Benedict Vilakazi, a former Mamelodi Sundowns player, has dismissed suggestions of Kaizer Chiefs challenging for the DStv Premiership title. Amakhosi are presently second in the DStv Premiership standings, eight points behind Masandawana, who have yet to lose a game this season. However, 'Tso' has responded to those reports by claiming that, due to their style of play, Stuart Baxter's players are not yet ready to be discussed in the same breath as title contenders.
Ex Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Benedict Vilakazi has ignored discuss Kaizer Chiefs trying for the DStv Premiership title. Amakhosi are right now in the second situation in the DStv Premiership log, eight focuses behind Masandawana who hasn't lost any game this season. Chiefs Make Decision On City Clash After 31 Covid Cases
Several more people understand that football players make loads of money, particularly when they play for better sides and sometimes even end up making it to the national squad. It's a surprising discovery whenever professional footballers who have invested the majority of their lives making money become bankrupt, something almost everyone can only dream of.
1. Marco Veratti Marco Veratti is the first on this list, he is an outstanding Italian footballer who is currently for Paris Saint Germain and also for the Italian team plays. The 29-year-old plays as a defender and is very good. He has been in top form since joining the French team in 2012, his ball control, maneuverability and superb passing play have pushed PSG's performance to the limit.
(Source: kickoff.com) Orlando Pirates have launched several players’ careers that went to be household names. It’s always incredible seeing young players being given an opportunity at a massive club like Pirates. The former Head of Development at Pirates, Augusto Palacios has shown a lot of faith towards the recent debutant Simiso Bophela as he felt that he has what it takes to be successful at Mayfair.
Thabo Mooki and Benedict Vilakazi are two retired midfielders who started their football careers in two different eras. Mooki played for Kaizer Chiefs throughout his career. Vilakaz shined at Pirates before being transfered to Denmark. He came back to join Mamelodi Sundowns which loadned him out to Mpumalanga Black Aces.
Height may not be the most important thing for a player, but it comes with a lot of advantages. However, over time we have met a few players who have faced all the challenges and have come out well. In this article, we will be looking at 7 of the youngest players in football history.
In the late 1990s to early 2000s Orlando Pirates had one of the best development sides in the country. The academy would go to produce the likes of Joseph Makhanya, Lebohang Mokoena, Gift Leremi and Benedict Vilakazi just to name a few. The four of them would go to reach cult status at Orlando Pirates and are also considered as football legends in South Africa.
Former Orlando Pirates player Benedict Vilakazi who holds the record at the club as their all time top goalscorer, his son Thato Mohlamme leaded Uthongathi FC to a victory against Richards Bay FC as he is following in his father's footsteps. Thato Mohlamme who is the son of former Orlando Pirates player Benedict Vilakazi, are following in his father's footsteps as he scored his latest goal for Uthongathi FC against Richards Bay FC.
After Knox Mutizwa turned into the unequaled top scorer for the Brilliant Bolts in the first class last end of the week, Soccer Laduma is searching for the top scorer of DStv Prevalence clubs. Mutizwa arrived at the 40 objective imprint when he scored the 31st. Look through the exhibition to see pictures of the players who are the top scorers for their clubs.
It is always going to be hard to talk about South Africa's greatest footballers without the mentioning of the name Gift Mpho Leremi but sadly death took him too soon. At the time of his tragic death he had already established himself as a seasoned footballer. He was a cream of the crop, a par above the rest.
They say the apple does not fall far from the tree, well that is sometimes true. Former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns is a happy after at the moment as his son recently joined the KwaZulu-Natal based side Uthongathi Football Club. https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/local/tso-i-want-him-to-choose-his-own-path/ The 21-year old star Thato Mohlamme was announced by the Cane cutters last week.
The first game of the DSTV Premiership has not even been played yet and already Orlando Pirates do not have a first team head coach This is now the second time in the space of three years that Orlando Pirates have been faced with the departure of a first team head coach early in the season as a similar situation happened in 2019 with former coach Milutin Sredejovic
Orlando Pirates striker Tshegofatso Mabasa has rewarded the club for believing him and Bucs legend, Benedict Vilakazi is of the opinion that more goals are on the horizon. Mabasa has struggled with game-time at the Buccaneers due to injuries and despite that has always shown signs of being a deadly striker whenever is given an opportunity.
A DSTV Premieship star has revealed, that he almost gave up on football becouse of being told he will never be successful in the Mzansi top league. Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo has proved once again, that in football height does not real matter to successful. Just like Joseph Makhanya, Keagan Dolly, Benedict Vilakazi and others who where there before him.
Orlando Pirates striker Tshegofatso Mabasa has remunerated the club for trusting him and Bucs legend, Benedict Vilakazi is of the assessment that more objectives are not too far off. Mabasa has battled with game-time at the Buccaneers because of wounds and in spite of that has consistently given indications of being a lethal striker at whatever point is offered a chance.
Benedict Vilakazi, a former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns star, believes that his son Thato Mohlamme will forge his own football path after joining Uthongathi Football Club in KwaZulu-Natal last week. Thato Mohlamme has joined the KwaZulu-Natal-based side Uthongathi Football Club. Last week, a young soccer player traveled around the country, and even if he didn't win any major championships, it was an exciting development for the iDiski Times team because it involved someone from our family.
Orlando Pirates striker Tshegofatso Mabasa has remunerated the club for trusting him and Bucs legend, Benedict Vilakazi is of the assessment that more objectives are not too far off. Mabasa has battled with game-time at the Buccaneers because of wounds and in spite of that has consistently given indications of being a dangerous striker at whatever point is offered a chance.
Benedict Vilakazi, an ex-Mamelodi Sundowns player, believes the club has started the season slowly and that if they keep doing so, “the door is open” for Golden Arrows to reach the MTN8 final. On Saturday, the Arrows host the Brazilians in the opening leg of the MTN8 semi-finals at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium, with the second leg taking place exactly a month later at Lucas Moripe Stadium.
Former Bafana Bafana midfielder Benedict Vilakazi believes coach Hugo Broos and his team are doomed to fail after their 0-0 draw against Zimbabwe on Friday. Aston Villa's Marvelous Nakamba, former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadede, Wigan captain Tendayi Darikwa, Bournemouth defender Jordan Zemura, Ipswich Town's Macauley Bonne, and ex-England junior international Brendan Galloway were among the Bafana Bafana players missing from the squad.