When it comes to footballing pedigree, few players in the DStv Premiership are able to match Zambian star Nathan Sinkala, who has excelled in the heart of midfield for Stellenbosch FC this season. The 31-year-old boasts a remarkable record on the African continent which includes an Africa Cup of Nations crown with Zambia and multiple league triumphs in the Democratic Republic of Congo with TP Mazembe, where he was also part of the famous squads which won the CAF Champions League and back-toback CAF Confederations Cup trophies.
PSL player set to exit club after his replacement arrived? Date: 24/03/2022 One of the players in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) could be well on his way out of his club as the club previously signed a new player who now looks more and more likely to be his replacement.
DStv Premiership side Stellenbosch could be preparing themselves to be without one of their key players, the Zambian international midfielder Nathan Sinkala as it's understood that his contract with the club is set to expire at the end of the season. At the present momentbits understood that the Stellies have not yet made any decisions about the future of the Zambian interactive, the best consideration at the moment is that he is set to part ways with the club by the end of June 2022.
Stellies officially announce three departures Prior to the 2022/2023 season, Stellenbosch FC announced the departure of three first team players. In order to get in shape for the upcoming season, teams have already started their preseason workouts again. With Stellies already stating that Nathan Sinkala, Granwald Scott, and Sibusiso Mthethwa will leave the club, there has been a lot of transfer action in recent weeks.
After the arrival of his replacement, is the PSL player expected to leave the club? Because a new player has been brought in to replace him, one of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) players may be on his way out of the club. Since acquiring Black Leopards FC midfielder Sibongiseni Mthethwa in the January transfer window, Stellenbosch FC's Zambian forward Nathan Sinkala has seen his playing time dwindle.
Nathan Sinkala of Stellenbosch FC has shared his two favorite goals from his career, one of which was a smashing effort against Kaizer Chiefs last season. Sinkala is one of Africa's most decorated players, with a dazzling medal count that includes the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations title with Zambia and the 2015 CAF Champions League title with TP Mazembe.