The 2021/2022 Dstv Premiership is currently on an extended Christmas break due to the ongoing 2021 African Cup of Nations(AFCON) which is currently taking place in Cameroon, because of Covid 19 which stood in the way of the tournament taking place last year and was postponed to this year.
The Premier Soccer League has affirmed the crews for the DStv Compact Cup during a public interview on Wednesday. In a bid to keep the interest of nearby football alive during the mid-season break because of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, the PSL and DStv have framed a new 'imaginative' competition.
The voting for the DSTV Compact Cup began in December and will end on January 3rd, which is tomorrow. On the 5th of January, the votes will be tabulated, and the names of the selected players in each group will be made public, followed by the starting lineup on the 15th of January.
Khune is currently praised for his amazing experience and performance for the Compact Cup match. Itumeleng Khune's promising performance for Warriors in their 2-1 triumph against Amabutho in the DStv Compact Cup semi-final on Saturday night could prove crucial. Khune's career has been relegated to the stands for the majority of the season after failing to make the match-day squad.
Amazing goalkeeper John Tlale accepts the Compact Cup will furnish Kaizer Chiefs' Itumeleng Khune with an opportunity to track down his best structure. The Bafana global was given an uncommon beginning in the Warriors group firing line-up in Saturday's conflict. Tlale trusts a re-visitation of activity will assist Khune with recovering his certainty.
Itumeleng Khune's presentation in the Compact Cup for Warriors FC over the course of the end of the week sent updates about his characteristics once more, which should give his mentor at Kaizer Chiefs Stuart Baxter motivation to scratch his head! Preceding this previous end of the week, the veteran goalkeeper had not played in a serious counterpart for a very long time with his last cut of activity tracing all the way back to the MTN8 rout to Mamelodi Sundowns on August 15.
With heroism at DSTV Compact Cup Khune next goal is to capture the No. 1 spot again at Kaizer Chiefs
Itumeleng Khune is certain that his Compact Cup performances will help him restore his place at Kaizer Chiefs. The experienced goalkeeper last appeared in a competitive match in August 2021, when Mamelodi Sundowns defeated Kaizer Chiefs on penalties in the MTN8 first round. Despite receiving less playing time at Amakhosi, football fans voted for him in the Compact Cup tournament.
Warriors reach Compact Cup final thanks to Swallows star After overcoming Amabutho FC 2-1 on Saturday evening, Warriors FC will face Coastal United in the DStv Compact Cup final. Warriors started goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune alongside Happy Jele, Njabulo Ngcobo, and Keagan Dolly, while Amabutho started Victor Letsoalo and Siyethemba Sithebe.
COASTAL United booked their place in the DStv Compact Cup final with a 3-0 win over Dinaledi FC in the semi-finals at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban, on July 30. HERE Ashley du Preez is one of Coastal United FC's three goals in defeating Dinaledi FC 'Kermit Erusmus of Dinaledi FC' s Dinaledi FC in the 2022 DStv Compact Cup at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
As we saw on Saturday Itumeleng Khune has won the DStv Compact Cup at FNB Stadium and that means pride and decent financial gains in his bank account. ITUMELENG KHUNE WILL INVEST IN HIS CHILDREN Last weekend Warriors FC became champions of the new DStv Premiership Compact Cup. Gauteng's side beat Coastal United 21 thanks to a rather brilliant brace from Swallows FC's Ruzaigh Gamildien.
The previous Bafana number one has included in just match the entire season - against Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 quarter-finals The Compact Cup gives an extraordinary stage to Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune to show he's actually got the stuff to contend at the top. Khune was additionally on the seat against Baroka FC in an association apparatus, yet in any case has not made the match-day crew the entire season for Chiefs.
Itumeleng Khune's exhibition in the Compact Cup for Warriors FC throughout the end of the week sent updates about his characteristics once more, which should give his mentor at Kaizer Chiefs Stuart Baxter motivation to scratch his head! Before this previous end of the week, the veteran goalkeeper had not played in a serious counterpart for a long time with his last cut of activity tracing all the way back to the MTN8 rout to Mamelodi Sundowns on August 15.
The PSL (Premier Soccer League) are seasoned veterans at selling fakers. To start with, it was the Compact Cup, and presently it is the PSL Players Transition Program. Two times over about three weeks, the PSL met question and answer sessions, which were considered so significant, it was flighted life on TV, and two times PSL frontman executive Irvin Khoza had very little to say about exceptionally appropriate issues, then, at that point, and presently.
Itumeleng Khune's exhibition in the Compact Cup for Warriors FC over the course of the end of the week sent updates about his characteristics once more, which should give his mentor at Kaizer Chiefs Stuart Baxter motivation to scratch his head! Preceding this previous end of the week, the veteran goalkeeper had not played in a cutthroat counterpart for quite some time with his last cut of activity tracing all the way back to the MTN8 rout to Mamelodi Sundowns on August 15.
Farouk Khan, a football specialist, has revealed why the Dstv Compact Cup is so tough to predict. According to the former Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach, all four coaches, Gordon Igesund, Daylen Kerr, Dan Malesela, and Steve Barker, may struggle to get their talented squads off the ground.
Word arriving at the Siya group is that allies could be permitted to go to the DStv Compact Cup this end of the week. As indicated by data got by the group, tickets for the opposition won't be sold, and will rather be given to MultiChoice clients as the cup is the "watchers' decision".
SOCCER Benchwarmer Khune has trust for activity at Chiefs Veteran guardian credits his Compact Cup structure Columnist Bosses goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune. Bosses goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune. Picture:by Gupter Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune trusts his exhibition in the DStv Compact Cup for Warriors last week has given mentor Stuart Baxter motivation to scratch his head.
Cape Town — Kaizer Chiefs, with eight players, will give a dependable rampart to the Dylan Kerr-drove Warriors FC in the DStv Compact Cup, what begins on January 22 and runs until January 29. The Chiefs unexpected will be driven by charm Keagan Dolly who will be joined by Itumeleng Khune, Bruce Bvuma, Njabulo Ngcobo, Njabulo Blom, Sabelo Radebe, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo and Mduduzi Tshabalala.
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has again underlined his place in homegrown football regardless of one more troublesome mission. Khune presently can't seem to procure any minutes in the 16 association games that Chiefs have played to date with the nearest he has come has been the point at which he sat on the seat only once against Baroka in August.
Promising Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Sabelo Radebe has shared his joy subsequent to being chosen by allies to participate in the debut DStv Compact Cup. Radebe is one of eight Amakhosi players who were picked to address the Inland Group 2: Warriors FC crew close by Njabulo Blom, Bruce Bvuma, Keagan Dolly, Itumeleng Khune, Njabulo Ngcobo, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo and Mduduzi Shabalala.