Jomo Cosmos Goes 17 Matches Without A Win After Their Latest 2-2 Draw Date: Sunday, 21 November Jomo Cosmos struggles in the GladAfrica Championship are increasing week after week as they are yet to register a win after 17 matches played in the second tier of South African football.
Football is a sport first and foremost, however it also entertainment for fans and all the parties involved. It has evolved into a business in recent years and players are making more money, however many will argue that the best players are in the past in terms of sheer talent and passion for the game.
'Cosmos will come back to the big league' Jomo Cosmos player Alton Meiring has no doubts that Jomo Cosmos will soon return to the top-flight under charismatic Jomo Sono. Despite a tough start to their GladAfrica Championship campaign, Meiring insists that Cosmos will come good in the rest of the season.
Jomo Sono is not a legend only because of his talent, however he has also developed and gave the opportunity to countless players and that cemented his iconic status. He is respected figure in South African football and rightfully as he had managed to do more for the sport than anyone else.
VOSLOORUS : It's matchday 9 in the Glad Africa Championship and Jomo Cosmos are still winless. Bottom of the log Jomo Cosmos have moved their clash against JDR Stars away from the Tsakane Stadium in Brakpan to the Vosloorus Stadium. Ezenkosi will be hoping that the change of scenery will do them good and get their first victory of the campaign.
The former Bafana Bafana head coach, and Jomo Cosmos boss Jomo Sono, is having a difficult time at the opening matches of South Africa 's second division league GladAfrica. Jomo Cosmos which use to be a prominent premier league club, producing some of best talent in the country is struggling to return to the Dstv campaign.
The head coach of Al Ahly has revealed his favourite Premier Soccer League club. Mosimane has made his name in PSL over the years. This comes after be won some major trophies with Mamelodi Sundowns including the CAF champions League back in 2016 before he moved to seek for greener pastures last year at Al Ahly where he also won some major trophies.
South Africa football as an industry and/or business is still relatively new. The PSL has made huge strides in terms of regulating and more importantly making sure that the money is coming in to run the leagues. We've seen a huge chance in recent times, even teams who are playing in the lower ranks now have access to much more than they would've an odd 10 years ago.
Former Jomo Cosmos striker, Nkosinathi Nhleko says he is impressed with the present crop of Ezenkosi players and believes the team stands a chance to win promotion to the PSL. “I have been watching some of the matches here (in Vosloorus), and in my opinion these present crop of players can take Cosmos to the next level.
While you are here kindly comment, like, share and follow me for more content. Notwithstanding an intense beginning to their GladAfrica Championship crusade, Meiring demands that Cosmos will come great in the remainder of the period. Previous Jomo Cosmos player Alton Meiring has no questions that Jomo Cosmos will before long re-visitation of the first class under magnetic Jomo Sono.
Although soccer players would love to play football forever, it gets to a point where they feel that it is time to hang up their boots and open new chapters in their lives. That is the case with Themba Shabalala who has decided to retire and take taken on a new role which is to scout talent as agent.
Why was Cosmos fined and Royal AM docked 3 points? Now TS Sporting is also in court as we tweet. They want 3 points because PSL decided to give Sekukhune 3 points. This is a joke if they give Sporting the 3 points Richards Bay will be out of playoffs TS will replace them.
The owner and coach of Jomo Cosmos; Jomo Sono says; he does not care what people say; he will not give up on the hope of rising up to the DStv Premiership. Jomo Sono coach and owner of Jomo Cosmos; which runs in GladAfrica Championship.
During the off-season, the Cosmos added Kassiano Soares Mendonca, Lucas Fernandez, and Luri Barbosa, all of whom are from Brazil. The three players made their debut for EzeNkosi, who drew 0-0 with Cape Town Spurs in Johannesburg on Sunday. Cosmos are presently in last place in the GladAfrica Championship standings, with only one point from three games played.
Alton Meiring, a former Jomo Cosmos player, is confident that the club would soon return to the top division under the dynamic Jomo Sono. Despite a shaky start to the GladAfrica Championship season, Meiring is certain that Cosmos would improve throughout the season. Cosmos are currently in 15th place in the second division rankings, having earned only one point from four games.
Friday, 27 August Cape Town All Stars 3-2 TS Sporting Cape Town All Stars were given their marketing campaign up and going for walks the GladAfrica Championship on Friday with a 3-2 victory over TS Sporting on their very own turf. Debutant Eleazar Rodgers gave All Stars the lead before a penalty from Ndiviwe Mdabuka and Sirgio Kammies extended their tally, whilst Mohau Mokate and Paseka Sekese netted for Sporting.
Friday, 24 September Cape Town All Stars 1-1 Hungry Lions FC New young men Hungry Lions botched the opportunity to support second spot in the GladAfrica Championship on Friday with a 1-1 draw against Cape Town All Stars. Lions looked on course to a triumph following Tlotlego Pitso's strike, which the guests took into the break just to see Ndiviwe Mdabuka disentangle a reaction and in the end draw for All Stars.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding his future with Jomo Cosmos, former Orlando Pirates defender Ayanda Gcaba insists he has no plans to retire. Gcaba made 19 appearances for Jomo Sono's side last season, which ended ninth in the GladAfrica Championship. The Siya crew has learned that Ezenkosi has yet to make a decision about Gcaba's future, as his contract expires next week and it is expected that they would not exercise their option to extend his stay.
NewsFlash Media 17 July 2021 Ephraim Matsilele Sono, also known as Jono Sono, is beaming with pride this morning following the success of his two products, Pitso Mosimane and Arthur Zwane. The two square off this evening in the CAF Champions League in Morocco. Jomo Sono has said it makes him “proud and humble” to see two products of Jomo Cosmos take charge of the two teams in a Caf Champions League final.
Microsoft says it has cautioned a huge number of its distributed computing customers of an as of late found defect that left their information helpless for a lengthy period. The issue included keys used to get to Microsoft Azure's leader data set help Cosmos DB, and was found fourteen days prior by online protection organization Wiz.