Al Ahly Fans didn't waste time in welcoming Pitso Mosimane at the club. The African club of the century faithfuls, took to the club Twitter account to welcome the former Mamelodi Sundowns mentor. Some fans were quick to remind Mosimane that they want to see their club win their 9th CAF Champions league trophy. Al Ahly are by far the most successful club in Africa. Mosimane penned a two years contract with the "Red Devil's" after resigning from Mamelodi Sundowns on Wednesday afternoon. Mosimane is the most successful
Zambian International striker Justin Shonga, is likely to be sent on Loan next season, as it is alleged that he is not part of Josef Zinnbauer's plans. According to Soccer Laduma sources, Limpopo based side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, are interested in adding the Zambian International in their books before the start of the season. Shonga has been struggling to break into the Orlando Pirates starting line up, since Gabadinho Mhango was given a chance to lead the Pirates strike force last season. Since the departure
Legendary former Orlando Pirates midfielder Teboho Moloi, says his former club must do their level best to save the career of star player Thembinkosi Lorch who has been making the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Reigning Premier League Footballer of the season Lorch has seen his form drop drastically. Lorch was the heartbeat of Orlando Pirates title chasing side under Serbian Milutin Sredojvic. The skillful midfielder was rewarded with two awards at the end of the season for his outstanding performances.
European coaches often take time to adapt and settle in the ABSA Premier League. But not Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer, the German arrived mid way through the season to replace Rhulani Mokwena in November. Pirates were a shadow of their former self after they were surprisingly dumped by Milutin Sredojvic, just after playing a single PSL match against Supersport United which they lost 3-0. Irvin Khoza took a risk that later backfired, he appointed Rhulani Mokwena as Micho's replacement on interim basis.
Former Orlando Pirates highly rated teenage sensation Augustine Mahlonoko, says he was not given enough support by the senior players at the club during the two years that he spent with the senior team. Mahlonoko was promoted from the Orlando Pirates development in 2018,he made his professional debut for Bucs' against Highlands Park at Orlando Stadium in a 1-1 draw, becoming the youngest player to play for Pirates at the tender age of sixteen. The Sebokeng born midfielder is now a free agent after his contract
Former Orlando Pirates striker Andries "Local is Lekker" Sebola says Mamelodi Sundowns assistant coach Rhulani Mokwena is overrated, according to the former Bucs hitman Mokwena doesn't deserve all the praises showered to him. Mokwena rejoined Sundowns in June after spending over 2 years as Milutin Sredojvic at Orlando Pirates, earlier this season Mokwena was given an opportunity to coach Orlando Pirates after Micho surprisingly resigned to join Egyptian side Zamalek. According to Andries Sebola speaking to kickoff,
Mamelodi Sundowns assistant coach Rhulani Mokwena, has described the 3 years period he spent at Orlando Pirates with Serbian born former Bucs coach Milutin Sredojvic as a learning curve. Rhulani was coach Micho's right hand man for over two seasons after joining the club from Mamelodi Sundowns,at the time the young Mokwena said going to Pirates was more than a football decision. This, he said at the time was because his family including his father and grandfather, had strong family ties with the club,his uncle
The dust has settled,and one of the most highly rated young coaches in South African football has rejoined his former employee Mamelodi Sundowns, where he will once again team up with the decorated Pitso "The Only One" Mosimane on the bench. Rhulani left Sundowns for Pirates where he acted as Serbian born Milutin Sredojvic 's right hand man,at the time he said "it was only right that he fulfill a childhood dream and join a club that both his father and uncle have legendary status". When he crossed the floor
Former Orlando Pirates striker Augustine Mulenga, says he was manipulated by the club coach Josef Zinnbauer at Orlando Pirates. During an interview on SABC Radio station SAfm with Sportscaster Thabiso Mosia on Thursday evening, the Zambian international says he was never given a fair chance to showcase his talent at Pirates. Orlando Pirates released 8 players including Augustine Mulenga earlier this week. The Zambian has now confirmed that he asked the club to let him go, because his chances of breaking into
After the surprise resignation of coach Pitso Mosimane on Wednesday afternoon. Mamelodi Sundowns says the club is now embarking on a new journey to prepare for the future. The relationship between Pitso Mosimane and Mamelodi Sundowns came to an end on the last day of September. Mosimane has since joined Egyptian Giants Al Ahly on a two years deal. In a statement posted on the club social media platforms, the club quoted Dr Patrice Motsipe who said the club has trained and developed local coaches over the years,
Former Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojvic says he has no right to tell Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer who to play in his team,Micho was clarifying comments attributed to him earlier today. According to widespread reports in different social media platforms,the Zambia international coach said Orlando Pirates mistreat their foreign players since his departure at the Soweto based club. Micho has now set the record straight, speaking to kickoff the Serbian says it is not his department to comment on
Zambian International and newly signed Amazulu Striker Augustine Mulenga says the writing was on the wall for him at Pirates, when the coach will substitute a Striker with a defender, even when the team was trailing. Mulenga who was unveiled by TTM last week in Polokwane, has now joined KZN side Amazulu. During an interview with Soccer Laduma on Wednesday, the former Orlando Pirates striker says he approached the club management and asked to be released. The Zambian says it became clear to him that he is not