Cape Town playmaker Keagan Dolly, with a hefty pay rise on the cards Dolly has been the subject of heavy speculation since . ...
Mamelodi Sundowns will face Orlando Pirates on Tuesday night in a mouthwatering Absa Premiership clash without four of their key players Bafana Bafana striker Katlego Mashego suffered a groin injury against Ajax Cape Town on Friday. 'Mahoota' who has scored seven goals in 20 appearances this season, is out injured for six weeks according to the Sundowns website. Another striker Cuthbert Malajila will miss the Bucs encounter because of a hamstring injury. The Zimbabwe international is expected back in three weeks time. Forward Rodney Ramagalela is the only out and out striker who is fit and available for team selection. The Brazilians will have to make do without their first choice goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene who picked his fourth yellow card against Ajax. Zimbabwe international Khama Billiat is also suspended going into the Tuesday night clash. Both players will be serving a one match ban. Former Bafana Bafana keeper Wayne Sandilands and Togolese midfielder Dove Wome are expected to replace Mweene and Billi ...
Sundowns beat Zambian Champions 16/Jan/2014 20:20 In front a packed to capacity stadium and unforgiving Nkana FC supporters, Mamelodi Sundowns beat the Zambian Champions 1-0 in a friendly match. The compact Arthur Davies Stadium was a sea of red and the atmosphere made for a beautiful afternoon of football. The rain poured hard and cooled down the scorching heat of Zambia before the match, but the ‘Red Devil’ supporters were not deterred and sang through the rain. The home crowd even tried get under the Sundowns players’ skins, as they cheered any movement from their beloved team but Bafana Ba Style stood firm and maintained cool heads. In the 10th minute Wayne Sandilands had to make two brilliant saves to deny the home team the opener, as Nkana threw everything at the Sundowns defence. Playing in the heart of the Sundowns defence, Thami Sangweni proved to be as solid as a rock and let nothing through. Anthony Laffor partnered Suprise Moriri upfront and the pair had their work cut out, as they were ...
KALAMPA SUFFER SUNDOWNS SETBACK AT Arthur Davies Stadium! Zambian record champions Nkana Kalampa beaten 1-0 by Mamelodi Sundowns in Kitwe. Mozambique star Elias Pelembe's cheeky first half back heel ensures 'Ama Brazilians' first win in three matches on their Zambia tour. For the second succussive match Wayne Sandilands started ahead of Zambia number one Kennedy Mweene. Kalampa started with five new recruits in goalkeeper Rabson Mucheleng'anga, left back Maybin 'Njonjola' Chishimba and former Under 23 skipper Derick Mwansa at the heart of the defence alongside season extended Power Dynamos loanee Christopher Munthali. Donashano Malama was the other defender. Simon Jumbe Bwalya joined captain Sydney Kalume in a midfield that also included Claude Bwalya and Kelvin Mubanga Kampamba. Francis Kombe partnered Ronald Kampamba in the absence of Festus Mbewe who has joined Golden Arrows. Others who were involved : Lottie Nyimbili, Jimmy Ndhlovu, Masauso Zimba, Joseph Milanzi, Mwila Kabwe, another new signing Shad ...
SUNDOWNS LOSE AGAIN For the second game running in Zambia, Mamelodi Sundowns have lost again this time around they lost 1-0 to Don Bosco of DRC at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium Sundowns started brightly but could not get past Don Bosco goalkeeper Mike Kabeya who kept his side in the game with series of saves in the first half. Kabeya saved Cuthbert Malajila’s shot from close range in the 8th minute and 12 minutes later he punched Mazikayise Mashaba's shot away for a throw in. Don Bosco had only two decent chances in the first half with striker Luka Lungu coming close to breaking the deadlock in the 27th minute. However, defender Tati Tshani made no mistake three minutes later heading in a set-piece past goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands to make it 1-0. Sundowns had a great chance to equalise in the 36th minute, but Kabeya was first to the ball before Elias Pelembe could lock his gun sights on target. The Brazilians were lucky not to have gone two-goal down on the stroke of halftime when Masengo Gode fired his sh ...
