Daniel Matsau Former AmaGlug-glug hero Daniel Matsau has reflected on a career which promised so much, but which ultimately fell short due to injury setbacks. The diminutive striker scored four goals during the qualifying for the 2000 Olympic Games, including the match-winner in the second-leg play-off decider against New Zealand at Vosloorus.
The 43 year old former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana striker Daniel Matsau, remembers the goal he scored for the under 23, which took South Africa 's under 23 to Sydney Olympic Games. It's almost 20 years since Amaglug-glug qualified. That team remains the only team that beat Brazil in Australia. The qualifying game was played on 27 May 2000,when Matsau fired home an 87th-minute for a star-studded South Africa under-23 team against New Zealand. Unfortunately Daniel Matsau celebrates under different circumstances
According to former kaizer Chiefs striker Daniel Matsau he believes the Soweto giant are now on par with Mamelodi Sundowns when it comes to quality. Lets check below -Top goal scorer Sundowns Themba Zwane 9 Sibusiso Vilakazi 5 hlompho Kekana 2 T Morena/L Sirino 2 -Top goal Scorer Chiefs Sumir Nurkovic 11 Leonardo Castro 7 Lebohang Manyama 6 D Cardoso/ E Mathoho 4 -Assist Sundowns Sibusiso Vilakazi 5 Themba Zwane 4 Thapelo Morena 3 -Assist Chiefs Lebohang Manyama 8 K Baccus 4 George Maluleke 4 Denis Ongango
Former kaizer Chiefs and Moroka Swallows striker Daniel Matsau talks about his heartbreaking story and how he finds himself unemployed now. Matsau scored the goal that sent South Africa to the Olympics against. Shakes Mashaba who was our under-23 coach that time still celebrates that team, as the best young team South Africa ever produced. Unfortunately for Matsau his career never took off like some of his teammates. The Likes of Stanton Fredericks, Matthew Booth, Aaron Mokoena and Quinton Fortune and played
The two Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, as well as Mamelodi Sundowns have always been the biggest teams in South Africa. For the longest of time the Tshwane giants were trailing in comparison to the two opposing Soweto clubs. The situation however, changed when billionaire Patrice Motsepe acquired ownership of the club and ushered in a new era at Sundowns. The tables turned and things took a new turn, especially since the appointment of former Bafana Bafana mentor Pitso Mosimane as the boss
Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Daniel Matsau says his former club are on the same level with Mamelodi Sundowns when it comes to the quality of the players. "Ja, they started well, they are doing very well at the moment because they signed quality players," Matsau told KickOff.com. "Although they are still lacking here and there, they have a good and balanced team. I think they only need one or two players in the middle. But attacking and middle is good." "... They are now competing with Sundowns. Sundowns hav
"Pirates won against Chiefs because they were using older players with experience" -Ex-Chiefs Legend
(Source: kickoff.com) The former Kaizer Chiefs player, Daniel Matsau has expressed his opinion about the Soweto Derby that played this past weekend. As Pirates thrashed Chiefs by 3-0 in the first leg of the MTN8 semi-finals, now Matsau feels that the Buccaneers won as they were using experienced players and Chiefs was using youngsters. Matsau said that Chiefs gave it their best in the Soweto Derby, it's just that luck wasn't on their end. It was visible when they created many goal-scoring opportunities but no-one