Source : Premier Soccer League News KKick Off Magazine Ever since Lawrence Mulaudzi bought Bidvest Wits status changing the team to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, the club has been making news headlines. Few months back there were allegations that players has not been paid. Not so long ago there were rumors that TTM owner is broke and cannot afford to pay the players. It is the same club that was rumoured to be on sale last month. This just proves that things are not right inside the club. Where there is a smoke
The club has been sold to a man called Abram Sello from Sekhukhune, Limpopo. This does not come as a surprise to many people because there were red flags from the begining and this might be a good move for the management of the team because players have been on strike and so many things were happening behind closed doors with the club, and maybe with the new owners comming in might be a blessing for the players. If you recall their first game in the PSL, they did not have a full substitute bench and from the
If bad news week in and week out was a team, it was gonna be Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila. TTM have grabbed headlines for all the wrong reasons since they started life in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) after they bought the status of Bidvest Wits. They have also had a number of administrative bungles that have led to ridicule from football fans. This team is drama every day, from players non payment to firing them without kicking the ball, Suspend of the CEO, the list is endless. Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila
PSL, do they check the budget of these guys who buy teams, cause surely you can't buy psl teams and fail to run them efficiently. Let's take a case of Tshakhuma who bought the status of a well run team and turn it into circus. Recently FARPost reported players downing tools in protest of unpaid salaries. The TTM players refused to train on last week after the club failed to pay some of the them while some footballers were paid half of their salaries. This led to the players calling for an urgent meeting amongst
The South African football universe will remember the dramatic story between a former Kaizer Chiefs and Venezuelan international player Gustavo Paez, and Tshakuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM). What can be said right now is that Paez has won his appeal case with the world football governing body FIFA, against TTM and the Limpopo based club has been ordered to pay him an amount that is approximately R2 million.
Balde joined TTM half a month prior after he intrigued the club during an appraisal, with the 29-year-old along these lines marking a three-year bargain. In any case, it has since arisen that the Guinea-Bissau worldwide has left the Limpopo outfit and got back to Portugal after what has been named as "helpless treatment" from the club. "The player was anticipating play in PSL yet was let somewhere around the treatment he got from TTM. They couldn't give him legitimate convenience," uncovered a source near
Mathebula is set to lead TTM's stores when they take on Maritzburg United in the DStv Diski Challenge set for Giant Stadium in Soshanguve on Sunday. The Limpopo-based side are set to make their introduction in the hold alliance this season after the club purchased the PSL status of Bidvest Wits toward the finish of last season. 'DVD' has affirmed his transition to TTM and communicated his pleasure about the new test in his training profession. Peruse: DVD: Give Ngcobo Mooki's shirt "I am appreciative
Gustavo Paez who was sacked out of Venda by TTM after he failed to play for a single match. Paez went to media saying TTM refuse with his ticket and he didn't get his salary for October. TTM CEO Sello Chokoe told media that Paez was lied to the team because he said Borders are opened on 1st of December and for now he will be at Johanesburg looking for another team to play for as TTM sacked him out. He refuse to TTM to buy Tickets to his Country. CEO TTM comfirmed that Paez even lied to him and said he got Clearance
TTM To Charge Club CEO Over Fraud. Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC Chief Executive Officer Sello Chokoe is set to be charged for fraud after allegedly being found to have stolen over R2 million from the club. The club ever since breaking through the Premier Soccer Leafer level have been dominated the headlines ever since with players lately refusing to play because of continual financial issues. It is said that CEO Sello Chokoe has been partly responsible for that. There has been documents of evidence brought
