AmaZulu head coach Benni McCarthy is likely to cross paths with Kaizer Chiefs in his career in future, given the recent developments between Usuthu and Amakhosi. The KwaZulu-Natal side will be competing for the first time in the CAF Champions League group stages and discovered their opponents in Group B on Tuesday.
Kaizer Chiefs seems to have changed their stance on their ruling on one particular player after they returned to training on Saturday morning. Chiefs returned early from their festive break to prepare for what promises to be gruelling last few months of the season after the Africa Cup of Nations.
The draw for the 2021/22 CAF Confederation Cup institution degree changed into carried out on the ANSWER THESE five QUESTIONS AND YOU COULD WIN R1 000 IN CELLPHONE DATA Pitso Mosimane, coach of Egyptian giants Al Ahly, assisted Khaled Nassar, CAF Head of Competitions with the draw that produced some thrilling pairings.
Milutin Sredojević, simply known as Micho, is a Serbian football manager who is currently serving as the head coach of the Uganda national team. However it seems like Micho would like to return to his old club which is the Buccaneers (Orlando pirates). Yesterday Micho was the name of the day after saying that the buccaneers have turned the corner and every one should be supportive of the coaching staff and players during an interview with Supersport TV.
Orlando Pirates could be forced to take risks they would not normally take if it was not for the daunting CAF Confederation Cup group stage draw. On paper, it looked as if Pirates got a kind draw, getting teams like the winner between JS Kabylie (Algeria) and Royal Leopards (eSwatini), JS Saoura (Algeria) and Al Ittihad (Libya).
Orlando Pirates' CAF Confederation Cup challenges could have been made to look tougherby Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi. Pirates appeared to have gotten a favourable group draw on paper, after they were paired with the winner between JS Kabylie (Algeria) and Royal Leopards (eSwatini), IS Saoura (Algeria) and Al Ittihad of Libya.
Orlando Pirates' participation in the CAF Confederation Cup is at risk of being undermined after lack of professionalism from their opponent at a crucial stage of the campaign. Pirates' confidence was high heading into the CAF Confederation Cup play-off stage after thrashing Stellenbosch 3-0 in the DStv Premiership as they travelled to Liberia to face LPRC Oilers in the first-leg clash.
(Source: citizen.co.za) Orlando Pirates have started their journey in the CAF Confederation Cup on a great note. This follows after they defeated Liberian side LPRC Oilers by 2-0 this past weekend. Moving to the second leg at Orlando Stadium things might lookup for the Buccaneers.
Suspensions and positive Covid-19 cases constrained Kaizer Chiefs to make no less than SIX changes to their firing line up for Sunday's DStv Premiership conflict against Swallows. There was no notice made whether or not the people who returned positive Covid results did as such with the new Omicron variation.
It will be the fourth season on the jog that Masandawana and the Red Devils meet, yet the initial time in the gathering stages. While Orlando Pirates got a positive attract the Caf Confederation Cup, it is Mamelodi Sundowns who have been put in what seems, by all accounts, to be one of the picks of the gathering stages they drew reigning champs Al-Ahly, and obviously, that is makes Group A the seriously astonishing that Pitso Mosimane will confront his previous group.
(Source: kickoff.com) Orlando Pirates have got themselves an early Christmas present in the CAF Confederation Cup as their opponents LPRC Oilers has withdrawn from the African competition. This means that the Buccaneers have moved to the group stages without playing the return leg of their play-offs.
A withdrawal from the CAF Confederation Cup by play-off opponents LPRC Oilers means that Orlando Pirates will advance to the group stage of the competition. Due to the postponement of the second leg of their play-off tie against Liberia's LPRC Oilers, the Buccaneers have moved to the next round of the 2021/22 CAF Confederation Cup.
News arriving at the Siya team is that Marumo Gallants look set to lose one of their central members who is perceived to have written a pre-contract somewhere else. Many of the Gallants players have drawn in interest in the PSL with their great exhibitions and one of them is midfielder Miguel Timm, who has a half year left on his arrangement with the Limpopo outfit, as announced by the Siya team in December.
Orlando Pirates face a hard CAF Confederation Cup team agenda after the draw was once made in Cairo on Tuesday. The Soweto Buccaneers had been positioned in Group B with JS Kabylie of Algeria or Royal Leopard of eSwatini, JS Saoura of Algeria and Al Ittihad of Libya.
Orlando Pirates' CAF Confederation Cup group stage opponents have been revealed after a draw and while there is a general feeling that the draw was favourable, it could bring potential pitfalls. The Buccaneers went through the qualifying rounds successfully, edging Niables Noirs of Congo 1-0 on aggregate and had no trouble getting past LPRC Oilers of Liberia in the group stage play-offs.
Thulani Hlatshwayo will reach a Orlando Pirates milestone if he plays within the DStv Premiership conflict towards Baroka FC on Thursday, 2 December. Kick-off on the Orlando Stadium is scheduled for 19:30. Hlatshwayo has no longer featured for Orlando Pirates in view that their controversial Soweto derby defeat to Kaizer Chiefs on 6 November.
Source: TheSouthAfrican The Orlando Pirates CAF Confederation Cup return leg to the LPRC Oilers has been cancelled-that's why. The Pirates' opponent, the Oilers, has withdrawn from the competition. According to iDiskiTimes, CAF has confirmed the withdrawal. "CAF received a letter from the Liberia FA confirming the withdrawal of the LPRC Oilers from this season's Total Energies CAF Confederations Cup," the tournament confirmed CAF officials.
After their Caf Confederation Cup opponents, LPRC Oilers, withdrew from the competition, the Buccaneers were given the weekend off. Both the Kaizer Chiefs and the Orlando Pirates, both from Soweto, were unable to play this weekend due to various reasons. Is the season of the Kaizer Chiefs about to end?
After the Buccaneers' 2-0 CAF Confederation Cup Preliminary Round triumph, Orlando Pirates coach Mandla Ncikazi made a daring comparison between the Buccaneers and Mamelodi Sundowns. The Buccaneers continued their upward trend, winning their second match in a row after thrashing Stellenbosch FC in the DStv Premiership and sealing a first-leg victory over Liberia's LPRC Oilers on Sunday.
Marumo Gallants FC quit the CAF Confederation Cup following a 1-0 total misfortune to TP Mazembe on Sunday evening. Gallants, who entered the match high in certainty following their success in midweek against TS Galaxy, showed two changes in Tebogo Thangwane and Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo. With a tight first-leg lead, Mazembe started on the back-foot five minutes gone as Matome Kgoetyane hauled a low shot from a promising region barely askew.