JDR Stars Claimed Top Spot After Stunning Performance Date: Sunday, 28 November JDR Stars has taken its place in the top spot again in the GladAfrica Championship after they delivered a stunning performance against Cape Town Spurs away from home. JDR Stars was in the top spot, but after Richards Bay FC trashed Platinum City Rovers with a high 5-2 scoreline, Richards Bay FC claimed the top spot in the GladAfrica Championship, but after JDR Stars picked up one point from their away fixture to Cape Town Spurs, they made it back to the top spot.
Date: Saturday, November 06 Mamelodi Sundowns prodigy Malebogo Modise who is on loan to JDR Stars in the GladAfrica Championship for the 2021/22 season, scored his 4th goal for the club when Stars won 1-0 against Hungry Lions FC in their latest home fixture. Mamelodi Sundowns player Malebogo Modise are currently making the best of his loan spell in the GladAfrica Championship with JDR Stars, as he scored his 4th goal for his loan club in his 10th match played to date.
JDR Stars picked up their third win for the 2021/22 season in the GladAfrica Championship as they reckoned with Pretoria Callies 2-1 away from home. Mamelodi Sundowns loanee Malebogo Modise scored an incredible goal for JDR Stars as his goal got Stars back on level terms with Callies. JDR Stars played their latest fixture in the GladAfrica Championship, as they faced off against Pretoria Callies away from home.
Mamelodi Sundowns loanee Malebogo Modise scored for JDR Stars in their latest 2-0 win against Ts Sporting FC at home. Malebogo Modise has now scored his second goal for the club in only his 4th match played to date. Modise is at JDR Stars on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns as his loan spell with the GladAfrica Championship side ends in June 2022.
Mamelodi Sundowns confirms two loan exits. The Brazilians are continuing to trim down their squad size. The club have confirmed that two of their players will be sent out on loan. The Brazilians confirmed on their Twitter account that Malebogo Modise and Nicholus Lukhubeni will spend the upcoming season on loan. The Brazilian are expected to release more players to make space for the new signings. The club have made a couple of signings during the current window transfer. They have also released a couple of
Confirmed: Sundowns stars that are either on loan or left the club permanently this season. (photos)
(Source: kickoff.com) Mamelodi Sundowns have been busy in the transfer market as they've signed 13 new players. This was an addition to the star-studded squad that they already have which was responsible for winning the domestic treble last season. The transfer window is still open until the 30th of November, probably Sundowns still have plans of adding more players on their squad in the new campaign. As the Brazilians sign more players, the team has to then release certain players permanently or on loan to
Image Courtesy of thecitizen The fate of Anthony Laffor at Mamelodi Sundowns stays questionable and much more so following the signing of Lesedi Kapinga. The reigning PSL champions have reported a couple of signings this month including Kapinga, George Maluleka and Malebogo Modise, who has been promoted from the club's development structures. Image Courtesy of soccerladuma The Brazilians are additionally expected to reveal other new signings next season including Ricardo Goss, Gift Motupa, Grant Margerman,
Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns have quickly loaned their two players to JDR Stars. On the day of the PSL's transfer deadline, Malebogo Modise of Mamelodi Sundowns and Azola Tshobeni of Orlando Pirates joined JDR Stars. The National First Division club has signed the two promising teenagers on a loan agreement that will last until the end of the current season.
