This time last season Swallows were flying very high , chasing top teams like Mamelodi Sundowns . The team had an incredible run of two defeats and amassed record-breakin two draws. They also conceded least goals throughout the season. Fast forward to this season , a season many people had thought and believed Swallows will fly even higher and grab some silverware along the way.
It has been a rollercoaster at the Soweto giants and behind the scenes, drama has directly affected the first team's performance in the Premier Soccer League. Swallows FC will welcome their long-time suspended assistant coach Kamaal Sait on Tuesday 12 October. The Soweto club handled their internal procedure properly and the media didn't know why coach Kamaal Sait was suspended.
Things are spiralling out of control at the Soweto giants, because they have just suspended their coach. They put their head coach on special leave without producing any valid reasons to the football supporters and the media. Many people outside the Swallows FC don't know what is really happening, but it seems it is something serious and the effects are showing on the first team's performance on the football pitch.
Kaizer Chiefs is currently undergoing a tough phase of rebuilding following a disastrous season and the transfer ban that was imposed by FIFA. This has led to a huge change within the club as there was plenty of movement during the transfer period. There was also a change in the technical team with the return of Stuart Baxter and this is always going to take time to get together and gel.
Swallows FC honeymoon in top flight football is over. Reality of top-flight football is hitting home. This reality appears to have caught Swallows Management off guard. Putting the Head Coach on Special Leave for two weeks, and recalling him after three loses, just goes to show how poor Management is.
Swallows FC between time Coach Simo Dladla says the club will do some 'soul looking' and assume choices after the misfortune to Mamelodi Sundowns. The Dube Bird stretched out their unbeaten hurry to seven matches subsequent to tumbling to a 3-0 loss on account of the DStv Premiership pioneers.
Junior Khanye, a former Kaizer Chiefs player, believes Dan Malesela to take over as Swallows FC's head coach in place of Brandon Truter. All this comes after Truter returned from his'special leave,' during which he missed Amaswaiswai's last three games, all of which the team lost, with assistant coach Simo Dladla in charge.
It seems like Mamelodi Sundowns has got no mercy for Soweto giants as the Mamelodi based team has again demolished Swallows FC 3/0 this afternoon with Safranco opening his account to make it one nil Even though Simo Dladla rang some changes to his charges in the second half to try and avoid the avalanche of goals from Sundowns players like,Peter Shalulile,Themba Zwane and Safranco but it was fruitless as the home team emerged victorious
Swallows FC has provided an update on the leave of head coach Brandon Truter. On Monday the Dube Birds placed their head coach on leave following a heavy defeat against Supersport United on Sunday at Dobsonville Stadium. Truter's assistant coach Simo Dladla was suppose to be in charge of the team on this evening's home game against Cape Town City.
Following a turbulent two or three weeks and emergency talks inside the club, Swallows have now given an authority articulation on the situation with the specialized group. Uncovered: The Missing 10 Percent At Chiefs The Siya group broke the information on mentor Brandon Truter being put on leave on September 23, with his collaborator Simo Dladla requested to assume control more than three matches – the two against Cape Town City in the association and MTN8 just as the excursion to protecting DStv Premiership champions Mamelodi Sundowns.
Swallows interim coach Simo Dladla received a baptism of fire from Eric Tinkler's Cape Town City. He was drubbed 4-0 in the MTN8 semi-final second leg encounter with City, on Wednesday at Dobsonville stadium . Swallows played 0-0 in the first leg encounter of MTN8 semi-final against the same Cape Town City in an away game.
There are about 6 games played so far in the DSTV Premiership and it is getting hotter and hotter, coaches are being hired and fired, TS Galaxy is the recent club to fire head coach Owen Da Gama, they are expected to announce their new coach at a glitzy event scheduled to take place on Thursday in Johannesburg.
In just two games that interim coach Simo Dladla has been in charge of the Dube Birds, the club has conceded nine goals. While the question still stands... who is gonna stop Mamelodi Sundowns? Swallows FC coach Simo Dladla has yet again been embarassed with 3-0 defeat by Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria on Sunday evening.
It has been a rollercoaster at the Soweto goliaths and in the background, dramatization has straightforwardly influenced the principal group's presentation in the Premier Soccer League. Swallows FC will invite their long-lasting suspended aide mentor Kamaal Sait on Tuesday 12 October. The Soweto club dealt with their inner methodology appropriately and the media didn't have a clue why mentor Kamaal Sait was suspended.
Everything is out of hand at the Soweto giants, who have already suspended their coach as a result of the situation. To the dismay of football fans and the media, they placed their head coach on administrative leave without providing any acceptable justifications. Many people outside of the Swallows FC are unaware of what is truly going on, but it appears to be something severe, and the consequences are being felt on the football field by the first team.
Swallows FC have affirmed the arrival of lead trainer Brandon Truter with prompt impact after serving a time of "uncommon leave" The club however has cautioned of intense changes later on if helpless outcomes persevere with one more individual from the specialized group suspended Truter was asked by the club to go on a fourteen-daylong "unique leave" after a loss to SuperSport United on August 19 after a progression of inside debates.
The interim coach has motivated his players for their performance and hard work they put towards that match. Despite losing 3-0 to Mamelodi Sundowns in the Premier Soccer League on Sunday, Swallows FC interim coach Simo Dladla claims the club had a plan going into the game. The defending champions kept their unbeaten start to the season going with goals from Pavol Safranko in the 29th minute, Neo Maema in the 78th minute, and Peter Shalulile in the 89th minute at Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
On Friday evening, Swallows FC and Cape Town City drew 0-0 in a Premier Soccer League match at Dobsonville Stadium, the 2010 Fifa World Cup training venue. The Soweto giants were led by Simo Dladla, who gave Tebogo Langerman his official debut after coach Brandon Truter was placed on special leave following the team's 3-0 loss to SuperSport United last weekend.
Simo Dladla, Swallows FC's interim coach, believes there were some positives to take away from their 3-0 loss to Mamelodi Sundowns. Swallows had the best of the chances in the first half, but were unable to convert and were properly punished by a ruthless Sundowns side, which scored three goals through Pavol Safranko, Neo Maema, and Peter Shalulile.
Swallows Football Club has made an announcement this morning on the coach Brandon Truter. The coach was recently placed on leave due to poor run of results. In a statement released by club, it said that the management held an emergency meeting with Truter late yesterday following two weeks (or three matches) leave.