After parting ways with Mamelodi Sundowns this morning, striker Pavol Safranko has found himself a new club where he will possibly link with his former teammates. PHOTO: Twitter A little while after Sundowns announced that they have amicably parted ways with him, Safranko, 27, has seemingly not wasted any more no time in finding himself a new home.
Mamelodi Sundowns said that one of their foreign strikers has left the team. Pavol Safranko signed a deal with Sundowns a year ago, but he quit because he couldn't score goals like he used to. The tall Slovak has mostly filled in for other players since he joined the Tshwane giants.
Although Mamelodi Sundowns are normally efficient and hardly make mistakes when it comes to the signings of players they are also at times capable of the odd mistake once in a while when it comes to transfers And from a financial point of Mamelodi Sundowns do not necessarily suffer the repercussions of failed transfers as economically they are in a good position and situation to make up for it by winning a ton of prize money from winning trophies
Pavol Safranko left Mamelodi Sundowns this morning, and he has now joined a new squad where he will probably run into some old friends. Shortly after Sundowns announced their amicable split, Safranko, 27, seems to have found a new place to live. Safranko has reportedly returned to his former team Sepsi OSK, and the player has reportedly already joined his new team, according to reliable sources close to IDiski Times.
Mamelodi Sundowns mentor Rulani Mokwena says their new strategic set-up which Marcelo Allende and Abubekr Nassir are gradually being carried out in, legitimizes their choice on Pavol Safranko. Safranko and Nassir have now scored two objectives separately subsequent to coming from the seat in their new liquid framework which sees them play with a midfield jewel on occasion and two versatile advances showing more speed and dynamism as past seasons gone by.
One of the foreign strikers on Mamelodi Sundowns has left the team, the team said. After signing a contract with Sundowns a year ago, Pavol Safranko quits because he couldn't get back to scoring like he used to. Since he joined the Tshwane giants, the tall Slovak has mostly filled in for other players.
Source: https://thekasiboy.co.za/2022/10/02/why-downs-parted-ways-with-a-number-of-players/ Rulani Mokwena, the co-coach of Mamelodi Sundowns, has provided a picture of the circumstances that led to the team having to let go of some of its players. Quality players have left Sundowns this year, including Pavol Safranko, whose contract was amicably ended after the additions of Marcelo Allende and Abubaker Nasir.
They were 32 teams when the tournament started, but now they are 2 left in the Nedbank Cup this season. Mamelodi Sundowns will go up against the defending Champions Marumo Gallants in this season’s Nedbank cup final to decide who gets the cup of dreams this season.
Sundowns 6-0 Win Cost Coach His Job? Date: 13/04/2022 Mamelodi Sundowns was a bit heavy on Golden Arrows in their latest home fixture in the DStv Premiership as they won the match with a high 6-0 score which is believed to have cost te Arrows coach his job.
Co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi of Mamelodi Sundowns thinks it's critical to keep the team focused after making ten substitutions against Summerfield Dynamos. Summerfield was thrashed 5-0 by Sundowns thanks to goals from Kermit Erasmus, Gaston Sirino, Lesedi Kapinga, and Pavol Safranko in the quarterfinals. Mngqithi went on to say that because of the high level of talent at Sundowns, he is unable to tell whether team is stronger, the second-string or the regulars.
ANOTHER Mamelodi Sundowns’ foreign player facing exit door? Pavol Safranko may not be staying with Mamelodi Sundowns, according to reports. He is not officially registered with the team. The demographics of our club have slightly changed. There are several additional things... However, I'm unable to speak about it at the moment; the club will make statements.
After leaving Mamelodi Sundowns this morning, striker Pavol Safranko has found a new club where he may be reunited with some of his former teammates. IMAGE: Twitter Safranko, 27, has evidently wasted little time in locating a new home since Sundowns announced their amicable separation from him.
Mamelodi Sundowns will play Marumo Gallants at the confirmed site. In the final match of the Nedbank Cup semi-finals, Mamelodi Sundowns defeated Royal AM 2-1, thanks to goals from Aubrey Modiba and Pavol Safranko. Royal AM fought hard against Mamelodi Sundowns, but Sundowns prevailed in the end.
(Source: kickoff.com) Mamelodi Sundowns prides itself with excellence and they cannot tolerate anything less than that, even if their supporters might disagree with certain decision-making within the club. When Sundowns signed the Slovakian striker Pavol Safranko, there was hope that he'll keep spot at Chloorkop, unfortunately it didn't happen.
As per multiple reports, Mamelodi Sundowns defender Divine Lunga has rejoined Lamotville Golden Arrows on a loan deal in a move to free up foreign space at the club. It appears Lunga will not be the only player sent out because of freeing up space but according to izindaba 24/7, Pavol Safranko might be the other player who may leave the club.
A rampant Mamelodi Sundowns recorded their biggest win of the season on Tuesday evening when they thrashed Lamotville Golden Arrows by 6-0. The win saw Mamelodi Sundowns get one hand on the league title as they extend their lead at the top. Nedbank cup top performers were rewarded with a start in the Arrows game as Sirino made the starting line-up and didn’t take long to get on the scoresheet, scoring Sundowns' first goal in the opening 20 minutes of the game.
One of Mamelodi Sundowns' players is on out. Reports recommend that Pavol Safranko isn't enrolled at Mamelodi Sundowns and probably won't have a future at the club. Starting from the start of the 2022/23 season the Slovakian striker hasn't been seen. The club's co-mentor Rhulani Mokwena stayed bashful when he made sense of the shortfall of the 27-year-old striker.
According to Mamelodi Sundowns, one of their international strikers has quit the team. Due to his inability to regain his scoring form after signing a contract with Sundowns a year earlier, Pavol Safranko left the squad. The lanky Slovakian has mostly served as a replacement since joining the Tshwane giants.
After defeating Royal AM 2-1 in a semi-final encounter at Chatsworth Stadium on Saturday night, Mamelodi Sundowns advanced to the Nedbank Cup final for the 11th time. Aubrey Modiba gave the newly-crowned DStv Premiership champions the lead on 62 minutes, but Thabo Matlaba equalized for Thwihli Thwahla 10 minutes later.
Endorsed from Romanian side Sepsi OSK before the beginning of last season, Safranko heads out in different directions from the Tshwane goliaths subsequent to attempting to get playing minutes. He was at this point to highlight in any game in the ongoing Chief Soccer Association crusade in which Masandawana have played five matches.