Mamelodi Sundowns had a busy July despite football being suspended in the country due to the novel Covid-19 virus. It almost 5 months since the Pretoria based outfit stepped onto the field in an official match, however despite the lack of competitive matches, the Brazilians have been hard at work. A number of changes have been made at the club with some players leaving while two new arrivals have been confirmed. Former Orlando Pirates captain Oupa Manyisa’s stay at the club has come to an end after his
Mamelodi Sundowns has confirmed on their twitter page that it has sent two of its defenders out for loan, Malebogo Modise has been loaned out to Maritzburg United and then Nicholus Lukhubeni has been loaned to TTM for the 2020/21 DSTV Premiership season. Mamelodi Sundowns has signed a number of new players to their squad ahead of the new season, this has led to the club management to decide to loan out a few of their players. Mamelodi Sundowns has wished both their players the best of luck as they have been
Mamelodi Sundowns tactician Pitso Mosimane is over the moon to be joined by their not so new signing Malebogo Modise. The talented young defender has been promoted to the first team some time during the course of the week after coming through the Brazilians youth set-up system. "Bale" as he is otherwise known, has been part of the Mamelodi Sundowns youth academy for six years. The 21-year-old has been propelled to the first team and subsequently tied down with a long-term term five year contract. Mosimane has
Sundowns New Signings Who is Mosimane and Sundowns after? Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has already made three major signings ahead of next season as part of refreshing the squad. George Maluleka, Lesedi Kapinga and Malebogo Modise to increase competition among the current players who have been with the club for quite some time. But the club isn't done yet and Goal takes a look at several players, who are in their mid-20s, who Sundowns and Mosimane are after. Sundowns have already made their move for
Recently, Kaizer Chiefs were reported to be interested in the services of Keletso Makgalwa. No offer has been tabled. Some players are expected to arrive in Chloorkop, so it will be good for him to get some game time somewhere else next season. Keletso Makgalwa is reportedly to be not in the plans for Mamelodi Sundowns next season, so he will be shipped out on loan.
Mamelodi Sundowns promoted Malebogo Modise also known as Bale because of his educated left-foot and pace as compared to that of Real Madrid star Gareth Bale. The young man was born on the 6th of February 1999 in Mahikeng capital city of the North West province. He is signed straight from the Mamelodi Sundowns youth structures where he played for the past 6 years gaining recognition in the process from the South African junior technical team resulting in his services rendered to the under-17 and under-20 level
Bongokuhle Hlongwane dropped to the seat on Maritzburg with Malebogo Modise given his first beginning, as Baroka had previous Orlando Pirates man Augustine Mahlonoko on the seat. The main sight to the advancement went to the guests six minutes following the beginning with Thabiso Kutumela controlling a strung ball from Judas Moseamedi barely wide. Baroka required only four minutes however to snatch the front-foot when Richard Mbulu rushed into the zone to tap past Maritzburg goalkeeper Bongani Mpandle.
Mamelodi have atleast 50 players at their disposal and that amount of players is not easy to train even with 3 coaches, Sundowns could possibly have 3 players fighting for the same position in one team now that is a whole lot of competition. Sundowns will atleast have to trim the team from fifty to twenty five players atleast half of their squad, Some players have already been let go and some have been placed on loan, players like Ali Meza and Lucky Mohomi have permanently left and Aubrey Ngoma, Malebogo Modise
Mamelodi Sundowns are expected to continue releasing players in the coming weeks, in order to trimm down the current squad. Some players have already left Sundowns which include Ali Meza, Oupa Manyisa, Aubrey Ngoma, Sammy Seabi, Nicholas Lukhubeni who is on loan at TTM and Malebogo Modise is sent on loan at Maritzburg United. The Pretoria team has bought some big-name players to club in preparation for the 2020/21 season Lesedi Kapinga, Hashim Domingo, Jody February, Grant Margeman, Gift Motupa, Peter Shalulile,
Night falls affirm two advance arrangements Mamelodi Sundowns have affirmed that full back Malebogo Modise and Nicholus Lukhubeni will spend the 2020 / 21 sea son out borrowed. Lukhubeni was at that point affirmed by his new club at Tshakhuma FC's huge uncover on Thursday evening yet the 21-year-old Modise, who marked a five year contract recently, has now like wise made sure about a transitory switch. Bafana safe guard Aubrey Modiba's appearance added to the presence of Lyle Lakay and veteran protector
Mamelodi Sundowns Mentor Pitso Mosimane believes the new signee would fit well in the plying style of the Brazilians as he is a versatile player. Bale as he is popularly known amongst his peers is the latest young talent that signed a five-year deal with the Chloorkop based outfit. He is a product of the development academy. Malebogo "Bale" Modise of Sundowns Image courtesy of Kickoff Bale whose real name is Malebogo Modise signed a five-year deal with the brazilians just after another young talent in Lesedi
Mamelodi Sundowns have affirmed that Malebogo Modise and Nicholus Lukhubeni have both left the club borrowed for the 2020/2021 season. The Brazilians made various signings toward the beginning of the window and have been hoping to manage their crew lately. Following the arrival of various players, the club reported on Saturday that adolescents Modise and Lukhubeni have left the club borrowed. Modise will spend the season at DSTV Premiership outfit Maritzburg United while Lukhubeni has been credited to