Joseph Malongoane is a well-known South african football player, he is currently playing for the Limpopo based side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club. He is also known as Mphathi wohlelo, which is his nickname. The 32-year old was born in the Limpopo side Moletjie, however, he grew up in the township of Gauteng Alexander. He then started his professional football career at Platinum stars, which was 11 years ago. After making 63 appearances for the club, he then joined the Durban based side, Amazulu
South African well-known professional football player Joseph "Mphathi wohlelo" Malongoane who play for the Limpopo based side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club as a midfielder.The former Kaizer chiefs and Orlando Pirates midfielder has been one of the most talked about midfielders in the country.
Some might know him as Mphathi wohlelo, however, his real names are Joseph Malongoane. He is one of the most skillful players in the Premier Soccer League. It was a bitter pill to swallow for the Kaizer Chiefs Football Club fans to see Malongoane leaving their club.
The grass is not greener on the other side after all. New boys Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila stole the headlines during the transfer window by adding a number of high profile signings such as former Mamelodi Sundowns marks man Oupa Manyisa and former Kaizer Chiefs star Joseph Malongoane in their squad. Many people had named them as the new cash cows of the PSL but that was just a mirage and their true colours are now showing. Manyisa has since left the club and Malongoane as refusing to sign a release contract
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
Former Kaizer Chiefs player Joseph Malongoane has spoken about the opportunity he had to play for the two Soweto giants, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs. Malongoane who was released by Amakhosi this week said although he played for Pirates, he loved Chiefs dearly. "Growing up, I played for Pirates development, but when I got home, I was a Chiefs fan, ha, ha, ha. For me, it was a dream come true to play professional football and to find myself playing for both Pirates and Chiefs, in my short career, has been
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The South African football world was caught up in a frenzy last night as new PSL club (from next season), TTM announced that they had captured the signatures of Oupa Manyisa and Jospeh Malongoane. The announcement came at midnight and it signals the intent of TTM to be taken seriously as a club. Both Oupa Manyisa and Joseph Malongoane were officially unveiled on TTM's twitter and Instagram accounts as having signed two year contracts each. While signing Manyisa and Malongoane for TTM may suggest a wonderful
Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Joseph Malongoane is reportedly in demand following his release by Amakhosi last week. According to Malongoane’s manager, Paul Moraka despite that Chiefs havent officially informed them about his release, there are already three clubs that are interested in him. Without revealing the names of the clubs, Moraka said Malongoane was already in demand and will find a club soon. “I will make sure he finds employment again. For now, we have to firt finalise everything with Chiefs,”
I didn't get to say anything to Kaizer Chiefs about my departure - Malongoane The 32-year-antique left the Glamour Boys with best 48 appearances to his call throughout his four-yr live Former Kaizer Chiefs application participant Joseph Malongoane said he best located out that he's going to now not be finishing the contemporary season at Naturena 24 hours before the club made the statement. Malongoane's contract expired on June 30 and even as Amakhosi had a threat to offer him a two-month extension they determined
(Source: sooccerladuma.co.za) It has been reported that both Oupa Manyisa and Joseph Malongoane have been released by the rookies of the DStv Premiership Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC without playing even a single match for the club. TTM announced earlier this year around July that they've signed Manyisa and Malongoane. However, it seems like their time within the Limpopo-based side has been short-lived. TTM did the announcement on their official Twitter account (@TTM_Original) that they've parted ways with
Joseph Malongoane was way better than other players at Kaizer Chiefs but after the injury he sustained from Makhawulas tackle things changed for worse as Ersnst Middendorp ignored the player in his team selection The middle fielder whom Kaizer Chiefs fans waited patiently to see him back in action was robbed of yet another chance to contribute to the teams success and finally sold to TTM who are currently involved in the play promotional play offs Malongoane was not in Ernst Middendorps plan but he could do
Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Joseph Malongoane says he was told he will not finish the current season with the team 24 hours before the club made the announcement on Twitter. Kaizer Chiefs released Malongoane along with Kabelo Mahlasela who was on loan at Polokwane City and Goerge Maluleka who signed a pre-contract with Mamelodi Sundowns. Chiefs had the opportunity to give Maluleka and Malongoane Short term deals they decided against it. I got the call about my release a day before the announcement Malongoane
Image Courtesy of vodacomsoccer The 32-year-old left the Glamor Boys with just 48 games under his belt during his four year stint at Naturena The ex Kaizer Chiefs utility player Joseph Malongoane said he just discovered that he won't finish the season at Naturena 24 hours before the club made it official in the media. Malongoane's deal with Amakhosi terminated on June 30 and keeping in mind that Amakhosi got an opportunity to offer him a two-month addition, they ruled against it. Image Courtesy of kickoff
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila is about to get itself written in the history books as the most 'confused' team in South African football. They hit the headlines in September when the announced the signing of key marquee signings Oupa Manyisa and Joseph Malongoane. But in a scene typical to that of Uzalo were a person comes and disappears without trace, both Manyisa and Malongoane have officially been released without kicking a ball. TTM released a statement yesterday revealing that they had parted ways with
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Announced the signings of Oupa Manyisa And Malongoane Yesterday On Two Year Deals For Both Players. KickOff Magazine confirmed the news on their news portal and both players will be plying their trade in the PSL next season after the TTM boss purchased Bidvest Wits PSL Status recently. Both Malongoane and Manyisa fell out of favor from their respective former clubs Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns with stiff competition from both clubs with choked both players respectively it