According to Kick-off Magazine one of Mamelodi Sundowns' fringe players is not entertaining any prospect of a loan move away from Chloorkop. Right-back Khuliso Mudau is said to have made it clear to Mamelodi Sundowns technical team that he is willing to stay at the club and fight for his position.
Mamelodi Sundowns have been based on setting up their team for next season, and a piece of that is representing their 7 new signings that just appeared this trade window by pushing out specific players. Word around the corner is that Masandawana have offered three players to Moroka Swallows to be expected development for the 2021-22 season.
Mamelodi Sundowns have been focused on preparing their squad for next season, and part of that is making space for their 7 new signings that just arrived this transfer window by having to push out some players. Word around the corner is that Masandawana have offered three players to Moroka Swallows to be taken on loan for the 2021-22 season.
In the last couple of days Mamelodi Sundowns confirmed what was probably the worst kept secret in South African Football And that was the inevitable signing of the now former Maritzburg United forward Thabiso Kutumela who had a brilliant 2020/21 campaign It is not that the signing of Thabiso Kutumela was a necessity for Mamelodi Sundowns or even a luxury but it could pave the way out of the club for a player who's been unsettled for basically since the start of last season
After unveiling an impressive four new new signings, Mamelodi Sundowns have moved to secure yet another promising young talent. News coming out of Chloorkop is that the Tshwane giants have completed the signing of University of Pretoria defender and South African youth international Katleho Mohammed. The deal between Masandawana and Mohamme had been in the making for a while, with the 23-year-old having been linked for Sundowns for a considerable amount of time.
Orlando Pirates legend Jerry Sikhosana claims that Mamelodi Sundowns' predominance will proceed if allies are not permitted into arenas. Masandawana effectively shielded their alliance title last season and as indicated by 'Legs of Thunder', not having allies at arenas helped them out, with the gigantic fanbase of Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
BREAKING | Bombshell: Sundowns Part Ways With Club Legend https://twitter.com/KickOffMagazine/status/1414959095904342026?s=19 Mamelodi Sundowns have been centered around setting up their crew for next season, and a piece of that is accounting for their 7 new signings that just showed up this exchange window by pushing out certain players.
Mamelodi Sundowns have been very busy in the transfer window lately, having announced the signings of a few new players not so long ago. Masandawana have recently announced their newest addition to the squad - Bafana Bafana international Thabiso Kutumela on a five year contract. The Limpopo native played a pivotal role in Maritzburg United's fight to stay up in the DSTV Premiership last season netting 12 times in 26 appearances.
Pitso Mosimane is arguably one of the most successful and celebrated coaches to have ever come out of South African football. After coaching Mamelodi Sundowns and conquering the Premier Soccer League for several years, he took the ultimate step when he led Masandawana to an unprecedented first ever CAF Champions League title for the Tshwane giants.
https://www.iol.co.za/sport/soccer/psl/sundowns-confirm-signing-of-thabiso-kutumela-from-maritzburg-united-88e982b0-2602-4ccb-acf8-10a525fd49c1 DURBAN – Mamelodi Sundowns affirmed the marking of assailant Thabiso Kutumela on Friday evening. The 28-year-old joins Masandawana on a five-year-contract from Maritzburg United. Kutumela was the star for Maritzburg United last season as he helped the Team of Choice stay away from assignment last season in the wake of scoring 12 objectives in the DSTV Premiership.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rhulani Mokwena has shed details on the club's medical assessments amid the Covid-19 pandemic and Christian Eriksen's recent heart attack. The majority of Sundowns' squad reported for pre-season training on Monday and Tuesday last week where the players were made to undergo rigorous medical testing to assess their respective conditions ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.
PRETORIA: Reigning DStv Premiership Champions have added yet another star player in their already star - studded squad. This comes after the Brazilians announced the signing of Thabiso Kutumela on Friday afternoon. The 28 - year - old joins Masandawana on a deal that runs for the next five seasons.
Mamelodi Sundowns have announced the signing of Bafana Bafana international Thabiso Kutumela. The small striker has joined the reigning PSL champions after three seasons at Maritzburg United, where he produced some of his best performances. Prior to the 2021/22 season, Sundowns announced that the former Orlando Pirates striker has signed a five-year contract with the club:
(Source: citizen.co.za) The Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane has spoken about the difference between being a manager in South Africa and also, Egypt. As he feels that the way things are done when it football is too different. Hence he wanted to try something new, that's why he left Sundowns to go and coach Ahly.
Mamelodi Sundowns have finished the signing of Sifiso Ngobeni from Bloemfontein Celtic. "Mamelodi Sundowns are overjoyed to welcome left-lower back Sifiso Ngobeni from Bloemfontein Celtic. The Mamelodi-born defender returns to his place of birth to symbolize The Brazilians following the signing of a 5-yr deal," Sundowns membership declaration read.
Most of Sundowns' crew detailed for pre-season preparing on Monday and Tuesday last week where the players were made to go through thorough clinical testing to survey their particular conditions in front of the 2021/22 mission. Mokwena clarified that this present season's evaluations were more far reaching because of the dangers related with the continuous Covid-19 pandemic and late advancements encompassing Denmark star Eriksen, who experienced a heart failure on the pitch during the 2020 UEFA European Championship.
In the wake of disclosing a great four new signings, Mamelodi Sundowns have moved to get one more encouraging youthful ability. News emerging from Chloorkop is that the Tshwane monsters have finished the marking of University of Pretoria safeguard and South African youth worldwide Katleho Mohammed. The arrangement among Masandawana and Mohamme had been really taking shape for some time, with the 23-year-old having been connected for Sundowns for a lot of time.
Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed the signing of four new players, one of them a striker from Europe. As has been reported previously by the Siya crew, Pavol Šafranko, Divine Lunga, Neo Maema and Grant Kekana have been unveiled by the Brazilians. “Slovakian National team striker Pavol Šafranko joins Masandawana from Romanian Liga I outfit Sepsi OSK SF.
Phakaaathi has now been persuaded that Masandawana are keen on the 28-year-old yet Stellies are not able to relinquish him economically. Junior Mendieta of Stellenbosch FC is said to have drawn in interest from Mamelodi Sundowns. Mamelodi Sundowns co-lead trainer Rulani Mokwena is perceived to have consistently been an admirer of Stellenbosch FC's Junior Mendieta and could draw the Argentine aggressor to Chloorkop as Sundowns proceed with their enrollment trail.
Sad News: See As Mamlodi Sundowns Part Ways With Club Legend Mamelodi Sundowns were focused on preparing their staff for the upcoming season and part of it makes room for their seven new signatures, which had recently reached this transfer window by pushing out certain players. It's written around the corner that Masandawana has given Moroka Swallows three players to borrow for the 2021-22 season.