Cape Town City left back Terence Mashego is expected to join big spenders Mamelodi Sundowns this week on a 4 year contract, the move which has not been formally announced by both clubs but according to Sowetan Live, the move is as good as done. Mashego who is a regular in the Bafana Bafana national team under coach Hugo Broos, will find it hard to get into the Sundowns starting line up considering that the club has a number of other players, playing in the same position.
Rulani Mokwena, the other co-coach for Mamelodi Sundowns, has explained why his team signed Terrence Mashego even though it wasn't thought that they needed more help at left back. Mashego, who is 24 years old, played his first game for his new team over the weekend.
Masandawana began brilliantly in the initial 20 minutes and undermined through a first-time exertion at the close to post by Peter Shalulile, which goalkeeper Nkosingiphile Gumede covered. Sphelele Mkhulise, Sipho Mbule and Sifiso Ngobeni were given uncommon beginnings by Dusks following their late win at Chippa Joined in midweek.
RULANI SUGGESTS DEBUTANT FOR SUCCESS Sifiso Ngobeni impressed on his debut start for Mamelodi Sundowns, and coach Rulani Mokwena has been all praise for the player. Before the club sold their status to Royal AM, Ngobeni joined the team from Bloemfontein Celtic in July 2021. After making two cameo appearances as a substitute, he spent the rest of the season on loan at SuperSport United.
At Mamelodi Sundowns, the Premier Soccer League (PSL) is generating some of the best quality players in the world, and they have a star cast of many outstanding players who are either playing for their parent club or on loan to other clubs in South Africa.
MaMkhize reportedly shows interest in Sundowns star? See who it is. Date: 25/03/2022 The Premier Soccer League (PSL) is producing exceptionally talented quality players, and Mamelodi Sundowns is one of the clubs in the PSL with a star cast of many talents offering their services either to their parent club or at their respective loan clubs.
Downs confirms a player's flight. Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed that one of their first-season recruits will fly ahead of schedule. According to the heroes, Sifiso Ngobeni has been loaned out to SuperSport United for the remainder of the season. Sundowns typically loan their undesirable players to Matsatantsa after making augmentations, as has been the custom for a long time.
Sundowns' Star Player To Finally Play Football Since Last Season. Date: 03/02/2022 Mamelodi Sundowns defender/centre-back Soumahoro Bangaly who is an Ivorian national, has been starved of game-time at Mamelodi Sundowns as he's not really a key player in co-coaches Manqoba Mngqithi and Rulani Mokwena's plans for the season or at Sundowns as his minutes spent on the pitch speaks for itself.
Mamelodi Sundowns is about to let go of three of its talented players because they haven't been able to keep their starting spots. Sundowns only let go of midfielder George Maluleka because he wasn't in the plans of the team's technical staff. Now, the question is which players will be up next.
Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena says they will before long go into conversation with the club's loan manager to see what's on the horizon for a couple of people who have spent the season away from Chloorkop. Sundowns have Siphesihle Mkhize, Phakamani Mahlambi, Sammy Seabi, Nicholus Lukhubeni, Sifiso Ngobeni, Luvuyo Phewa and Malebogo Modise out on loan this season.
Downs' On-Loan Defender Draws Interest The Siya team has been informed that a Mamelodi Sundowns defender who is on loan somewhere for the remainder of the season has piqued the curiosity of eager bidders. Sifiso Ngobeni has another DStv Premiership club interested in his talents after joining SuperSport United on the final day of the January transfer window after fighting for game time at Sundowns.
(Source: soccerladuma.co.za) Mamelodi Sundowns set to part ways with three of their talented players as they've failed to cement their positions in the starting line up. Sundowns has only released their midfielder George Maluleka as he wasn't part of the technical team's plans.
As Mamelodi Sundowns begin pre-season, there are a few players who are expected to leave the club in the current transfer window. Sundowns have already acquired the services of Sipho Mbule, while Ronwen Williams is set to join from SuperSport United. Ricardo Goss is looking to get game time and, as reported by the Siya crew, will form part of the deal which will see Williams joining Sundowns.
We are closely coming to the end of the 2021/22 DStv Premiership race, and we are at the time whereby rumours and speculations about transfer links will be rife and in a matter of fact this is a transaction that has already began. It has been revealed by Soccer Laduma that a Mamelodi Sundowns defender is wanted by a rival DStv Premiership team, and this player is currently out on a season long loan to Masandawana's cross town rivals SuperSport United.
Another Mamelodi Sundowns player has joined SuperSport United. Another Mamelodi Sundowns player has joined SuperSport United for the remainder of the season. Bangaly Soumahoro impressed the technical team sufficiently during his time at SuperSport United to earn a contract. Matsatsantsa, on the other hand, could only afford to sign him on a loan basis at the moment, but Soumahoro will be relieved that he may now get some playing time.
Is MaMkhize interested in signing Sundowns' star player? Let me show you who it is: Is MaMkhize interested in Sundowns' best player? See who it is! In the Premier Soccer League (PSL), Mamelodi Sundowns is one of the clubs with a star cast of many talents who offer their services to their parent club or to their respective loan clubs.
Sundowns star reportedly set to sign for Royal AM? Date: 25/03/2022 Mamelodi Sundowns has many talented players in their squad, and the talent is attracting interest from other clubs which is good for some players who are not regular starters or substitutes for Sundowns. Sundowns has way too many talented players, and that result to the club sending players out on loan to keep fit and develop while playing regular football away from home.
If the reports are to be believed, Royal AM may be interested in signing the Sundowns star. If the rumors are true, Sundowns' star is expected to join Royal AM? It's excellent news for those of Mamelodi Sundowns' players who aren't frequent starters or substitutes because their quality is garnering interest from other clubs.
Source: https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/mamelodi-sundowns/mamelodi-sundowns-sifiso-ngobeni-attracts-interest-from-royal-am/715050 The Premier Soccer League (PSL) is creating outstandingly capable quality players, and Mamelodi Sundowns is one of the clubs in the PSL with a star cast of numerous abilities offering their administrations either to their parent club or at their particular credit clubs.
Co-head coach Rulani Mokwena of Mamelodi Sundowns has stated that the team is obligated to mark Terrence Mashego and hence must select the finest players available. Kaizer Chiefs have recently shown interest in 24-year-old defender Mashego, but Cape Town City owner John Comitis has stated that Mashego is not for sale as the club wants to keep him for their women's CAF Champions League campaign.