Pundits within the PSL industry would have noted that one of Supersport United's key players was absent from their match on the weekend, wondering what could have led to that. Matsatsantsa were playing a tough game against Moroka Swallows at the Dobsonville Stadium, with their key midfielder Sipho Mbule being absent from the game that was surely one of the most important games in the league fixture for the 2021/22 DStv Premiership season.
With the PSL transfer window set to close on Tuesday night, SuperSport United midfielder Sipho Mbule continues to be linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs. Mbule, together with his SuperSport team-mate and central midfield partner Teboho Mokoena, has been linked with a move to Amakhosi for the better part of a year now.
Kaizer Chiefs looking to add more stars to their Roster. Date: 2021/11/10 The Amakhosi team is looking to add Sipho Mbule to their collection of players as they believe he is the one to lead the brand new improved Kaizer Chiefs Middle field, which is really having a hard time surviving the political storm which is just hurting them each and every day when they try to emphasize that they could be in a different wavelength, as they try to sign new players in this current climate.
(Source: soccerladuma.co.za) The former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye has had a look at the Soweto giants' singings that were meant to make massive changes in how the club plays. They were supposed to offer their talents, game understanding, and winning mentality to Chiefs.
Supersport United has moved to the top three in the Premiere Soccer League log Table. The Tshwane based side managed to slide into the top three after claiming a victory against the relegation threatened TS Galaxy on Friday evening. The game started slow as both sides did not pose any dangers in the first half.
Supersport United head coach Kaitano Tembo admits it was a mistake to hand a start to midfielder Sipho Mbule against Mamelodi Sundowns. SuperSport came back from a two-goal half-time deficit to snatch a crucial point against an undefeated Sundowns side in a DStv Premiership clash in the Tshwane derby at Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
The Truth About the Mistake That Rhulani Mokwena Made Against Supersport Date: 2021/11/25 The truth is simple and easy Rhulani could have played Rushine and Thabiso Kutumela and they could have easily won the game that everyone thought was supposed to anyway, it seemed like it was a setup to lose, the proof is in the pudding.
With the PSL move window set to close on Tuesday night, SuperSport United midfielder Sipho Mbule keeps on being connected with a transition to Kaizer Chiefs. Mbule, along with his SuperSport colleague and focal midfield accomplice Teboho Mokoena, has been connected with a transition to Amakhosi for pretty much a year now.
At last Kaizer Bosses Won a Mark of a risky Striker SuperSport Joined midfielder Sipho Mbule has been connected with a transition to Kaizer Bosses as the PSL move window closes on Tuesday night. For pretty much a year, Mbule and his SuperSport colleague and focal midfield accomplice Teboho Mokoena have been connected with a transition to Amakhosi.
Sipho Mbule's future with Kaizer Chiefs is as yet open to question, and it is obscure whether the club and SuperSport United will agree on his exchange. Sipho Mbule's administrations are required promptly therefore, to build up our midfield. The way that we set an excessive amount of confidence on our young players would cost us when we wanted them the most due to their absence of involvement and inconsistency at crucial points in time.
With the exchange window currently shut, Sipho Mbule became perhaps the most discussed name online with many anticipating that he should take a major action. Look at it! To see pictures of Mbule, look through the display above What's the story? True to form, the 'Huge Three' of Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns were caught up with during the exchange window that as of late passed.
Being in one of the most unpredictable situations, where Supersport United find themselves in a period where they will have to trust all the players at their disposal, that being the experienced ones as well as the upcoming youngsters. Matsatsantsa are facing difficulties in their finances, mainly due to the Covid 19 pandemic where clubs have not been making their usual income as other seasons where things are Normal.
(Source: kickoff.com) Mamelodi Sundowns will go to the end of negotiations whenever they’re trying to get the services of the desired player. What makes it difficult is that Sundowns have way deeper pockets than their DStv Premiership arch-rivals and they mostly get the first nod.
Kaizer Chiefs completed their ‘signings business’ after serving their FIFA imposed transfer ban by bringing in nine players to reinforce positions that they felt they needed fresh start. The domestic transfer window is closing on Tuesday, 31 August 2021 at 12 midnight, and a number of deals could still be concluded before then.Kaizer Chiefs may have done their business early in the transfer window but Mbule’s name continues to be bandied about.
SuperSport United were conspicuous about the absence of Sipho Mbule as their side ram riot over Swallows in their DStv Premier Soccer League encounter. Even thought Matsatsantsa convincingly won their tie 3-0, it was Mbule's absence that stole te show. Mbule has been in fine form for the men from Pretoria and he is one of the star players in Kaitano Tembo's team.
(Source: soccerladuma.co.za) It’s always good seeing a player that’s on top of his game doing what he knows best on the pitch. You cannot enjoy seeing a player that’s at the peak of his football career being on the sidelines.
Junior Khanye, a former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, has taken a look at the Soweto giants' singings, which were supposed to revolutionize the way they play. They were meant to bring their skills, knowledge of the game, and winning mentality to the Chiefs. Unfortunately, Khanye is dissatisfied with some of the players brought in by Amakhosi for the 2021/22 season.
When the transfer window ended and the Sipho Mbule transfer saga finally came to an end it was generally thought that there would be some kind of peace from now until at least the january transfer window But then again when it comes to transfer news and the transfer window that kind of situation never really sleeps as deals can still be done and negotiated even while the transfer window is closed
It seems Supersport United will always have to deal with the huge interest in one of their current key players for a long time to come, with reports that Mamelodi Sundowns have revived their interest in the player. Matsatsantsa midfielder Sipho Mbule spent the whole of the last transfer window reading about himself, being linked with big moves to Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs who were very keen on acquiring his services.
The exchange window isn't shut at this point and we can in any case see some of enormous name players move to the opposite side. Kaizer Chiefs are as yet hoping to carry a portion of their objectives to Naturena and Stuart Baxter has told journalists that they are not done at this point on the lookout.