The South African senior female national team's successful 2022 Women African Cup of Nations(WAFCON) tournament run, saw Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Ladies goalkeeper, Andile Dlamini named the tournament's best goalkeeper after conceding only three goals in six matches and her fellow Sundowns goalkeepers, Kennedy Mweene and Denis Onyango were spotted celebrating the shot-stopper yesterday.
-Goalkeeper🧤 developing like a fine wine🍾 in PSL🏆 In the PSL the is a more vital need of significant worth goalkeeper. At Sundowns they really put their trust in Mweene(37) and Onyango(37) despite their age. At Pirates they really have Siyabonga Mpontshane at (36).
-Goalkeeper🧤 aging like a fine wine🍾 in PSL🏆 In the PSL the is a greater need of quality goalkeeper. At Sundowns they still put their trust in Mweene(37) and Onyango(37) despite their age. At Pirates they still have Siyabonga Mpontshane at (36).
There have been widespread speculation that Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates will step up to Mamelodi Sundowns standards in the 2022/23 DStv Premiership. Both Chiefs and Pirates have been on a spending spree and they added some big names to strengthen their squads. But veteran Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene believes that Chiefs and Pirates will not pose danger to the ever green Masandawana juggernaut.
Both Soweto giants Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs will start the 2022/23 season with new coaches, as they try to cach-up with Mamelodi Sundowns which has dominated the DSTV Premieship in the past couple of seasons. Both teams released a large number of players in their squads, after a disappointing campaign last season, as both clubs finished outside of the Caf Competitions sports.
Mweene is definitely aging like a fine wine. He keeps on working hard at the age of 37. Sundowns seem to share the same sentiments. Sundows has chosen to hold on to Kennedy Mweene for a very long time. According to the latest developments the likes of Riyaad Pieterse and Goss could be forced to wait a long time, before they can try to cement their place as regular goalkeeper at sundowns.
Agent Mike Makaab says he is waiting on Mamelodi Sundowns to make a decision on the future of defender Katlego Mohamme, who has been in pre-season training with the DStv Premiership champions. Mohamme is back at Sundowns after spending last season at Swallows FC, but it's unclear at this stage if they are going to keep the player or loan him out to another club.
Mental strength is very key in modern game. Kennedy Mweene has demonstrated that in many occasions. He doesn't play too often however he always deliver whenever the team need him, even though he doesn't play as many game as one will like him to play.
(Source: Twitter.com - @)KickOffMagazine) Mamelodi Sundowns could be looking at appreciating their highly-rated players who have been with the club for a while now. The Sundowns coaches know that they'll need to have a balance team if they want to maintain their winning consistency in the DStv Premiership campaign.
SuperSport United have announced the signing of goalkeeper Ricardo Goss from Mamelodi Sundowns on a loan for two seasons. Goss has been signed as a replacement for Ronwen Williams, who left SuperSport after 19 years to join DStv Premiership champions Sundowns. The Siya crew revealed that SuperSport wanted to have Goss included in the deal and they have now got their man who will reunite with head coach Gavin Hunt.
Mental strength is very key in present day game. Kennedy Mweene has shown that in numerous occasions. He doesn't play over and over at any rate he for the most part convey whenever the gathering need him, notwithstanding the way that he doesn't play anyway many game as one will like him to play.
In modern sports, mental toughness is crucial. Kennedy On numerous times, Mweene has proved this. Despite the fact that he doesn't play as many games as one would want, he often contributes whenever the group needs him. Mweene has acknowledged that they must make it challenging for the cutting edge to compete.
Mweene is certainly maturing like a fine wine. He continues to take a stab at 37 years old. Dusks appear to have similar opinions. Sundows has decided to clutch Kennedy Mweene for quite a while. As per the most recent advancements any semblance of Riyaad Pieterse and Goss could be compelled to stand by quite a while, before they can attempt to solidify their place as ordinary goalkeeper at nightfalls.
Sundowns star shares his expertise in an African country, see where he is. Date: 27/03/2022 Mamelodi Sundowns star, goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene is currently sharing his professional football expertise as a shot-stopper in his native country Zambia while domestic football is on a break because of international football.
Because of a gap in international football, Mweene is now playing goalkeeper for Zambia's national team while his club, Mamelodi Sundowns, competes in the local tournament in his native country. The Bafana Bafana squad is currently preparing to face France in an international friendly, and Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene is assisting in the training of Zambian goalkeepers in what are known as "goalkeeping coaching clinics."
"KickOff can confirm Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene will be staying at the club to complete a decade's service after putting pen to paper on a new deal," "With the new deal that Mweene has signed at Mamelodi Sundowns, he could possibly go on to also top up 20 years playing professional football in South Africa,"
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene has projected his voice to ideas that Saturday's CAF Champions League match against Al Ahly is a fight against their previous mentor Pitso Mosimane. Mosimane is back a home on comfortable area with Al Ahly this week for this Group A challenge being played at FNB Stadium nearly 12 months after his last visit saw notices with foul language coordinated towards him by certain Sundowns fans.
Latest update has been given on Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango's injury. The Ugandan goalkeeper has been spending some time on the sidelines in the club's last few games due to an injury. In nine games played by the club this year, Onyango has made only three appearances.
(Source: news 24.com) The rivarly between Pitso Mosimane and his former club Mamelodi Sundowns doesn't seem to end. This will be visible again on Saturday at FNB Stadium, as Sundowns take up on their CAF Champions League arch rivals AL Ahly. Even the Downs goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene has commented on this match, as he stated that there's no homecoming for Mosimane as they're all focused on the crucial encounter and nothing else at Chloorkop.
Mweene will be determined to keep a clean sheet on Today's match. Kennedy Mweene, goalkeeper for Mamelodi Sundowns, has urged his teammates to make the most of "home" conditions at FNB Stadium when they face Al Ahly in a crucial Caf Champions League group stage match on Saturday afternoon.