Maybe yimi enginobubhori or the fact that im not a Mamelodi Sundowns fan but for me Wayne Sandilands is better than Kennedy Mweene.
Will Wayne Sandilands be watching Bafana Bafana's Chan campaign from his couch? Wayne Sandilands faces a race against time in his bid to make Gordon Igesund's squad for next year's African Nations Championship tournament 12 Dec 2013 Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands could miss out when Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund announces his squad to take part in the 2014 African Nations Championship (Chan) later this month. Sandilands has spent the entire season sitting on the bench, after the Brazilians signed Zambia international Kennedy Mweene from Free State Stars in July. Sandilands has yet to make a single appearance since Mweene joined, with Pitso Mosimane seemingly unimpressed by the former Sundowns first-choice shot-stopper. Igesund made it clear earlier this year that he would only select players who have been playing and performing on a regular basis for their club sides, leaving Sandilands in limbo with the start of the Chan tournament approaching. Despite Chan rules dictating that only l ...
Mamelodi Sundowns have announced on their website that they will release the trio of Wayne Sandilands, Hlompho Kekana and Jabulani Shongwe "in the spirit of patriotism" to play for Bafana in the COSAFA CUP. *D.S*
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- Mamelodi Sundowns will release Wayne Sandilands, Hlompho Kekana and Jabulani Shongwe - the...
Kennedy Mweene has joined Mamelodi Sundowns. He becomesthe fifth goalkeeper on the books of Sundowns. The other keepers are Wayne Sandilands, Thela Ngobeni, Dennis Onyango and Belgian Glenn Verbauwhede. If you were Pitso Mosimane, which keeper would be your first choice? Admin- El
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.
Mweene a sundawana Free State Stars goalkeeper, Kennedy Mweene, has joined Mamelodi Sundowns on a three-year deal, although there has been no confirmation either club or his representatives as of yet. Sundowns now have five goalkeepers on their books ahead of the new season, with Mweene joining last season’s number one, Wayne Sandilands, Verbauwhede, Thela Ngobeni and Denis Onyango at the club. A number of PSL clubs, including Orlando Pirates and Ajax Cape Town, had been keeping a close eye on the penalty taking shot-stopper after it was revealed that he was in search of a new challenge.
SOURCE: KICK OFF Mweene on the verge of Downs move Kennedy Mweene to join Mamelodi Sundowns Posted: 6 June 2013 Time: 10:03 am Print this article KickOff.com has learnt that Kennedy Mweene is on the verge of signing for Mamelodi Sundowns. Our source at Free State Stars reveals that the Zambian international, one of the key players as Chipolopolo won the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, will report for pre-season training at Chloorkop on June 24. “It’s almost a done deal; there are only a few issues to be tied up before he is officially announced as a Sundowns player,” the source says. “The club [Free State Stars] appreciate the contribution made by Mweene since joining in 2005 and have given him the green light to join Sundowns.” Just where this leaves first choice Wayne Sandilands remains to be seen, especially as the club has also signed Belgian goalie Glenn Verbauwhede and extended the contracts of Dennis Onyango and Thela Ngobeni. Article by: Ernest Fakude
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Today's International Friendly... South Africa vs Lesotho in Maseru, the capital city of Lesotho. *The stadium is fully parked and Bloemfontein Celtic defender Thabo Nthethe is the team's captain in the absentia of Itumeleng Khune who is in the bench. *Mamelodi Sundowns shot stopper, Wayne Sandilands is between the poles for the national team. *The weather condition in the area is very windy. Sport Alert the Passion of the Game
Free State Stars captain Kennedy Mweene is likely to join Mamelodi Sundowns in June, will he oust Wayne Sandilands as the number 1?
