Former SuperSport United and Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper, is looking for a way out of Mamelodi Sundowns, in order to get regular game time at the end of the current season.Pieterse was linked with a move away from Sundowns, after the arrival of Ricardo Goss and Jody February earlier this season.
Denis Onyango is without a doubt one of the best goalkeepers in the PSL.The Ugandan international has been one of the key figures at Mamelodi Sundowns as they currently sit on the summit of the DStv Premiership log table.
Mamelodi Sundowns is known to Sign every great player in the Dstv Premiership without checking how much they cost and their salary But with every cent they spend the return is amazing, they are currently the Dstv Premiership champions, Mtn 8 champions and Telkom knockout Champions.
It is a norm to see older players stepping aside from National Team duties following their nation's failure to quality for tournaments which would have been their last for the nations.Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Dennis Onyango and Uganda captain announced his retirement from the National team following the country's failure to qualify for the Africa Cup Of Nations to be staged in Cameroon Next year.
English Premiere League Star Percy Tau has named Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune among the best three goalkeepers he has ever met.The former Mamelodi Sundowns was taking part in a Q&A on Twitter where there were range of topics that were discussed.The 26 year old also revealed that he is keen staying with his current club Brighton & Hove Albion despite struggling for game time.
Current Premier Soccer League Champions Mamelodi Sundowns, having taken their time preparing Nigerian youngster Etinosa Godspower.But its now seems like the club is ready to involve him is the first team.
https://www.goal.com/en-za/news/mamelodi-sundowns-onyango-quit-uganda-cranes-to-take-care-of/dj4zk80f9ixj1c9nyx64a9mv0 Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Dennis Onyango has come out to explain the reason he took the decision to retire from Uganda National team.The long serving custodian confirmed on Tuesday he had quit playing for the national squad, ending a 13 year international career which saw him earn 70 caps with the Cranes since 2005.
After playing for a senior national team for over two decades, Mamelodi Sundowns star Dennis Onyango has announced that he is retiring from International club.The news comes after his home team Uganda fails to qualify for AFCON 2021.The Mamelodi star from Uganda will nolonger play for Uganda but will continue to Play for Mamelodi Sundowns.
it is a decision that many people never saw coming,particularly because he was on a great form; and he is a player that brings in a lot of quality.The Mamelodi Sundowns number one goal keeper, and Uganda's number one choice and captain; Dennis Onyango has officially announced that he is retiring from international duty with immediate effect.
Junior Khanye formed a football club months ago and he called it Fak'imali Uzobina FC.They are already in talks with Table topping Pretoria giant Mamelodi Sundowns.
After having served his country for many years, Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Dennis Onyango have announce his retirement from international football on Monday night at the age of 35.The former SuperSport United goalkeeper who burst into professional football in 2004 when he signed for Villa SC and did not make any appearances for the team have decided to hang up his gloves and will no longer be available for selection when it comes to his country.
Mamelodi Sundowns' goalkeeper Dennis Onyango went on his social media platform to make his retirement in national team announcement official."With tears flowing over my face, with the hardest decision ever of retiring from international football with immediate effect", Onyango explains on his social media platforms.
Mamelodi Sundowns will travel to Sisa Dukasha Stadium to face Chippa United on Monday, 12 April.The Brazilians will gun for maximum points against strugglers the Chilli Boys who recently parted ways with their head coach.Masandawana currently top the log standings while the hosts, Chippa are fighting for their survival.
Mamelodi Sundowns.In top level football trying to balance giving 100% for your club and your country can never be an easy thing Firstly playing for your football club is much easier at times than representing your national team particularly for the more experienced as well as veteran star players In the case of Mamelodi Sundowns top shot stopper Dennis Onyanga the talented goalkeeper represents more than just talent but rather charecter, courage, discipline and of course a winning mentality But for the Ugandan national football team it would seem Dennis Onyango will not be excersizing those traits & charecteristics as the Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper has taken the decision to retire from international football as a whole according to & courtesy of reports from Goal.com "It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing my retirement from international football," "After much consideration, my family, managers and i, decided that it was in my best interest to hang my gloves on my Cranes of Uganda Big thanks to every Ugandan over the years,"
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Dennis Onyango has retired from international football, the player announced via social media.Onyango captained Uganda for a number of years and was the first choice goalkeeper for both his club and country in recent years.Rated as one of the best goalkeepers on the continent, Onyango said he is retiring with a heavy heart from international football.
Mamelodi Sundowns were involved in a CAF Champions League now they will have to come and fight for the league as it's not over yet.Sundowns hasn't tested any defeat this season both locally and continental.Tshskhuma has made it clear that in this match they want 3 points ,it's wondering whether
After the Cranes Uganda failed to qualify for the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon thier number 1 shotstopper announced his retirement.Dennis Onyango has been excellent for hus country since his debut and caring the Captains armbelt with pride.Onyango prescribed a letter to the technical stating his retirement and how has been formidable and greatffull for the journey with the Cranes. "
The log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking exend thier lead on the log and unbeaten run when they face struggling side Black Leopards.Sundowns are on an unbeaten streak and a win will see them extend to 42 points opening the gap larger.
Mamelodi Sundowns visited Stellenbosch FC with aim of extending their winning matches as they remain undefeated in the DSTV Premiership.
The Chloorkop side Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking to extend thier lead in the Caf Champions League group stage when they face TP Mazembe at home.