If you know Royal AM player “Mashikinya” it means you know football. Royal AM players have risen above all challenges encountered at the beginning of the season, moving the club from Bloemfontein to Durban was a massive blow for players. On the first two games Royal AM played, it was suspected that players are hardly settle into accommodation provided by the new bosses Mkhize family.
Two Kaizer Chiefs players tested positive for COVID-19 yesterday as the club had started with its club testing for the coronavirus. NewzSA reports. Kaizer Chiefs had confirmed the two players with the coronavirus within the club. The virus is still a problem to the world at large. Numbers of the confirmed cases in South Africa had just escalated above 100 000 of infected people with the virus. The nation is still worried about this virus which is a threat to both the economy and health of its citizens. On F
Quick vehicles and footballers are ostensibly inseparable from each other. Such is the adoration for showy and rapid vehicles among footballers that the tale of Bloemfontein Celtic striker Victor Letsoalo restoring his VW Golf R-Line to a vendor in 2018 is surprising to the point that it has become an account. Letsoalo, one of the instrumental figures in Celtic's ongoing resurgence, has no vehicle. The Celtic striker magnanimously returned his vehicle to the business to assist his with mothering construct
Image Courtesy of footballempires The prospects of the return of PSL have been dealt a major blow after Bloemfontein Celtics Midfielder Given Mashikinya tested positive for the Covid-19. The world is still adjusting to the new normal as the Covid-19 pandemic greatly disrupted their way of life. Sporting events where completely stopped but are gradually returning. Preliminary testing for the virus was undertaken prior to the return to training for the Absa Premier League's clubs. Image Courtesy of africanfoo
Mamelodi Sundowns Co-Coach Manqoba Mngqithi on the post match interview after the 2-0 win over Bloemfontein Celtic said , We had too many draws this season in which on my opinion some were not supposed to ,like Black Leopards game. We lost games that we were not supposed to, like Kaizer Chiefs game even today it still hurt me.Commenting about Bloemfontein Celtic game Manqoba said' We never kept position well in the first half but in the 2nd half we came back strong and we controlled the game.
By: Rorisang Matea The Absa Premiership side Bloemfontein Celtic have confirmed that midfielder Given Mashikinya has tested positive for corona virus. The 29-year-old Mashikinya becomes the second victim in top-flight football to contract the virus after Ben Motshwari. However, the Orlando Pirates man has since recovered. Siwelele has since issued an advisory to share the recent ordeal that has struck their camp. "Bloemfontein Celtic can confirm that after we conducted Covid-19 tests on Friday, 19 June 2020
Bloemfontein Celtic midfielder Given Mashikinya, says that he was suprised to see his positive test results posted on the club website and other social media platforms. Mashikinya was the second ABSA premier league player to have his test results revealed, after Orlando Pirates holding midfielder Ben Motswari,both players have since recovered and declared fit to return to the playing field. Speaking to Soccer Laduma,the former Mpumalanga Black Aces and Cape Town City player, says it was not his intention to
Another Premier Soccer League (PSL) player has tested positive for coronavirus. This follows Orlando Pirates midfielder Ben Motshwari, who has now recovered from Covid-19. Given Mashikinya, the Bloemfontein Celtic 29-year-old midfielder tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday, the 19th of June. Mashikinya showed no symptoms and will now be in isolation for 14 days. The player tested positive as Bloemfontein Celtic was preparing to return to training in the hope of resuming the 2019/2020 soccer season. PSL t
"Bloemontein Celtic can confirm that after we have conducted Covid-19 tests on Friday, 19 June 2020, one player Given Mashikinya tested positive The player was and still is asymptomatic and is currently in isolation for the next 14 days," That is how Bloemfontein Celtics confirmed that one of its senior players, Given Mashikinya is a yet another victim of Coronavirus. Mashikinya is the second Premier Soccer League player to have tested positive for Coronavirus. Orlando Pirates midfielder was the first
Bloemfontein Celtic midfielder Mashikinya exams nice for coronavirus The 29-yr-vintage becomes the second most suitable football League participant to check fine for Covid-19 Bloemfontein Celtic midfielder Given Mashikinya has been showed to have shriveled the coronavirus. Mashikinya turns into the second recognized optimum football League (PSL) player to check tremendous for Covid-19 and the third South African footballer to contract the virus. "Bloemfontein Celtic can verify that when we have conducted Co
Bloemfontein Celtic have confirmed that their midfielder Given Mashikinya has tested positive for Covid-19. He is the second player in the league to test positive after Ben Motshwari of Orlando Pirates. Motshwari has since recovered. Clubs have been conducting testing following a communication by the Premier Soccer League last week advising clubs to prepare for training ahead of plans to resume the league. Following routine tests, Mashikinya has reportedly been ordered into a 14 day quarantine. "Bloemfontei
On Monday, Bloemfontein Celtic confirmed that one of their players Given Mashikinya has tetsed positive for COVID-19 and now there (3) more players from another PSL side has tested positive for the virus. Stellenbosch FC Confirmed this morning that three (3) of their players has tested positive for COVID-19 but the good news is that all other players tested negative. The club has arranged testing for all the players and staff and provided additional education on the pandemic. "It is very unfortunate that th
While there currently is no cure for Covid-19, treatment for the virus is known to be supportive. Given Mashikinya was one of the first Absa Premier Soccer League players to have tested positive for the coronavirus. After he tested negative again, he moved straight from self quarantine to the biobubble that is currently hosting the remainder of the Absa Premier Soccer League matches. He has explanained how he managed to beat the virus. Mashikinya divulged that he did not have any symptoms when he tested.
Bloemfontein Celtic mentor John Maduka says his group depend on a reasonable midfield where the left and right-footed mix of Given Mashikinya and Lucky Baloyi give a settled‚ strong blend. In the pair of 29-year-olds - both of whom have become stalwarts for Celtic for three seasons - Maduka has an accomplished midfield mix to marshall his midfield‚ as they did in Saturday's 1-0 MTN8 semifinal‚ second leg win against SuperSport United. That outcome at Dr Petrus Molemela Stadium oversaw Phunya Sele to