KickOff.com has spread out that both Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns have pushed ahead their interest for Ethiopian striker Abubeker Nassir. Ethiopia are back in South Africa for their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Ghana at Orlando on Thursday preceding going too far to face Zimbabwe in their keep going Group G struggle.
Ever wondered who owns your favorite PSL clubs? Check them out below: Amazulu Amazulu is owned by businessman Sandile Zungu who bought the club from Patrick Sokhela in 2020. Zungu is a non executive director of Grindod and Novus holdings. He is chairman of Zungu Investments.
The new head coach Arthur Zwane has left his Kaizer Chiefs faithfuls in awe yet again, after he unveiled what could be season changer at the Naturena next season. When Coach Arthur Zwane succeeded Stuart Baxter, he emphasized the type of football he wants the team to play, and It seems like he is hell bent on turning the situation around at the Naturena; and creating a force and a team to be reckoned with next season.
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The President of Amazulu FC Sandile Zungu has revealed the date when Siyathemba Sithebe will be able to join Kaizer Chiefs. The Usuthu midfielder is believed to have signed a pre-contract with Amakhosi as his contract with the KwaZulu natal based side will be coming to an end at the end of the season.
Going into the end of the season, Kaizer Chiefs transfer targets have seemingly acted in ways that are partially guaranteeing a switch to Naturena next season, with the club indeed having not given up their chase on specific players they want. One could say that Chiefs seem to really get the interest of the players they want.
(Source: www.news24.com) Kaizer Chiefs had to let go Stuart Baxter following a disappointing run in the DStv Premiership as he failed to even clinch on trophy. Not only that, but he was losing crucial games that could have led to Chiefs challenging for the league title.
DStv Premiership side AmaZulu FC failed to live up to their last season's reputation when thru shocked the entire football universe as they finished the league as the league's runners up to Mamelodi Sundowns who were crowned as the DStv Premiership Champions. Poor results and performance from the club med to the club owner Sandile Zungu to end up firing the historical coach Benni McCarthy who was a man responsible for leading the club to the CAF Champions League group stages.
Going into the finish of the time, Kaizer Bosses move targets have apparently acted in manners that are to some degree ensuring a change to Naturena next season, with the club without a doubt having not surrendered their pursuit on unambiguous players they need. It might be said that Bosses appear to truly get the interest of the players they need.
There was an uproar from the AmaZulu fraternity when Siyethemba Sithebe signed for Kaizer Chiefs, the 29 year old midfielder signed a pre contract as FIFA stipulated that a player can sign for another team if he has 6 months left on his contract. Sithebe now has the information as to when he woll be free to play as AmaZulu have kept the star under suspension, Sandile Zungu has stipulated that as from June the player will be free to go where his heart desires.
AmaZulu FC president Sandile Zungu has uncovered the specific date when wantaway midfielder Siyethemba Sithebe will be permitted to join Kaizer Chiefs. The popular going after midfielder got the titles in the January move window when he wrote a pre-contract concurrence with the Soweto giants. AmaZulu were left infuriated by the player's activities and at first suspended the 29-year-old who has since neglected to be named in the club's match-day crew since.
AmaZulu have made a SHOCKING admission in regards to their connections to previous Kaizer Chiefs coach, Stuart Baxter. AMAZULU MAKE SHOCK ANNOUNCEMENT ON STUART BAXTER AmaZulu president Sandile Zungu would not deny bits of gossip connecting Baxter to the Usuthu instructing position. Meaning, he could dismiss Brandon Truter from his roost and eventually supplant Benni McCarthy.
Football is an amazing sport, however it is extremely competitive. The ultimate goal for each and every team is to win trophy and improve the brand. This is why we see a lot of emotions involved in the sport as they are invested by all parties. The PSL has turned into a one horse race over the years, however there are a lot of teams who ha e come close on different occasions.
Former Kaizer Chiefs football player Hendrick 'Pule' Ekstein was introduced to the first team by Stuart Baxter back in 2014. He is currently plays for a club in KwaZulu-Natal. Former Kaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter may be sacked from Naturena. However, he is set to make a massive comeback to the Premier Soccer League rivals.
South Africa has one of the best leagues in the world, however many will argue that this hasn't quite reflected when it comes to global competition. The country took a long time before winning a CAF trophy after Orlando Pirates won the first in 1995. Mamelodi Sundowns won the competition in 2016 and have come close on numerous occasions to winning it again.
AmaZulu FC have appointed former Swallows FC head coach Brandon Truter to replace Benni McCarthy, who was fired from the club after the club failed to produce maximum results in the DStv Premiership last season. McCarthy had guided the team to a historic record finish as runners-up in the DStv Premiership.
Sandile Zungu attended a faction that backs Zandile Gumede but denied that he is taking any side ahead of the eThekwini ANC conference. Claims have been making rounds that Sandile Zungu endorsed the Zandile Gumede campaign before the eThekwini elective conference which is expected to take place soon, but Zungu maintains that he is not taking any side.
Sandile Zungu, a Summerfield Dynamos midfielder, has reacted to the unenviable task of facing Mamelodi Sundowns this weekend. The ABC Motsepe, the league champions of KwaZulu-Natal, were thrashed 5-0 by the defending champions of the Nedbank Cup at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Saturday afternoon. As the former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder tells a reliable source, "it was always going to be a difficult game."
(Source: soccerladuma.co.za) Kaizer Chiefs are believed to have completed the signing of Siyethemba Sithebe from AmaZulu FC during the January transfer window. However, he couldn't complete the initial move in January as there was hiccups within the deal between Chiefs and AmaZulu. This didn't end well for Sithebe as he has been sidelined following the reports that he's moving to Naturena in the new campaign.
Club chairman Sandile Zungu has refused to preclude reports connecting AmaZulu with the arrangement of previous Kaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter. Usuthu have delegated Brandon Truter in charge on an interval premise for the rest of the ebb and flow season. Zungu when addressed on the ongoing administrative arrangement process removed the club from a particular competitor despite the fact that refused to preclude Baxter's reasonability.