Maritzburg's soccer and sports administrator, Quintin Jettoo, informed the Siya institution that Sifama ought to continue to be at Naturena withinside the coming attempt. Maritzburg United ought to stop their hobby to try and bait a Kaizer Chiefs striker to KZN for the imminent season. The Team of Choice affirmed to the Siya institution that they may be eager on bringing returned Amakhosi striker Keletso Sifama after he went thru the second one 50% of preserve going season borrowed from the Soweto goliaths.
Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Lebohang Moboe has injured lateral meniscus and his anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) in his knee ruling him out for six to nine months. HLUBI Departs Maritzburg United have parted ways with winger Sibusiso Hlubi by mutual agreement. "He is leaving the team and he is the only player leaving now, we came to a mutual agreement," Maritzburg United team manager Quintin Jettoo tells #FARPost.
Update on the Dstv Premiership | Window Closing Date. Lebohang Moboe of Mamelodi Sundowns has suffered an injury to his lateral meniscus as well as his anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) in his right knee, which will keep him out for six to nine months. HLUBI is leaving the country.
Maritzburg United have confirmed that Keagan Buchanan and Pogiso Sanoka have left the club.They also have reached a settlement with Zambian goalkeeper Sebastian Mwange and wished Keagan Buchanan and Sanoka well following their exit. Mwange joined United at the start of the new season as a replacement for Richard Ofori, who left the Team of Choice to join Orlando Pirates. The Chipolopolo keeper has since been replaced by German goalminder Marcel Engelhardt at the Kwazulu-Natal-based outfit. Maritzburg manager
Maritzburg United should stop their pursuit to attempt to trap a Kaizer Chiefs striker to KZN for the approaching season. The Team of Choice showed to the Siya team that they may be interested by bringing returned Amakhosi striker Keletso Sifama after he spent the second one 1/2 of of remaining season on mortgage from the Soweto giants.