The South African football fraternity has this morning woke up in great shock, this is following the death of a legendary servant of the game who sadly passed away this morning. PHOTO: Ctvnews Soweto giants Swallows Football Club have released a statement this afternoon in which they sent commiserations to the family of Godfrey Gxowa - one of the club's greatest servants - who died this morning.
With jobs in the PSL opening up, the one available at Swallows is close to being filled as a candidate for the job to turn around their situation has been identified. The Dube Birds are without a permanent coach after parting ways with their long serving coach Brendon Truter who had been struggling at the club since the season started.
Brandon Truter's replacement will be announced before Amaswaiswai's match against Maritzburg, and the local tactician is expected to return to the club. The rest of the article may be found below. Swallows FC has responded to rumours that former Kaizer Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt is the frontrunner to succeed Brandon Truter as the Soweto giants' new coach.
Swallows CEO Sipho Xulu is holding his assets away from plain view as the striving club looks for another lead trainer following the terminating of Brandon Truter. The Birds, who are presently sixteenth – and last – in the DStv Premiership log, desire to be in a situation to name another manager in front of Saturday's conflict against Maritzburg United at the Dobsonville Stadium.
Picture Credit: KickOff.com Truter was sacked on Sunday evening, following a loss to Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs in a DStv Premiership conflict. As per reports, it was uncovered that the club's allies intended to arrange a dissent outside Dobsonville Stadium before Sunday's experience.
Rethabile Rasenthutsa plays for Premier Division outfit Linare FC in Lesotho, coached by Orlando Pirates legend Teboho Moloi. Swallows see the defender as a potential replacement for Njabulo Ngcobo, who departed in a high-profile transfer to Kaizer Chiefs. Speaking exclusively to KickOff, Swallows FC CEO Sipho Xulu confirmed the player's arrival.
According to KickOff.com, DStv Premiership side Swallows FC are accepted to consider rolling out extreme improvements to their technical group after a run of disappointing outcomes. According to KickOff.com, Lead trainer Brandon Truter's future is supposedly yet to be determined with the Dube Birds having won only one of their initial 10 matches coordinates so far this season.
Following an embarrassing thrashing at the hands of Cape Town City in the MTN8 semifinals second leg clash, Swallows have opened up on their coaching department which has been under scrutiny of late. Having started the season well with an MTN 8 win over Orlando Pirates, the club announced that they had given their headcoach Brendon Truter a special leave, something which is rare to see in the world of football.
According to KickOff.com, Swallows FC have shielded its choice to put lead trainer Brandon Truter on "extraordinary leave" following a heartbreaking 4-0 MTN8 semi-last loss to Cape Town City. The Dube Birds have now likewise wouldn't preclude that Truter might get back to his job when for the club's association conflict against log pioneers Mamelodi Sundowns.
Following a humiliating whipping on account of Cape Town City in the MTN8 elimination rounds second leg conflict, Swallows have opened up on their instructing division which has been under a magnifying glass of late. Having begun the season well with a MTN 8 win over Orlando Pirates, the club declared that they had given their headcoach Brendon Truter a unique leave, something which is uncommon to find in the realm of football.
Swallows FC CEO Sipho Xulu has proven that head couch Brandon Truter has been positioned on "special leave" leaving his future at the club in the balance. Truter in the 2019/20 season guided Swallows to clinch computerized promoting to the DStv Premiership by using winning the GladAfrica Championship.
Swallows FC have made the confirmation that deal to sell Ruzaigh Gamildien to Kaizer Chiefs has been called off. "We have to continue as planned because his departure (Gamildien) was going to interrupt our planning as well. We are very happy that he is no longer leaving the club" - Swallows FC CEO Sipho Xulu
Moroka Swallows expected to lose a significant decent number of players in front of the new season. They had announced that they may lose up to six players. Regardless of a past arrangement between the three gatherings, Bafana forward Ruzaigh Gamildien will presently stay at Swallows. Gamildien, who has effectively gotten back to Gauteng for pre-season preparing with the Dube Birds, was a champion player last season, acquiring a call-up to the public crew.
According to KickOff.com, Swallows FC have given knowledge into the arrival of Kaizer Chiefs' Given Thibedi on a super durable exchange to the club. Thibedi spent last season at Swallows in an underlying credit stretch and has now returned forever to the Dube Birds in the wake of being surplus to prerequisites at Chiefs.
Bafana Bafana striker Ruzaigh Gamildien will be remaining at Swallows despite previously having an agreement with the glamour boys from Naturena. The swallows striker is in Gauteng for pre-season programme and training with the his club. Ruzaigh Gamildien was one of the star performers last campaign and he went on to receive himself a call-up to the Bafana Bafana.
After the Birds, Swallows Football Club suffered first defeat against SuperSport United in a devastating 3-0 defeat past weekend. Swallows held a very crucial talk with their head coach Brandon Tutller after the defeat and saw Truter given a leave from the squad. However, this means Simo Dladla might take over the reins when they face Cape Town City upcoming weekend as they hope to return to winning ways.
Rethabile Rasenthutsa plays for Premier Division outfit Linare FC in Lesotho, instructed by Orlando Pirates legend Teboho Moloi. Swallows consider the to be as a possible swap for Njabulo Ngcobo, who withdrew in a high-profile move to Kaizer Chiefs. Talking only to KickOff, Swallows FC CEO Sipho Xulu affirmed the player's appearance.
The football merry go round in the coaching circles of the Premier Soccer League are busy turning again- just five matches into the new season. Another coach has reportedly been sent packing, just after Limpopo side Marumo Gallants announced the resignation of their assistant coach. South African football lovers have moved to criticize Soweto side Moroka Swallows for their recent decision on their head coach.
Thibedi spent last season at Swallows in an underlying credit stretch and has now returned forever to the Dube Birds subsequent to being surplus to prerequisites at Chiefs. "Thibedi has gone along with us on a super durable arrangement. I can't remark about the length of his agreement however I can reveal to you that he has a work letter from Swallows," club manager David Mogashoe tells KickOff.
Moroka Swallows were have been preparing for the departure of Bafana Bafana forward Ruzaigh Gamildien to Kaizer Chiefs, but it seems they'll have to put a stop to searching for potential replacements for the striker. According to reports, there was already an agreement in place between Gamildien, Moroka Swallows and Kaizer Chiefs for the 32-year-old to leave the Dube Birds and switch to the Soweto giants.