Ngobeni joined Sundowns at the beginning of the season from Bloemfontein Celtic after an excellent season last year which included an impressive Bafana Bafana spell during the Cosafa Cup. The 24-year-old defender and Pule Moraisane remain the only two players at Chloorkop who are yet to make their bow in Sundowns colours this season.
(Source: soccerladuma.co.za) Mamelodi Sundowns have had a wonderful run in the DStv Premiership and even the CAF Champions League. However, one thing for sure that many players have had to face at Sundowns is playing fewer games than they want. Meanwhile, others don’t even get any chances to play even a single match.
The Chloorkop side Mamelodi Sundowns are set to loan out two of their youngsters for the upcoming January transfer window. The two stars are Sfiso Ngobeni from Bloemfontein Celtic who has a five year contract with Downs and thier Dstv Diski Challenge Promise Mkhuma who has three year left at Chlloorkop.
Sundowns star player showed some glimpse of brilliance under coach Pitso Mosimane while he was still coaching for Sundowns. The star player has since struggled for game time under the current technician team. Sundowns have signed experience players on this transfer window period. They also boost a lot of quality on the attack.
Picture Credit: SuperSport This surely wouldn't affect mamelodi sundowns. Because it has indeed many players so it wouldn't be affected to the point that there are no enough players to strengthen the team. In that case loaning out some players in thia team will not be a bad idea because still it will be a strong team that we know.
The Chloorkop side Mamelodi Sundowns are set to offload one on thief Dstv Diski Challenge graduate Promise Mkhuma to two notorious Premier Soccer League club. Mkhuma who was promoted by his former Pitso Mosimane who is now at Al Ahly, the 21-year-old has only made 22 appearances for Sundowns were mostly he came from the bench.
Sundowns to send Mkhuma on loan? In just a few months from now, Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking to send out a few players out on loan, the football fraternity understands. One of the players the defending DStv Premiership champions are set to send out on loan for more game-time is midfielder Promise Mkhuma, who has not made a lot of progress since former coach Pitso Mosimane left to join Al Ahly.
The end of undefeated streak for Chloorkop side Mamelodi Sundowns as they were crashed 2-0 by CL Behouizdad at home.An open cagey first half which saw dominating posession but weren't able to find back of the net ealry in the game.
Kaizer Chiefs is the only club that has incorporated youngsters into their first team and right now these kids are the sole reason why Kaizer Chiefs are where they are on the log table. It's no surprise when other youngsters from other PSL clubs wish they were in Kaizer Chiefs. Maybe they would have been given a chance to play if they were at Amakhosi unlike the treatment they are getting from their respective clubs who prefer senior players over youngsters. Mamelodi Sundowns youngster, Promise Mkhuma has revealed
Promise Mkhuma very reportedly nearly joined Cape Town City on transfer deadline day last week, but the deal allegedly collapse on the last minute. Mamelodi Sundowns were ready to send the young striker out on loan for regular game-time, seeing as he has stiff competition in Downs attack, especially with the arrival of Pavol Safranko to add to what was already a potent front line.
Mamelodi Sundowns co-mentor Manqoba Mngqithi has given a report on the shortfall of a midfielder, uncovering that there was plausible of a move during the last exchange window. Guarantee Mkhuma, who is a previous commander of the club's Diski Challenge group, is yet to show up for the shielding DStv Premiership champions, as he keeps on recuperating from injury.
According to KickOff.com, Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City are perceived to have concurred a figure on the exchange of a striker before the present cutoff time! Guarantee Mkhuma might actually move to the Mother City before the 12 PM remove time as the adolescent searches for standard game-time, however the Siya team has been persuaded to think that it would be an advance arrangement.
Outspoken budding TV pundit Junior Khanye is mentoring and offering advice to his homeboy and Mamelodi Sundowns’ new star Promise Mkhuma. Khanye, who could not fulfil his potential at Kaizer Chiefs due to his wayward and bad-boy lifestyle, has become a social media sensation for his self-assured soccer analysis, especially the cut-throat and unflinching criticism directed at his former club Amakhosi. Last week, it was reported in some media platforms that Khanye had received death threats. Mkhuma and Khanye,
" I don't wanna lie seeing Ngcobo playing like this In the top-flight league and for the team like Kaizer Chiefs"Promise Mkhuma said. "really motivates me that one day I will also get the chance, he's just older than me by few months, so big up to him."he added. Comments Luntu Earoz Tshayenkungwini As far as Am kaizer chiefs fan I would say keep working hard boy forget parties, girls and other stuff that will disturb your career. You are also talented like him you just need to work hard very hard and nothing
Co-mentor Manqoba Mngqithi has guaranteed Mamelodi Sundowns fans that midfielder Promise Mkhuma is still essential for the club's arrangements this season. Mkhuma was set to join Chippa United borrowed before the exchange window cutoff time day which in the end neglected to appear. The 21-year-old midfielder is additionally yet to show up for Bafana Ba Style this season.
Subsequent to marking a five-year agreement and showing up for the primary group, one of Mamelodi Sundowns' youths has thought about his advancement year. Guarantee Mkhuma was elevated to the senior side from improvement almost a year prior now, and in that time has been important for a high pitch winning group. "I would state getting minutes and winning the flatware with the group was a gift and truly energizing on the grounds that truly, I didn't figure things would occur so rapidly. And furthermore placing
Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City are perceived to have concurred a figure on the exchange of a striker before the present cutoff time! Guarantee Mkhuma might actually move to the Mother City before the 12 PM remove time as the youth searches for ordinary game-time, however the Siya group has been persuaded to think that it would be a credit bargain.
The young winger has been equipped with the tools to succeed from an early age. Promise Mkhuma is yet to establish himself as a regular first team player and is instead gaining minutes as a substitute where he can use his electric pace to threaten tired defenders. It is surely though only a matter of time before he is a regular part of the first team. Understanding of movement and space One of the key characteristics necessary for a young player to play in a modern forward line at the top level is the ability
The young midfielder of Mamelodi Sundowns Promise Mkhuma says that the senior players of the team are his brothers they are not just teammates. Mkhuma has made his debut to the Brazilians last season and has made the total of 10 appearances in the team in all competitions since he started his career at Sundowns. The player has made it clear that he takes more to re senior players as well as the technical team as they are more experienced and can simple team with pressure. “When it comes to the senior players
Candid sprouting TV intellectual Junior Khanye is tutoring and offering guidance to his homeboy and Mamelodi Sundowns' new star Promise Mkhuma. Khanye, who couldn't satisfy his potential at Kaizer Chiefs because of his delinquent and terrible kid way of life, has become an online media sensation for his confident soccer investigation, particularly the merciless and undeterred analysis coordinated at his previous club Amakhosi. A week ago, it was accounted for in some media stages that Khanye had gotten demise