The DStv Premier Soccer League has always unearthed top talent and grassroots development seem to be bearing fruit. It's been a good last couple of years for 18-year-old Rijul Pillar as he was able to break into the AmaZulu Multichoice Diski Challenge (MDC) team. His eyes are now firmly set at joining Benni McCarthy's first team.
The CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup retain this coming weekend after a gripping FIFA global week that ended yesterday. Players will come returned to play for his or her respective groups and get hold of CAF experience. Four PSL golf equipment may be concerned withinside the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederations Cup competitions.
The CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup continue this coming weekend after a gripping FIFA international week that ended yesterday. Players will come back to play for their respective teams and receive CAF experience. Four PSL clubs will be involved in the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederations Cup competitions.
A young teenager is determined to succeed in both his academic and sporting endeavours. 18-year-old Rijul Pillar is one of the rising stars at AmaZulu and he has set his sights on completing his matric while playing football. He is currently in his Matric year at Glenwood High School.
Kaizer Chiefs mentor Stuart Baxter has demanded that his charges were on top of the game against AmaZulu in spite of sharing the riches and requiring Dolly's somewhat late punishment to rescue something from the game. "On the off chance that you'd have inquired as to whether it was the outcome I was searching for when we were 1-0 down and we have five minutes to play, I would have said OK it was," said Baxter.
AmaZulu FC skipper Makhehlene Makhaula has clarified why the team is off to a slow start this season. Usuthu have made a sluggish start to the 2021/22 season, with just one win in their first six DStv Premiership games. Following an outstanding 2020/21 season, the team's skipper Makhaula thinks the opposition might just have comprehended their game plan, but luck hasn't been on their side, drawing comparisons to Maritzburg United.
The Brazilian referee was beaten by a player and fainted, can you imagine Amazulu FC done the same. It hurts to see other people failing to promote sportsmanship whenever officiates make wrong decisions during the game. What people need to know referees are also human beings therefore are bound to make mistakes, but some of the mistakes they do cost the teams.
The Soweto Giants Legends have signed with Amazulu FC, according to Kick off. Sandile Zungu, the new chairman of Amazulu, has persuaded the 2010 World Cup's top scorer to join his team in Durban. Orlando Pirates superstar has joined Amazulu after parting ways with the club, according to Kick off.
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(Source: kickoff.com) Over the years, footballers have been regarded as people that barely think about their future. It’s a sport that has been associated with negativity when it comes to the spending habits of players. As most of them barely invest in themselves so that they can have a great life even after football and not worry about where their next will come from.
AmaZulu FC mentor Benni McCarthy is set to confront Premier Soccer League disciplinary board, the Siya group has learnt. The Siya group has been informed that the Usuthu tutor will confront a DC in regards to his response during the match against SuperSport United in the DStv Premiership conflict the month before.
(Source: goal.com) The AmaZulu FC head coach Benni McCarthy has shared his thoughts with regards to his players and what transpired against Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday afternoon. As his charges allowed Chiefs back in the game during injury time after controlling the bulk of the DStv Premiership clash.
For their participation in the decision to award Kaizer Chiefs a stoppage time penalty in their 1-1 draw with AmaZulu on Saturday, referee Jelly Chavani and fourth official Moeketsi Molelekoa have been banned from officiating in Premier Soccer League matches for six weeks. The penalty was granted for handball and was converted by Keagan Dolly, however replays indicated the penalty had impacted Thapelo Xoki on the shoulder at worst, with his arms tucked behind his back.
Each season the Premier Soccer League match officials seem to be involved in poor decision making. This has also started in the 2022/2022 season as we have seen poor refereeing from the match officials. It was the game of AmaZulu FC against Kaizer Chiefs that got the football supporters talking.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter has insisted that his charges were on top of the game against AmaZulu despite sharing the spoils and requiring Dolly’s last minute penalty to salvage something from the game. “If you'd have asked me if it was the result I was looking for when we were 1-0 down and we have five minutes to play, I would have said yes it was,” said Baxter.
The head coach of Amazulu FC Benni McCarthy has made a bold statement after playing to a 1-1 draw against Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday afternoon. The two sides shared the spoils after Chiefs found a late equalizer to secure a point away. Speaking after the game McCarthy said he knew prior the game that Chiefs were not going to score against his side on open play due to the lack of attacking quality.
Kaizer Chiefs as disappointing as they are now lately managed to share the spoils with the raving AmaZulu FC at Moses Mabhida stadium on Saturday. All thanks to the man in the middle of the park on the day, referee Jelly Chabane. He failed to spot the attacking Lebohang Manyama controlling a ball with the hand.
The dispute was heated over a penalty kick awarded to Kaizer Chiefs in the final minutes of the game
The dispute was heated over a penalty kick awarded to Kaizer Chiefs in the final minutes of the match. Things are still difficult at Amakhosi after failing yet again to find a win against Amazulu FC yesterday. The credit should not be given to Kaizer Chiefs players but the referee who came to rescue by awarding Kaizer Chiefs a penalty on added time.
Amazulu FC shared points with Kaizer Chiefs after a 1-1 draw with Keagan Dolly cancelling Memela's goal from a penalty spot in the dying minutes. Benni McCarthy, the Amazulu FC coach believes that his team has given enough of themselves to the match and he cannot cancel out their effort because of the penalty that was given to the Glamour boys.
AmaZulu FC skipper Makhehlene Makhaula has clarified the explanation for their sluggish beginning to the season. Usuthu have had an extremely lethargic beginning to the 2021/22 mission, subsequent to enlisting only one win from their initial six DStv Premiership experiences. The club's skipper Makhaula says the adversaries might have dominated their course of action after an amazing 2020/21 season and feels karma hasn't been their ally as he contrasted it with Maritzburg United.