The arrival of Stuart Baxter at Kaizer Chiefs was a sigh of relief for many players who were deemed as surplus to requirements during Gavin Hunt's tenure. Some players were already reported that they are on the list of those who will be axed at the end of the season to trim the squad and to make way for the new arrivals.
Mamelodi Sundowns have authoritatively headed out in different directions from previous Kaizer Chiefs midfielder George Maluleka after only two seasons. What's more, that is on the grounds that Sundowns ruled against taking up the choice they had on his agreement. Maluleka's agreement was reaching a conclusion on 30 June.
Check out this Mamelodi Sundowns News Update. Crucial Month For Maluleka As Deadline Looms. Because the time to exercise the option in his contract is approaching, the next few weeks in May will be crucial for Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder George Maluleka. According to the Siya crew, Sundowns have until May 31 to decide whether or not they want to keep the 33-year-old midfielder for another season.
Revealed by his agent Sean Roberts, Mamelodi Sundowns and ex Chiefs playmaker George Maluleka will discover out next week if he still has a role at the club. The 33-year-current old's contract is due to end on june 30, but according to the deal he made with Sundowns, the team does have until May 31 to determine whether he remains or departs.
Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder George Maluleka actually faces a grim future at the club in the wake of battling for game time this season. Reports of Maluleka potentially leaving Sundowns borrowed for the rest of the period surfaced the week before. Be that as it may, his representative, Sean Roberts said he hasn't had converses with Sundowns over the eventual fate of the previous Kaizer Chiefs star.
Sean Roberts, the player's representative, announced his client's departure from Chloorkop, making him a free agent. "Unfortunately," Roberts reveals to KickOff, "they [Sundowns] were unable to exercise his option to continue his contract." "Maluleka is no longer a restricted free agent."
(Source: thesouthafrican.com) Mamelodi Sundowns has a squad filled with quality and talent, hence many players have barely made it to the starting line-up. The competition with Sundowns in all departments is tough and the players that are given an opportunity want to remain in the starting eleven, hence they give it their best on the pitch.
Considering all of the football dramatizations that have happened over the previous week, a story that might have escaped individuals' attention is that of Hlompho Kekana and Mamelodi Sundowns agreeing for the previous skipper to leave the Tshwane club. Kekana originally joined Sundowns in 2011, leaving Bloemfontein Celtic.
Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder George Maluleka actually faces a grim future at the club subsequent to battling for game time this season. Reports of Maluleka conceivably leaving Sundowns borrowed for the rest of the period surfaced a week ago. Be that as it may, his representative, Sean Roberts said he hasn't had converses with Sundowns over the fate of the previous Kaizer Chiefs star.
News coming in is that despite lack of game time, George Maluleka is looking to extend his stay with Mamelodi Sundowns for the foreseeable future. Maluleka joined the Brazilians following his Kaizer Chiefs departure and has struggled to break into the team since. The midfielder has now spent 2 years at the club but yet to feature as a regular starter.
The specialist of a periphery Mamelodi Sundowns player has remarked on his client's circumstance at the club, with seven days left on schedule for the DStv Premiership champions to practice the choice in his agreement. Maluleka's two-year agreement with the Chloorkop outfit is expected to lapse toward the finish of June, yet Sundowns have a choice to expand the agreement for another season.
Mamelodi Sundowns has different players that they supervise well. It becomes inconsequential when there is a significant team, yet it isn't being used as specific players are overlooked. There has been move stories on George Maluleka, Sibusiso Vilakazi and Gaston Sirino that they might be on out of Chloorkop.
Maluleka's Deadline Approaches, Will He Get More Game Time? George Maluleka's agent recently said that Mamelodi Sundowns has a deadline to exercise the midfielder's contract option, so he still has time to show himself. Over the weekend, Maluleka made the most of his first CAF Champions League start and appearance of the season, scoring a goal as Sundowns convincingly defeated Sudanese club Al Merrikh in their final Group A match at FNB Stadium.
The current DSTV Premieship champions Mamelodi Sundowns, are expected to make a number of changes to their squad, for the coming season as explained by their co-coach Rhulani Mokwena. One of them could be George Maluleka, who's contract with Mamelodi Sundowns will expire in June.
Willard Katsande's representative has weighed in on speculations that the experienced midfielder has been dismissed by the Kaizer Chiefs. The former Zimbabwe captain's contract with the Soweto giants is set to expire at the end of this month, according to reports. Katsande was one of the Chiefs' players who received short-term contracts to compete in the Caf Champions League final against Al Ahly earlier this month.
Mamelodi Sundowns has a number of players that they manage well. It becomes useless when there is a big squad, but it is not being used as some players are left out. There has been transfer rumours on George Maluleka, Sibusiso Vilakazi and Gaston Sirino that they might be on their way out of Chloorkop.
George Maluleka's representative, Sean Roberts, has excused reports connecting the Mamelodi Sundowns star to Premier Soccer League side, Cape Town City. "We haven't had any discussions with any club and we haven't talked with Sundowns about George going out borrowed. I'm astonished he's not playing at Sundowns," Roberts is cited saying by Sowetan Live.
Former Bafana Bafana international has experienced reduced playtime at his current club, and this has led to transfer rumours. George Maluleka agent, Sean Roberts has dismissed reports linking the Mamelodi Sundowns star to PSL, side Cape Town City. While the 33-year-old central midfielder's future at the Tshwane Giants is uncertain due to his lack of regular game time.
Kaizer Chiefs’ former midfielder George Maluleka could leave Mamelodi Sundowns if the club comes to a decision against exercise his settlement extension option. © Provided by means of The South African SUNDOWNS RUNNING OUT OF TIME ON GEORGE MALULEKA According to the reviews, Maluleka’s contract with Sundowns is finishing in June.
Former Bafana Bafana international has experienced reduced playtime at his current club, leading to exit speculation. The agent of George Maluleke, Sean Roberts has dismissed reports that are linking the Mamelodi Sundowns football player to the PSL side, Cape Town City. While the 33 year old central midfielder's future at Mamelodi Sundowns is uncertain due to his lack of regular game time, Roberts has insisted that there are no talks that have been held between the club and the player regarding any transfer away from the PSL champions.y