As it has been previously reported, Mamelodi Sundowns camp has been struck by the influenza outbreak and this situation forced the club's technical team to change the club's starting line up as 17 of their first team players were missing in action, and therefore the Co-coaches decided to apply alternative measures in order to make sure that they honour their final league fixture against Royal AM, after this match was cancelled over the weekend as a result of heavy rainfall.
Whenever it's a transfer window period there's always some interesting activities that we are seeing in the Premier Soccer League as we see unexpected player transfers and rumours being a figure of interest for the South African football supporters. Right now in the current window it can most certainly be said that the transfer rumours of Gaston Srino of Mamelodi Sundowns is one of the most anticipated moves within the South African football universe amid rumours that the player has been unhappy at the club.
Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena spoke highly about their highly rated signing Erwin Saavedra, and has even questioned whether the Bolivian international player can rise to become the best South American to ever play in the Premier Soccer League. It has been reported that Saavedra joined Masandawana on a two and a half year deal from Bolivar.
This season's January transfer window in the Premier Soccer League has been entertaining as we've seen deals have been completed from various football club's. The most spoken of transfer window that was spoken highly of was the transfering of Teboho Mokoena who was linked to a move to the likes of Kaizer Chiefs but he was later unvailed as the new Mamelodi Sundowns player.
The much anticipated transfer of Gaston Srino from Mamelodi Sundowns to Al Ahly did not materialize as some might have anticipated. It is also no secret that the African champions have always had an interest in the Uruguayan player since from the days when Pitso Mosimane has been the head coach of Mamelodi Sundowns. Now that Mosimane is with Ahly it seems like the their technical was still interested in the services of Srino. Unfortunately for both Al Ahly and Gaston Srino the expected move did not happen as
Manqoba Mngqithi the co-coach of Mamelodi Sundowns released some concerning news about one of his star player's Gaston Sirino,as he revealed that the Uruguayan international player will not ne featured in Mamelodi Sundowns's clash against the Egyptian giants Al Ahly, Srino's absence is a result of him having sustained an injury.
In the recently closed transfer window, there has been a transfer battle between Al Ahly and Mamelodi Sundowns for Gaston Srino and the most lucrative transfer has not materialised since Mamelodi Sundowns has not agreed into terms with the Egyptian based team.Pitso Mosimane was also suspected to be responsible in targeting Srino but the former Mamelodi Sundowns mentor denied those claims and highlighted the fact that Srino Srino has always been wanted by Ahly even when he was still a Sundowns head coach. Even
It appears as if like the saga between the Mamelodi Sundowns star player, Gaston Srino and north Africa has not yet come to an end as in yet, it's almost the third season now where there are reports that Egyptian based teams are in demand of having Gaston Srino's services.
The Gaston Srino adventure has been in games distributions features for at some point now as it has been normally realized that the Uruguayan global player has been the most needed man by the Egyptian monsters. At last there has been a light that has been purchased by one of Mamelodi Sundown's authorities, Yogesh Singh as he has uncovered that the two groups disagreed in wording over Gaston Srino's exchange. The issue of Srino has additionally placed Pitso Mosimane at the center of attention after that he
The saga between Gaston Srino and his club, Mamelodi Sundowns continues once again, this comes as the Uruguayan international player has previously expressed his desire to leave the club as he wanted to move to the Egyptian giants, Al Ahly. The news about Srino being a wanted man by the Champions League defending champions became more rife when his former mentor, Pitso Mosimane moved to the Egyptian giants to become the head coach there.
When it comes to Bafana Bafana selection, coach Molefi Ntseki has never hid his intentions about the type of players he wants as he openly admitted that he prefers to play with the South African players who play their trade in SA and those who have at least experienced the football culture of South Africa. Regardless of the coaches intentions Bafana Bafana continues to become an average national football team on international level. There were international players who are based in SA who have previously shown
The speculations surrounding the movement of Mamelodi Sundowns player, Gaston Srino have been leading the news headlines in so many news publications prior before the closing of the recently closed transfer news. There has been different views whether or not the player will be leaving the Premier Soccer League champions for the Egyptian Premier League champions. On the previous transfer window the move of Gaston Srino did not materialise, most news publications confirmed that there had been no agreements between
The African football universe is slowly gaining momentum, and two football leagues in the African continent that seem to have gained a lot of attention lately, it's the Premier Soccer League in South Africa, and the Egyptian Premier League.In these two football leagues, two of their best teams, and who both happen to be the defending champions in their respective leagues, with Mamelodi Sundowns being the defending Premier Soccer League champions, and Al Ahly being the defending champions in Egypt.
Mamelodi Sundowns is known to have a pool of players that are enough to fit three Premier Soccer League teams. The number of players they have in their team have worked in their favor as Masandawana has been the most successful team in the Premier Soccer League for the past 10 years now, and under their former head coach, Pitso Mosimane, and they have made history once more as they have successfully won the Premier Soccer League four times in a row and never in South African history has something like this ever happened.
The Gaston Srino saga has been in sports publications headlines for quite sometime now as it has been commonly known that the Uruguayan international player has been the most wanted man by the Egyptian giants. Finally there has been a light that has been bought by one of Mamelodi Sundown's officials, Yogesh Singh as he has revealed that the two teams did not agree in terms over Gaston Srino's transfer. The issue of Srino has also put Pitso Mosimane in the spotlight after that he was accused of having a hand
There has been consistent speculations since Pitso Mosimane has left Mamelodi Sundowns for Al Ahly that Gaston Srino will also be joining him in Egypt. The South African international coach, Pitso Mosimane has confirmed on Thursday morning that the Uruguayan international player Gaston Srino wants to join him at the Egyptian based outfit. Pitso Mosimane spilled the beans as he was in communications with the South African Football Journalists Association (SAFJA) that Srino's wishes have nothing to do with him.
The issue of Gaston Srino, Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly seems to be one issue that does not want to cease from the sports publications headlines. It is now no longer a secret that Al Ahly has always had an interest in signing Gaston Srino, and a couple of days ago the African football lovers have learnt that Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly's representatives did not come into agreeing terms about the transfer of the Uruguayan international player. On Monday afternoon the Premier Soccer League Champions, Mamelodi
Earlier on Thursday, the Al Ahly head coach and former Mamelodi Sundowns coach Mr Pitso Mosimane had an online press conference with the South African Football Journalists Association (SAFJA). Most of what was discussed on the press meeting was in relation between Gaston Srino and the two championship clubs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly. Pitso Mosimane has confirmed that Srino wants to join him in the Egyptian Premier League Based with Al Ahly. There has been numerous rumours in relation between Srino and Al
The much anticipated transfer rumour of Gaston Srino being linked with a move to the team of the century has been going on for quite some time now, and as far as things are concerned there are not yet any official conclusions and statements in relation to the players move. If Al Ahly is serious about Srino they will need to swiftly convince Mamelodi Sundowns quickly because there is only two days left before the Egyptian Premier League transfer window to be closed. Soccer Laduma has reported that Moira Tlhagale