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Following a long while filled with uncertainty searching for a new home in the PSL, the soccer Fraternity will be glad to know that one of the most famous South African Footballers is back in the game. Former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Oupa Manyisa has found a new team in the GladAfrica Championship, that being Platinum City Rovers who are showing clear signs of ambition to get promoted to the top flight.
South Africa was left searching for clues after the renowned Daily Sun reported that former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns maestro Oupa Manyisa had suddenly gone missing. This revelation came after tenants in his Roodeport house are struggling to get hold of him and that he has been missing for some time.
Former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns star player Oupa Manyisa has enraged and upset the Wright family in Roodeport. Strangers have repeatedly harassed the family of eight, claiming to have been dispatched by Manyisa, also known as Ace, and seeking rental money. Manyisa's property was rented by the family in 2014, and they haven't seen him since he handed them the keys.
As we're speakme proper now, Oupa Ace Manyisa is being closely connected with a crew outside of the Premier Soccer League division, ever because Manyisa left Orlando Pirates for rivals Mamelodi Sundowns he is profession went downhill as a end result... He does not have that balance anymore he is extra of a journey man.
Former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates midfielder Oupa Manyisa has joined the GladAfrica side Platinum City Rovers. He has joined the North-West club on a one two-year contract deal and is hoping to make his debut when he faces Polokwane City in a league game. He also has an additional to extend his contract also with the benefit to stay long at the club.
Following two or three weeks of rehearsing with the group, an insider at the Club educated that Oupa Manyisa will be introduced by the Premier Soccer League side Platinum City Rovers. https://www.citizen.co.za/phakaaathi/nearby soccer/mgosi/2624377/ex-dusks and-privateers star-manyisa-to-be-revealed by-gladafrica-group/ The specialized group at preparing is supposedly dazzled with Manyisa, who showed incredible energy and commitment to being an individual from the club.
Oupa "ACE" Manyisa is a South African footballer who grew up in the small town of Mohlakeng in Randfontein. He started his football career playing for the youth team Napoli FC which is based in South Africa. His football career spans over 13 years with many accolades along the way, but where did it all go wrong?
Following a lengthy trial of efforts to get back into the game, a former Orlando Pirates fan favourite has completed his move back to the PSL, to his much relief. Oupa Manyisa is the latest Clubless start to make it back to proffesional football after sealing a deal with Platinum City Rovers who had bee assessing him for a while now.
As we're speaking right now, Oupa Ace Manyisa is being heavily linked with a team outside of the Premier Soccer League division, ever since Manyisa left Orlando Pirates for rivals Mamelodi Sundowns he's career went downhill as a result... He doesn't have that stability anymore he's more of a journey man.
The previous Bafana worldwide focused on the significance of faithfulness having gone through over 10 years at Bucs Orlando Pirates symbol Lucky Lekgwathi might have pointed an aberrant burrow at George Lebese and Oupa Manyisa as he clarified why these days players don't remain long at a solitary club.
Siya’s team was told that the former Mamelodi Sunset midfielder Opa Manisa was shocked to move to a new club after parting ways with Chippa United. Manyisa spent three months with Pepper Boys and joined them in March of this year. However, he only played 3 times in all competitions during Gqeberha, and then parted ways with the club at the end of June.
Former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates star Oupa Manyisa's career has been nothing short of drama. The ageless Manyisa finds himself out of work just when the season has only just begun. This is beginning to frustrate him and according to a report in football publication Phakaathi, the fact of having no money coming in is pushing him to joining a lower league club.
Oupa Ace Manyisa is reportedly training with new kids on the GladAfrica Championship block, Platinm City Rovers. He is not only training with the club to keep fit, but he intends to earn a permanent deal. Last season Manyisa was in the books of Gqebera based Chippa United, who released him at the conclusion of the season.
After a couple of weeks of practicing with the team, an insider at the Club informed that Oupa Manyisa will be presented by the Premier Soccer League side Platinum City Rovers. https://www.citizen.co.za/phakaaathi/local-soccer/mgosi/2624377/ex-sundowns-and-pirates-star-manyisa-to-be-unveiled-by-gladafrica-team/ The technical team at training is allegedly impressed with Manyisa, who showed great passion and dedication to being a member of the club.
Platinum City Rovers of the GladAfrica Championship have expressed their delight at the addition of Oupa Manyisa, describing the role he will play in the team. After playing for Chippa United at the close of last season, the former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder has signed a one-year contract with the second-tier club.
Following an extended while filled with uncertainty attempting to find a brand new home within the PSL, the football Fraternity can be happy to understand that one of the most well-known South African Footballers is lower back in the game. Former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Oupa Manyisa has discovered a brand new crew inside the GladAfrica Championship, that being Platinum City Rovers who're displaying clear symptoms of ambition to get promoted to the top flight.
Platinum City Rovers have officially completed the signing of midfielder Oupa Manyisa, according to Kickoff.com. The former Orlando Pirates midfielder is expected to sign a two-year contract with the North West-based club, and might make his much-anticipated debut when the GladAfrica Championship begins this weekend. Manyisa is fit and ready to go, according to a source close to the club.
In March of this year, Manyisa stayed with the Chilli Boys for three months, but his tenure in Gqeberha resulted in only three appearances in all competitions before leaving with the club at the end of June. Local media reports soon revealed that the midfielder, 33, had begun training with Platinum City Rovers, an outfit for the GladAfrica Championship.