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper, Wayne Sandilands says the league match against Chippa United will be a tough one for his side, but also takes comfort in Bafana Ba Style's good form of late.
Senzo makes Bafana squad Senzo Meyiwa makes Bafana Bafana squad to face Malawi Posted: 11 December 2012 Time: 11:37 am Print this articleOrlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa made Gordon Igesund's Bafana Bafana squad to face Malawi. Kermit Erasmus is not on the list, and neither are George Lebese and Ricardo Nunes. Meyiwa's Pirates teammate Thabo Matlaba is also back in the team, after being left out for the Nelson Mandela Challenge against Zambia. There is just one Mamelodi Sundowns representative, goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands, with Bafana veteran Teko Modise being dropped for this game. Youngster Ayanda Patosi has been handed a first call-up, possibly inspired by his recent form for Lokeren – including this wonder-goal – while Lehlohonolo Majoro and Daine Klate are also back in the fold. Thuso Phala has made the team again. Igesund has also named 12 players that will join the squad for a "mini-camp" from December 27-30: Darren Keet, Mulomowandau Mathoho, Anele Ngcongca, Andile Jali, Teko Modise, Bo ...
Downs duo appeal for support: Mamelodi Sundowns pair Anthony Laffor and Wayne Sandilands have admitted concern w...
Sandilands – We can improve in all areas: Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands, who put in a star perfo...
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands looks set to replace Itumeleng Khune when South Africa face Kenya in an International Friendly in Nairobi today. Khune injured his ankle during a training session in Kenya on Monday, and Orlando Pirates defender Siyabonga Sangweni is also a doubtful starter for the game with a similiar injury. Bafana coach Gordon Igesund has assured fans that the injuries were not serious and both players would recover very soon
Daily Sun wrote:Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands is asking fans to control their anger. He says fans should learn that every team goes through bad times, he asked for support from fans instead of putting more pressure on the team!
Tonight's answers: 1. Wayne Sandilands is the goalkeeper for Mamelodi Sundowns. 2. Julius Malema stated that Zuma is not his president.
moving testimony by Wayne Sandilands on e tv thts y i love ths Mamelodi Sundowns goalie bcoz he is saved on nt ashamed to share it with millions of viewers , JESUS said if u unashamedly say tht u knw ME.. I will say to MY FATHER that I have knowlegde of you also
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper, Wayne Sandilands holding the trophy.
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands admits the players are feeling the pressure of ending the four-year trophy drought that they have endured at Chloorkop.
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper, Wayne Sandilands, says that he will support Bafana’s first choice keeper Itumeleng Khune.
Sandilands chuffed with gong: Mamelodi Sundowns stopper Wayne Sandilands was delighted to be named the PSL's Goa...
Tickets for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil qualifier between Bafana Bafana and Ethiopia are already on sale. South Africa will face the east Africans on Sunday, 3 June at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in Phokeng near Rustenburg. Gates open at 12h00 and kickoff is at 15h00. Tickets for the West grand stand will go for one-hundred-rand (R100) each, while anywhere else will be fifty-rand (R50) each. They are available at Computicket outlets, Shoprite and Shoprite Checkers stores around the country. Meanwhile there are 24 players in camp at the Royal Marang Sports Complex in Phokeng following the arrival of Sweden-based midfielder May Mahlangu as well as Santos striker Eleazar Rodgers. Only the six players from Mamelodi Sundowns and Supersport UnitedTeko Modise, Katlego Mphela, Lebohang Mokoena, Punch Masenamela, Wayne Sandilands and Morgan Gould – are still to report for national team duty. The players will be contesting the Nedbank Cup final on Saturday, 26 May at the Orlando Stadium. They will t ...
Nyasha Mushekwi and Wayne Sandilands scooped individual awards at the PSL awards
Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyasha Mushekwi and goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands scooped individual awards at the Premier...
And the winner is... Wayne Sandilands of Mamelodi Sundowns! Deservedly so! He takes home R50 000
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