Brilliant boot is so unique to the players , it brag their pride before objectives. This year it will be extremely hard one to foresee. How Peter Shalulile is been scoring objectives one would foresee that he was the first in the spot with bunches of objectives, however that is not true however there is another objective scoring machine here.
Judas the man that grew up supporting Orlando Pirates always make sure that he punish Kaizer Chiefs whenever they meet. Is he going to continue where he left off?. Source: Opinion It a sad feeling for Kaizer Chiefs Supporters already knowing that ,Judas Moseamedi the man that uses Kaizer Chiefs team as his hunting place will be available for selection against them.
So at this rate, by the end of the season Shalulile would have scored 30 goals? I wish he doesn't get injured by one of Hlatswayo, Katsande or Mathoho's tackles. Peter Shalulile (Mamelodi Sundowns) 8 Victor Letsoalo (Royal AM) 6 Keagan Dolly (Kaizer Chiefs) 5
In a match in which more than just three points are at stake, and where pride and bragging rights come to the fore, new Stellenbosch FC signing Judas Moseamedi rose to the occasion to down his former team, Cape Town City, in the recent Cape Derby.
It is not everyday where you find people who have no relation looking alike. Here are few of those personal who looks alike but have no relation at all: George Lebese and Mlungisi Mathe/Ncube. Lebese is a South African footballer player who played for Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club while Mlungisi is a Sangoma who is famously known for his role on Skeem Saam as Emkay,the two looks-alike.
Stellenbosch FC lastly played a goalless draw 0-0 against Golden Arrows. After a dismal finish to their 2020-21 DStv Premiership season in their final two games, Stellenbosch came close to making the playoffs. In the 2017 PSL season, however, the Winelands club is a whole different animal, and they have emerged as the title race's surprise gift.
After six games played so far this season in the DStv premiership so many beautiful goals have been scored which makes it an exciting season to look out for. We look at the top goalscorers so far this season. The league is currently on international break and will return next week.
The Dstv Premiership 2021/2022 season kicked off with high tense fixture as some teams sneaked maximum points some were wounded twice in a week while some settled for share of spoils. Past weekend saw new signings raising the bar high as they made debuts in their teams and got get in the scoresheet.
From last season already, you could see glimpses of Bongokuhle Hlongwane’s goal-scoring instinct as he gave defenders a horrid time, together with partner-in-crime Thabiso Kutumela. With the latter having left Maritzburg United, and Judas Moseamedi following suit, the spotlight has fallen firmly on the Pietermaritzburg-born lad to lead the line for coach Ernst Middendorp’s side.
Brandon Truter's return to the dugout did not have the desired effect as Swallows extended their winless run to six matches after a 1-1 draw with Stellenbosch. DStv Premiership Date: 17 October 2021 Result: Swallows 1-1 Stellenbosch FC Venue: Dobsonville Stadium Both teams started well on a low tempo with passing the ball around without threatening the goalkeepers in any significant way.
A former Stellenbosch FC player has opened up about his disappointing, about the way he left the Cape Town team. After spending the past three years with Stellenbosch FC, winger Leletu Skelem official joined Maritzburg United in a swap deal. Which saw Judas Moseamedi move the other way.
It was interesting first round of games in the new DStv Premiership League season. New signings did not fold their hands and say they have not settled, they used the opportunity given to show why they got signed by their respective clubs. They have marked their starts at new clubs with goals mostly.
Orlando Pirates collaborator mentor Fadlu Davids hailed the side's person after they asserted a 2-2 draw with Stellenbosch notwithstanding going a man down. Waseem Isaacs gave Stellies the lead with under three minutes gone on the clock before Deon Hotto leveled in the eighteenth moment. Ntsikelelo Nyauza was then red-checked in the 41st moment for elbowing Ashley du Preez.
With the 2021/22 DStv Premiership season well underway going into round 7, there are already candidates who have emerged to be possible winners of the Golden boot. Here are some of the players who are already stepping up: Victor Letsoalo Obviously this is the man everyone is talking about at the moment.
In a in shape wherein greater than simply 3 factors are at stake, and in which satisfaction and bragging rights come to the fore, new Stellenbosch FC signing Judas Moseamedi rose to the event to down his former crew, Cape Town City, withinside the latest Cape Derby.
In the wake of having burning through two and half seasons at Maritzburg United "Group of Choice" striker Judas Moseamedi has joined another Premier Soccer League club. Subsequent to having burning through two and half seasons at Maritzburg United "Group of Choice" striker Judas Moseamedi has joined another Premier Soccer League club.
Every weekend of football action never seems to disappoint and whenever it takes place, some individual performances are seen, but teams never mind as they are concerned about getting the three points only. These were the players who had a great weekend with their teams: Victor Letsoalo
The opening weekend of the new 2021/22 DStv Premiership saw some of the new signings from different clubs make their way into the pitch, others putting in good performances while others did not do much to impress. Here are some of the players & coaches who stood out when they made their debuts for their new teams.
After three seasons with Stellenbosch FC, Leletu Skelem has left the Mother City outfit to join Maritzburg United, where he is hoping to take his career to the next level under the club’s head coach, Ernst Middendorp. The winger is, however, is reportedly not too pleased that he was part of the swap deal with Judas Moseamedi, who made the switch to Stellies.
Waseem Isaacs gave Stellies the lead with under three minutes gone on the clock before Deon Hotto adjusted in the eighteenth moment. Ntsikelelo Nyauza was then red-checked in the 41st moment for elbowing Ashley du Preez. This prompted Pirates rebuilding at the break and they showed battle to start to lead the pack in the 49th moment, just neglecting the three focuses with Judas Moseamedi's 55th-minute equalizer.