Tshakuma Tsha Madzvihandila are turning into a circus and many fans are strongly angry over how the PSL outfit is being handled. This is not only Tshakuma Tsha Madzvihandila supporters but the entire PSL fraternity complaining about the club. They are suggesting that TTM are not respecting Bidvest Wits club legacy which they bought. Image : Twitter TTM Chief Executive Officer Sello Chokoe is going to be charged with fraud because the club confirmed he stole R2 million from the club. The former Baroka coach who
Struggling Premier Soccer League side Tshakuma Taha Madzivhandila FC have parted ways with their acting CEO Tenda Masikhwa who was appointed to the position barely a few weeks ago. Morgan Mammila is expected to take over the rains at the club as it is currently making major changes. Tenda Masikhwa was appointed to the position by then club owner Masala Malaudzi, as a replacement for suspended Sello Chokoe. It is expected that former Baroka FC ex CEO Morgan Mammila will take over on the vacant position as he
"Yesterday I received about two calls from chairmen in the GladAfrica, they are approaching me saying I can take over as soon as possible when the teams return from the holidays. And I turned that down because I'm still having personal problems that one had to deal with, so I don't want to go to a team while I will be thinking about problems. So for now I'm still solving my personal problems. Once I'm done and if there's still a vacancy then I will consider, and if there's no vacancy then it will be hard luck,
Baroka FC club chairman Khurishi Mphahlele said as the club they have build their village for Baroka FC .After the departure of Dylan Kerr who was allegedly fired due for speaking bad about the chairman of the club on media , Mphahlele said he do take his coaches to training. All
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila F.C. CEO Sello Chokoe has responded to former Kaizer Chiefs striker Gustavo Paez's claims that the club is refusing to pay his salary, Sello Chokoe said that the club terminated Paez's contract due to the lack of a clearance certificate from his current club. "I don't know anything about salaries, hence I'm saying he doesn't have a contract with us. We terminated his contract when we realised that he's got another contract." - Said TTM's CEO. Former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns
Sello Chokoe is begging with DStv Premiership and GladAfrica Championship clubs to take him into consideration while looking for a new coach for the upcoming season. The last time "The Gloved One" worked as a head coach was in January 2019 with Tshakuma Tsha Madzhivhandila FC - currently known as Marumo Gallants FC.
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila just can't go without controversy, it is just Scandal after Scandal, week in, week out, and another one have just emerged a few days after reports suggested that the boss Masala Lawrence Mulaudzi is broke. It is now reported that the team's Chief Executive Officer Sello Chokoe has been arrested allegedly for stealing funds amounting to R2 million from the club. According to DStv Premiership, Chokoe who is also a shareholder of the team has been nabbed for defrauding the club funds
According to Kick off Magazine, the Premier Soccer League management could charge the DSTV Premiership newcomers Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club for their wrongdoing against their arch-rivals Baroka Football Club. Reports states that the club's New signing, Thabo Rakhale wore a jersey that did not bear the DStv logo of the new Premiership sponsor. The Premier Soccer League official Ronnie Schloss told the media that this is a serious offense. The Premier Soccer League official told the media that
Sello Chokoe is begging DStv Premiership and GladAfrica Championship clubs to think of him as when they are searching for somebody to lead their groups in front of new season. The last time ''The Gloved One" had some work as a lead trainer was at Tshakuma Tsha Madzhivhandila FC – presently known as Marumo Gallants FC – in January 2019.
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila F.C. also known as TTM has responded to the former Kaizer Chiefs striker Gustavo Paez's accusations of unprofessionalism from the Limpopo club after he was released before he even made one competitive appearance for the club, Paez is also alleging that the club is refusing to pay his salary and also refusing to pay for his plane ticket back to his home country of Venezuela. Sello Chokoe who is TTM's CEO has responded to these allegations from Gustavo Paez.. "This boy told us the
As indicated by dependable sources, the Limpopo side are hoping to add Sundowns' fifth-decision attendant Jody February to their goalkeeping division on an advance arrangement. TTM at first needed the previous Ajax Cape Town and Cape Umoya United shot-plug to go along with them during the January move window. Be that as it may, as per insiders, the club is as of now in dealings with Sundowns to sign the player now before the current exchange window hammers shut if all works out positively. "Anything can