SOWETO : As preparations for the upcoming season nears an end, clubs have unveiled new kits and players and Swallows have been exception. The Dube birds have on Tuesday announced their full squad alongside the jersey number of the players ahead of the new season. With Simo Dladla having joined the technical team as assistant coach to Brandon Truter, the job at hand was to acquire the right players as they aim to compete this season.
Kindly comment, like, share and follow me for more content. Mamelodi Sundowns proceeded with their DStv Premiership table-garnish structure when they beat Swallows 3-0 at Loftus Stadium on Sunday evening. Peter Shalulile had a decent opportunity to give Sundowns the lead in the subsequent moment, however, he was denied by a decent save from Sanele Tshabalala.
With a 3-0 victory over Swallows FC on Sunday evening, Mamelodi Sundowns extended their advantage at the top of the DStv Premiership to four points. The Brazilians welcomed back goalkeeper Denis Onyango from their spectacular win over Golden Arrows and gave Divine Lunga another opportunity to play, but the Swallows selected Sanele Tshabalala to play in goal for them.
After the Birds Swallows Football Club were held in a draw by Orlando Pirates will be looking to stop Stellenbosch FC later when they meet. Swallows broke the Premier Soccer League record of 17 draws in the league and want to claim a victory and reach 44 points above Goldern Arrows who are on third spot.
The new Kaizer Chiefs specialized group is set to settle on a choice on five players getting back to Naturena. Bosses are now in progress with preparing and arrangements for the forthcoming 2020/21 season under their new guide, Gavin Hunt who will be helped by Dillon Sheppard and Arthur Zwane. While the Soweto monsters can't make any new signings due to anticipating a choice from their two-window move boycott offer, Hunt has been given a lift with the arrival of five players. Sanele Tshabalala, Given Thibedi,
The newly formed technical team of Kaizer Chiefs is expected to make a decision on five players returning to the club. The team is already back to training, in preparation for the upcoming season under the new coach, Gavin Hunt. Amakhosi are expected to decide the future of 5 players returning from loan. The players includes Sanele Tshabalala, Given Thibedi, Ayanda Rorwana, Sizwe Twala and Itumeleng Shopane. All the players spent their season on loan with Swallows FC in GladAfrica champions, and they are set
Kaizer Chiefs newly appointed head coach Gavin Hunt and his technical team are reportedly set to make considerations on five players who are returning to the club. (Image: Seek Logo) The Glamour Boys have already returned to training and making preparations ahead of the 2020/21 DStv Premiership under the stewardship of four-time PSL winner Hunt. Meanwhile, the Soweto giants are still barred from making additions to their squad, eagerly awaiting their appeal from Lausanne regarding the two-window imposed by FIFA.
Tshegofatso Mabasa's second-half goal was the difference in Orlando Pirates' 1-0 victory over fierce rivals Swallows FC on Saturday. Three points were crucial on the day in what could be termed as a grudge match following the hosts' cup exit at the hands of their fellow Sowetans.
New Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt is currently preparing for the upcoming season, looking at what type of squad he has and which players will be part of the team going forward. With the Glamour Boys facing a transfer ban they may not be able to sign any new players for the 2020/21 season meaning they may have to heavily rely on thier youth side to fill in the blanks. As such Amakhosi have brought back all thier players which have been loaned out with Hunt assessing the players capabilities and fit into his
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