Raphael Chukwu was a monster of a forward who had defenders up in their toes throughout the whole 90 minutes. He was famously known for banging in goals as if there was no tomorrow. Chukwu formed one of the most potent partnerships with Daniel Mudau during his time at Mamelodi Sundowns.
In South Africa one can not even begin to talk about the greatest strikers to ever feature in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) without the mentioning of Daniel Mudau. Even to this day and age he is still amongst the leading top goal scorers in the PSL.
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.
Playing abroad is perhaps every professional footballer's ultimate dream, but talent alone is never enough to be able to pursue that dream.
Mamelodi Sundowns won their third league title in a row on Saturday afternoon after beating Black Leopards 3-0, it was, it was the second time during the PSL era that the club clinched three league titles in a row. After the formation of the PSL in 1996 Kwazulu Natal side Manning Rangers were the first club to win the PSL title, what followed there was 3 years of dominance by Sundowns, who won the next 3 league titles between 1997 and 2000. Mosimane told SABC Radio station Sportscaster Thabiso Mosia on SAFM,
Most football fans would remember Charles Motlohi with the 2001 BP Top 8 final incident. Sundowns legend Daniel Mudau gave him a hot klap live on TV with his family watching for refusing to take a penalty. Charles Motlohi was born on 22 March 1971. "King Charles" as he was affectionately known had his big break at age 16 when he joined Welkom Eagles where he played with the legendary Jerry Sikhosana. During his playing days he went to feature for Bloemfontein Celtics between 1996 and 1997. In the late 90's he
When Mamelodi Sundowns lost 7 - 6 on penalties to Kaizer Chiefs, in BP Top 8 final, it didn't sink well with Daniel Mudau who was the captain. Fans will still remember the famous 'chesa mpama' which landed of Charles Motlohi. The memories remain for soccer lovers, even after Motlohi and Mambush settled the issue. It was in a BP Top 8 final when Sundowns played against Kaizer Chiefs in 2001 at FNB Stadium. After the game ended with a 2-2 all draw, it was time for penalty shootout. Mudau had been substituted
I'm not sure which criteria that SABC used to appoint analyst.Despite their analyst ability to read the game most of their analyst are not from the so called best players but they hired ordinary players . Papi Khomane was the SABC sports analyst , he was a good defender but not a Bafana Bafana material as he didn't get more than 50 caps in the squad. Before they used to Mike Mangena who played football in the 80's. They brought Simphiwe Mkhonza who played for Golden Arrows and Kaizer Chiefs but he didn't get
After being officially unveiled as Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila player last night,Joseph Malongoane has now revealed the crucial role that was played by a Sundowns legend in his move. Malongoane was unveiled with Oupa Manyisa as TTM players, both joining the Venda based side on two years contract that will be effective from next season. He told Marawa Sports World Wide on Metro FM, that it was Daniel Mudau who made the move to Venda possible, "I was sitting at home trying to keep fit while also doing some individual
Daniel Mudau is known as one of the lethal strikers to ever play football in South Africa. He remains Mamelodi Sundowns all time leading goal scorer. Born and bred in the famous Mamelodi township, the stocky Daniel Mudau spent his entire top flight career at one club, one he still serves even today. He is one of the passionate players to ever play the game. It was the BP top 8 final against Kaizer Chiefs in 2001 at the FNB Stadium and Mamelodi Sundowns were reeling after a 7 - 6 penalty shootout defeat following
Source: Kickoff.com Former Mamelodi Sundowns and Bloemfontein Celtic player Charles Motlohi, opens up about how he feels he treated unfairly for his entire career in football. Before joining Sundowns Matlohi played for teams like Welkom Eagles and Bloemfontein Celtic. The former midfielder was slapped in the face by Daniel Mudau live on television. Matlohi says the first he received serious money was when he was called into the National team. As at Bloemfontein Celtic his first salary was only R150 in 1996.
Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Cedrick Nakhumwa, was one of the best strikers produced by Malawi in the 90s. The is quiet a number of players from Malawi who have represented Sundowns. But without a doubt Ernest Mtawali was the best. There were other players like Chancy Gondwe, Lovemore Chafunya and the Malunga brothers Kennedy and Holman. But Cedric Nakhumwa is not a first person that springs to mind. maybe it's because the striker did not live up to expectations, at Sundowns despite coming highly recommended.
After Knox Mutizwa became Golden Arrows' unequaled top goalscorer in the topflight this previous end of the week, Soccer Laduma takes a gander at the top scorers from DStv Premiership clubs. Mutizwa hit the 40-objective imprint when he scored in the 3-1 triumph over striving Marumo Gallants, outperforming club legend Mabhuti Khenyeza.
117' GOAL! Shalulile the man that loves a late goal! His rocket fires past Stephens and gives Downs the lead in extra time! With no doubt the guy is a pandemic,very dangerous. He knows how to hit the net. Most of people believes that Shalulile is a Complete striker who is ready to follow Percy Tau steps. His performance reminded most Sundowns fans Daniel Mudau, just when you get mad with his misses, suprises you with a Goal. Peter Shalulile has 6 goals (4 G, 2A) in his involvement in the last 3 games. He is
In the history of the Premier Soccer League (PSL, which began in 1996/97), these five names are in an exclusive club of players which have surpassed 100 goals in league football. SIYABONGA NOMVETHE – 123 GOALS In a career which saw him play in South Africa, Italy, Sweden, Denmark and rack up over 80 caps for Bafana Bafana, it is fitting that Siyabonga Nomvethe hung up his boots (just under 18 months ago, at age 40) with a record of 123 league goals – the most in PSL history. He is best remembered for te
Supersport United's Bradley Grobler is currently enjoying a rich vien of form after having netted 13 goals in 17 appearances for his team in the league.In this moment in time he is one of the most lethal strikers in the league.
In the history of the the Premier Soccer League ( PSL, which began in the 1996/1997), only five players have been able to score more than a century of goals. 1. Siyabonga Nomvethe(Retired) In a career which saw him playing in South Africa, Italy, Sweden, Denmark and racking over 80 caps for Bafana Bafana, it comes as no surprise that Bhele is on top of the list. He hung up his boots at the age of 40, scoring 123 goals. His major success came in the black and gold colours of Kaizer Chiefs during the late 90s.
Any team can play the best football in the world but if there are no goals then it doesn't matter. Surely, you heard the saying that goals win you matches in football. That is hundred percent correct, if a team wants silverware, then it must invest in quality and top-class strikers. Although everyone in the team can score goals, it helps when there's a striker that punishes the opposition. Every opportunity matters in football, hence the players must utilize it. Looking into the Premier Soccer League in South
(Source: soccerladuma.co.za) The Mamelodi Sundowns legend Daniel Mudau has commented about the team's performance in the DStv Premiership, as he feels that the Brazilians will continue their domination domestically. .It's all smiling at Chloorkop as things are going well for Downs, they have been like for the past couple of season though and it looks like things are not going to stop anytime soon. The Brazilians are sitting comfortably at the top of the DStv Premiership with 18 points after 8 unbeaten games