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.
The upcoming events of DSTV premiership to commence later this month of August should be more entertaining considering the late confirmed transfers from different DSTV premiership clubs. While mentioning the transfer Market it has come to our attention that Mamelodi Sundowns has started the crucial reshuffle to their squad members.
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.
The forthcoming occasions of DSTV prevalence to initiate in the not so distant future of August ought to be more engaging considering the late affirmed moves from various DSTV prevalence clubs. While referencing the exchange Market it has become obvious that Mamelodi Sundowns has begun the significant reshuffle to their crew individuals.
A Bloemfontein Celtic defender could be moving back to Gauteng with his next deal if the media reports are anything to go by. Wandisile Letlabika's contract has come to an end at Bloemfontein Celtic and major publications are now reporting that a few clubs are interested in his services. According to a report by Soccer Laduma, "Swallows are interested in Wandisile Letlabika and attempts are being made to sign the player." It was once reported by the same publication that Kaizer Chiefs were interested in his
The 2020/21 season of the DStv Premiership is just a couple of days away from kick off and clubs are still building their squads for the new season. DStv Premiership new boys Swallows Fc have signed no less than 14 players ahead of the new season and it seems like they could be signing more. Jabulani Shongwe who was once on the books of Mamelodi Sundowns and Bidvest Wits is currently being assessed by Swallows FC. Lebo Mashishi who represents Shongwe told Kickoff.com that "Yes, he is training with Swallows.