The Dstv Premiership returns to action with a sensational season opener fixture with last season runners up Cape Town City clash with holders Mamelodi Sundowns. A highly anticipation fixture that will surely bring the coutry to a standstill as they await on who will bite the dust or emerge victorius.
Tinashe Nengomasha is a Zimbabwean former footballer who played primarily as a midfielder for Kaizer Chiefs, Mpumalanga Black Aces, and Bidvest Wits in the South African Premier Soccer League and the Zimbabwe National team. According to former coach Farouk Khan, Kaizer Chiefs have completely saturated the void left by renowned Zimbabwean holding midfielder Tinashe Nengomasha.
Every year in the PSL there are many young prospects that emerge who are tipped to become the next superstar. Some of these youngsters do not live up to that hype mostly because of bad career decisions. In South African football former Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates captain Mbulelo 'OJ' Mabizela will always be remembered as one of the most versatile defenders to ever grace the PSL.
This thing of people selling football clubs like their personal property is destroying our football here in South Africa. I think the South African Football Association should put stiff penalties and enforce a law that prohibits the selling of football teams like personal property. Individuals can buy and own a football club but that team still belongs to community where it all started and where it's supporters are.
Tinashe Nengomasha was a midfielder for the South African Premier Soccer League's Kaizer Chiefs, the Mpumalanga Black Aces, and Bidvest Wits, as well as Zimbabwe's national side. According to former coach Farouk Khan, Kaizer Chiefs have filled the void created by Tinashe Nengomasha's departure.
Nengomasha played for Kaizer Chiefs, Mpumalanga Black Aces, and Bidvest Wits, as well as the Zimbabwe national team, in the South African Premier Soccer League. In the wake of Tinashe Nengomasha's departure, Farouk Khan claims that Kaizer Chiefs have stepped forward to fill the vacuum.
Tinashe Nengomasha is a former footballer who played mostly as a midfielder for the Zimbabwe National team as well as for Kaizer Chiefs, Mpumalanga Black Aces, and Bidvest Wits in the South African Premier Soccer League. Nengomasha also played for Zimbabwe in international competitions. Additionally, he competed internationally representing Zimbabwe in many tournaments.
Source: https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/premiership/comitis-to-make-move-for-chiefs-discard/718384 Former Mpumalanga Black Aces and Konyaspor midfielder could soon rejoin his former side after it was reported that they have shown interest in the midfielder. According to Kick off Magazine, Lebogang Manyama, who recently parted ways with Kaizer Chiefs has attracted the interest of Cape town city Football Club.
Benedict Bongani Vilakazi was born 8 September 1982 in Diepkloof in Soweto. He is a retired football player. The last team he played for was the Botswana Meat Commision in Botswana. The teams he has played for in his senior career are Orlando Pirates, AaB Aalborg, Mamelodi Sundowns, Mpumalanga Black Aces on a loan, Black Leopards, Malanti Chiefs, Notwane FC, Botswana Meat Commission and he played for the national team, Bafana Bafana.
Tinashe Nengomasha is a former footballer who played mostly as a midfielder for the Zimbabwe National team as well as for Kaizer Chiefs, Mpumalanga Black Aces, and Bidvest Wits in the South African Premier Soccer League. He also played for Zimbabwe in international competition. The gap that was left by the well-known Zimbabwean holding midfielder Tinashe Nengomasha has reportedly been totally filled by Kaizer Chiefs, as stated by the team's former coach Farouk Khan.
He is a former Zimbabwean footballer who played in the South African Premier Soccer League and the Zimbabwe national team for Kaizer Chiefs, Mpumalanga Black Aces, and Bidvest Wits. Tinashe Nengomasha's vacuum has been filled by Kaizer Chiefs, according to Farouk Khan, the club's previous coach.
The absence of former Kaizer Chiefs winger Bongolethu Jayiya continues to cause a stir in South African football as he remains clubless. Jayiya last featured in the PSL for Chiefs during the 2019 Nedback Cup last 16 against ABC Mostepe League side Tornado Football Club FC were he played till extra time.
Life at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club for fringe players is not a good one as they don't know what will happen to them in the future, especially those who have their contracts coming to an end at the end of the current season, as they don't know whether their contracts will be extended or they will be let go.
Orlando Pirates has seen a number of players come and go over the years the most recent golden era was in the early 2010s. This is a period when the club dominated and won a lot of trophies. This naturally attracted players from other teams and helped shape new legends.
In the world of soccer, everyone gets well paid and they get to live the lavish lifestyles that most people dream of, not only soccer players but coaches as well since they are also well paid. It is rare to see coaches in the PSL be on social media posting their lifestyles, but former Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates coach Mushin Ertugral has let people in on what kind of lifestyle he lives out it football.
After a decade in the South African Premier League, goalkeeper Jackson Mabokgwane appears to be on the verge of his first season without a first-team appearance. This season, Mabokgwane has abruptly fallen out of favor at Bloemfontein Celtic, where he was first-choice last season and earned eleven caps for the Bafana Bafana.
In this release of the My Muti Story series previous Mamelodi Sundowns going after midfielder, Teboho Mokoena imparts his encounters to muti. The resigned Bafana global who likewise showed up for any semblance of St. Gallen, Mpumalanga Black Aces and Bidvest Wits says the utilization of Muti in the PSL is normal.
South African top-flight football club Cape Town City Football Club was founded in 1962 and is based in the city of Cape Town, Western Cape Province. The club was reformed in 2016 by the club's owner, John Comitis, after he purchased the status of the Mpumalanga Black Aces Football Club.
With just shy of a half year left of his agreement in Turkey, South African striker Dino Ndlovu will would like to make a return at the earliest opportunity to complete the mission on a high with his club Kocaelispor. Ndlovu joined the club before the beginning of the mission in the wake of putting in a couple of months in South Africa without a club, following his exit from Chinese second level club Zhejiang Energy Greentown.
In the PSL era, we have had the chance to have some of the most exciting foreign footballers from Nigeria play for us. Raphael Chukwu, William Okpara, and Onyekachi Okonkwo are three players who took the PSL by storm. We can't even start to name a few without talking about them first, though.