The Dstv Premiership League is just three weeks away from taking a Christmas break, and most of the teams know and have seen what they will be fighting for when the second half of the season resumes in February. Clubs like Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, defending league champions Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club, and Supersport United Football Club are in the race for the league honours thanks to the form of their strikers who have hit top form this season.
Kaizer Chiefs could be entrusted with helping South African football out in another exchange fight with Mamelodi Sundowns, the last option takes steps to corner neighborhood football. Nightfalls have won four association titles in succession and expanded their record count of association titles to 11 after Manqoba Mngqithi and Rhulani Mokwena won their first title as co-lead trainers.
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebogang Manyama's future at the club has been cast into further doubt after the Naturena-based side were linked with a star midfielder, playing in the same position. Manyama hasn't had a good start under returning coach Stuart Baxter, as he got injured towards the end of the last campaign and was recovering in the off-season.
Mamelodi Sundowns co-head coach Rhulani Mokwena could have discounted title rivals too early after making comments about the number of points they may need to win their fifth title in a row. Sundowns won their fourth championship in a row last season and extended their record tally of league titles to 11, in the PSL era, after a comfortable finish in the final stretch.
Mamelodi Sundowns new starboy has a very skilled left-foot that allows him to dribble, pass and score with ease. He is also very intelligent on the ball in the mould of Suprise Moriri, but unlike the former Mamelodi Sundowns ace he is very quick on the ball.
Kaizer Chiefs could be tasked with doing South African football a favour in another transfer battle with Mamelodi Sundowns, the latter threatens to monopolize local football. Sundowns have won four league titles in a row and extended their record tally of league titles to 11 after Manqoba Mngqithi and Rhulani Mokwena won their first title as co-head coaches.
Mamelodi Sundowns right-back Khuliso Mudau said thanks to the mentors after his Man of the Match show against Sekhukhune United. Objectives from Neo Maema and Themba Zwane directed the Brazilians back to winning ways on Saturday and opened a nine-point at the highest point of the DStv Premiership standings.
Neo Maema From Sundowns Astonishes A Dangerous Opponent Date: 2021/11/27 Neo Maema has broken down a very unbeatable opponent, he made sure that Katsande could not get to him. Mamelodi Sundowns is growing a player, he is likely the least paid of the group players at downs as they groomed him to be what he is now, maybe he will be paid a lot of money as soon he is not interning.
Picture Credit: KickOff.com There were no progressions from Masandawana following their Tshwane derby draw against SuperSport United showed, yet Ryan De Jongh and Chibuike Ohizu were re-called to the Sekhukhune line up. Sundowns began with loads guarantee and were lamentable not to start to lead the pack on seven minutes when Haashim Domingo's shot from a tight point flew across the essence of objective.
Neo Maema's statistics impress as he improved with Sundowns', even better than Billiat Date: Friday, 26 November Mamelodi Sundowns player Neo Maema has been on a great run with Mamelodi Sundowns in the Dstv Premiership. Neo Maema joined Sundowns from Bloemfontein Celtic earlier this year in the July/August transfer window and is in his debut season with the club, but has already improved his performance in the PSL as his statistics grew with the PSL champions.
Maema: It’s Motivation Going Into The Next One In his post-match interview, Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Neo Maema stated that while the team was disappointed to be held to a draw in their previous game, there were some encouraging signs on the offensive end that they can build on in their DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United this weekend.
Mamelodi Sundowns conceded two goals after coming from a 2-0 lead and Onyango was blamed for not keeping a clean sheet. Denis Onyango, the goalkeeper for Mamelodi Sundowns, will not be blamed for the team's loss of a two-goal lead versus SuperSport United in Wednesday's Tshwane derby at Loftus Versfeld.
Mamelodi Sundowns extended their lead at the top of the DStv Premiership to nine points after defeating Sekhukhune United 2-0 on Saturday afternoon. Sundowns' front line remained intact from the dramatic draw with SuperSport United, with Peter Shalulile and Pavol Safranko leading the way, while Sekhukhune were bolstered by the return of their top striker Chibuike Ohizu.
We must have zero tolerance for blunders, according to Sundowns' co-coach. Following the victory over Sekhukhune United, Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rhulani Mokwena stated that the team needed to improve on its mistakes. Assisted goals from Neo Maema and Themba Zwane in either half of the first half lifted the Brazilians to a 2-0 victory over Sekhukhune.
Mamelodi Sundowns at last yielded in the DStv Premiership in the wake of giving up a two-objective lead to draw 2-2 with Tshwane rivals SuperSport United. DStv Premiership Result: Mamelodi Sundowns 2-2 SuperSport United Date: 24 November 2021 Scene: Loftus Versfeld Stadium Lyle Lakay and Neo Maema were drafted once again into the firing line up for Sundowns, with Thabiso Kutumela and Thapelo Morena exiting.
Neo Maema is more and more becoming a star player at Mamelodi Sundowns and his popularity among the Masandawana trustworthy desires no questioning. It's far his knack for surprising desires that sees his big name growing and quite forcing Downs coaches to field him ahead of the more installed playmakers inclusive of George Maluleka, Sibusiso Vilakazi and Gaston Sirino.
A staggering long-range free-kick from Teboho Mokoena procured SuperSport United a 2-2 draw against DStv Premiership log pioneers Mamelodi Sundowns in an amazingly exhilarating Tshwane derby at Loftus Versfeld on Wednesday. Masandawana yielded their first objectives of the association crusade subsequent to going ten matches without seeing the ball cross their objective line.
Masandawana bounced back to winning ways after they beat new boys to the league Sekhukhune United 2-0. That made it six wins out of seven matches at home for the defending champions. Link: https://twitter.com/masandawana/status/1464615822266187782?s=21 Mamelodi Sundowns put their mid week woes behind them as they entertained 3rd place Sekhukhune United in a Dstv Premiership encounter.
Neo Maema is swiftly establishing himself as a key player for Mamelodi Sundown, and co-coach Rulani Mokwena has tested the promising attacking midfielder with maintaining consistency as the premiership season progresses. The Brazilians are the early leaders in the DSTV Premiership, but they have their sights set on conquering other domains, as they still have the CAF Champions League and Nedbank Cup titles to contend with it what will be another long season for them.
Mamelodi Sundowns kept an iron grip on their lead of the DStv Premiership, though they also had a fight for it beating Sekhukhune United 2-0 at Tuks stadium on Saturday. Neo Maema continued his sparkling form opening the scoring in the 21st minute, and Themba Zwane added the second in the 60th from a fortunately received penalty.