Past Orlando Pirates boss says the club is improving since the time Happy Jele returned to the club's starting game plan.Following the presence of Thulani Hlatshwayo, Jele was sidelined from the gathering's course of action.However, at any rate he finally returned on playing reliably again.
Former Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana Defender Siyabonga Sangweni is currently trending on social media following his recent pictures with the fans getting worried about him.Owk for those who might asking WHO IS SIYABONGA SANGWENI?
When a soccer player’s playing days are over and they have hung up their boots, the next thing is to keep themselves busy with something to avoid frustration and being broke quickly like many situations. Some players who are matured enough start preparing for life after football early during their playing days because they are aware that anything can happen as soccer is a very short career to be in. One an who was smart enough to set a life of after football is former Orlando Pirates captain Siyabonga Sangweni.
He was not known for any bad behavior as he was one of the Bafana Bafana star defenders that are very polite and excellent with their work.
With Golden Arrows protector Nkosinathi Sibisi set to take the action to Gauteng and Mamelodi Sundowns liable to be his next objective, Ntokozo Sikhakhane has shared his contemplations about the move.
Almost 30% of PSL footballers are declared bankrupt after the first two years of retirement. Nowadays footballers make wise decisions and invest for the future, some have went to invest in livestock. We take a look at PSL footballers who have decided to invest in livestock especially cattles. 1. Siphelele Magubane The 27 year old Emacambini, Northern KZN born player decided to invest for the future. Growing up in a rural environment he saw investing in cattles would enrich him for the future. During the harsh
Injury is part of football, and this has seen many players' careers derailed and failed to take off as it should.
Siyabonga Sangweni says there is a blend of variables that makes it simple for a group like Golden Arrows to get one over Orlando Pirates. Sangweni, who during his football vocation played and captained the two Arrows and Pirates, clarifies what prompts such a competition between a little club like Arrows and a major one like Pirates. The previous Bafana protector says albeit the two clubs appreciate a decent relationship, that leaves the window once the official brushes his whistle for kick-off. Privateers
Football is a universal sport. Many footballers enjoy successful career spells away from their country of origin but even if so they barely forget their roots. Footballers show love for their countries by firstly honouring the National team call up, it can also range to showcasing the food and the clothing wear. We take a look at some footballers who looked good in their traditional wear. 1. Siyabonga Sangweni The former Orlando Pirates defender retired in 2016 because of a series of injuries. Following his
Itumeleng Khune "De Gear," if you follow some evens, once revealed about his brother Jacob Khune who at that particular time was promoted from the Sea Robbers, Orlando Pirates' August Palacios Apprentice Academy. He also a brother to Lucky Khune who once played for Kaizer Chiefs FC Regardless of Khune brothers, there are other set of brothers who played professional football. Over many decades football records reflect the presence of many brothers in Mzansi's different soccer clubs, so l see it fit to take you
Chippa United forward Anthony Laffor is anticipating confronting his previous group Mamelodi Sundowns today.The different sides meet for a DStv Premiership conflict, at Sisa Dukashe Stadium in East London at 15h00.Laffor went through eight years at Sundowns where he won the CAF Champions League and CAF Super Cup, prior to moving to the Gqeberha-based side this year.
Former Orlando Pirates captain says the club is doing better ever since Happy Jele returned to the club's starting lineup.Following the arrival of Thulani Hlatshwayo, Jele was sidelined from the team's lineup.But however he eventually returned on playing regularly again.
Previous Orlando Pirates chief says the club is improving since the time Happy Jele got back to the club's beginning arrangement.Following the appearance of Thulani Hlatshwayo, Jele was sidelined from the group's arrangement.
The team made its fans happy and excited after winning against Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday but they were defeated by Golden Arrows yesterday with the score of 2-0. This team had been playing well this season but their loss yesterday made a lot of fans to be disappointed. The team was playing this match at sugar Ray Xulu stadium which is situated at the south of Durban in a town called Clermont. This game was played yesterday and this made Orlando Pirates to be defeated. Siyabonga sangweni says that the team did
Let us take a look at Amakhosi and Bucs players who retired from the football scene due to reasons beyond their control.1. wiseman Meyiwa Meyiwa's story is one of the heartbreaking stories in the history of South African football.
A warrior by heart and a hard worker by actions, Thamsanqa Sangweni played a pivotal role in most clubs and continues to do so for his new club. SA football supporters know him as the younger brother of former Orlando Pirates defender Siyabonga Sangweni. They both played together for Orlando Pirates during a certain season in the PSL.image credit : Google The 31 year old defensive midfielder took a bold trip to Mbabane, the capital city of Eswantini. He signed for the capital giants, Mbabane Highlanders F.C.
Orlando Pirates' previous commander Siyabonga Sangweni accepts the group is performing better since Happy Jele is playing consistently once more.The 34-year-old Middelburg-conceived safeguard, whose agreement with the Buccaneers was shockingly just restored by a season, has as of late been beginning reliably once more.
Orlando Pirates made it possible yesterday by going to the Quarterfinals of the Nedbank Cup after they traumatized Maritzburg United.Orlando Pirates made come back after they went to halftime when Martizburg United was leading 1-0.
For many years pirates have play a good entertaining football, though the problem has always been at the back. one can say they were playing tit for tat mean you score I score. however since the arrival of versatile defender Thulani Hlatswayo the Buccaneers they looked to be uprising. With his leadership qualities and ability to read the game it have helped pirates to conced less goals comparing to last season. One can say pirates have found the Siyabonga Sangweni in Hlatswayo. Though not to run over conclusion
The Bucs suffered a loss that looked damaging for the players moral, and the dented title hopes as the top 2 keep ascending. Former Orlando Pirates and Golden Arrows defensive master Siyabonga Sangweni has offered his thoughts on why his former team lost, He said '' When I was at Arrows we hated losing against the so called big teams and we made sure to fight for the win, it's the culture of the club as outside of the pitch the Bucs players maybe better but in the pitch we are the same. The whole club just wants