After Sunday's DSTV Premiership matches, there were some few chances in the log standings.Only Swallows Football Club managed to walk away with the victory this afternoon, while Lamontville Golden Arrows played a one all draw against the Siwelele side Bloemfontein Celtic.On Saturday afternoon, Cape Town City Football Club finally went back to the winning ways.
Former Mamelodi Sundowns Defender Vuyo Mere was written off years ago as many fans thought his career was done when they failed to save Platnum Stars.
Another dark cloud strike in the DSTV Premiership as the Swallows Football Club head coach was involved in a car accident. According to Sowetan Live, the Swallows Football Club head coach was involved in a car accident while on his way to work. He is set to miss the match against high flying SuperSport United, the match will be played at Lucas Moripe stadium at 5pm on Saturday. Speaking to the media, the Back-to-back coach of the month winner stated that he is currently booked off from work and his muscles were
Vuyo Mere is a South African well-known professional football player who is currently playing for the Soweto giants, Swallows Football Club as a defender. The 36-year old was born in Bloemfontein on the 5th of March. He then started playing for Manguang united and also Hellenic FC during his youth days. In 2001, Vuyo Mere was promoted to the Hellenic Football Club. The player managed to make 34 appearances in just three years at the Cape Town side. After spending three years at Hellenic FC, he was spotted by
Former Kaizer chiefs and SuperSport United Midfielder, David Mathebula has been appointed as the new Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club. The 37-year old midfielder will lead the Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club Multi Diski Choice (MDC) for the first time, the club will participate in the MDC competition for the first time as it is not there in the Glad Africa Championship. Mathebula played for the Limpopo based side, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club in the Glad Africa Championship
Nearly promoted Swallows Football Club have wasted not time in signing as many players as they could immediately when they got promoted into the now DStv Premiership. According to Kickoff.com, the Dube Birds have reported the marking of previous Bloemfontein Celtic FC defender Wandisile Letlabika just as forward Kagiso Malinga from SuperSport United. ALSO READ: DJ Shimza Announces Bad Lockdown House Party News The Dube Birds are set to crusade in their lady first class season subsequent to acquiring programmed
The Phefeni Glamour Boys Kaizer Chiefs are set to return local action when they face struggling side Black Leopards to get crucial points. A boost has been handed to the Naturena sqaud as their goalpoacher Samir Nurkovic and defender Reece Frosler are in progress for thier injuries. However another set back on thier sqaud with two of their best players who suffered later injury including Dumisani Zuma who is nursing a hamstring injury and Kearyn Baccus who picked up a thigh muscle strain. Chiefs who have been
Soweto giants Swallows Football Club have been on a player signing spree since they won promotion to the DStv Premiership. The club are now set to add one more signing to their arsenal. Swallows FC have offered Oupa Manyisa a two year deal to sign with the club. The offer comes after the midfielder decided to terminate his contract with Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC after only three months with the club. Oupa Manyisa had been believed to sign a very lucrative deal with TTM FC. Shortly after leaving Tshwane
Vuyo Mere is a South african international football player who is now playing for the newly promoted side Swallows football club. Vuyo Mere has managed to play for five big clubs in his career including Mamelodi Sundowns, Platinum stars (now called Cape umoya united) and Swallows Football club. After parting ways with Bidvest wits at the end of last season, everyone thought the living legend is going to hang his boots but we were all wrong instead he joined the Glad Africa Championship side Swallows Football
Former Kaizer chiefs and Maritzburg united midfielder has been offered a contract by the Soweto giants, few months after parting ways with the Pietermaritzburg based side.The 29-year old midfielder has been a free agent as he reached an agreement to terminate the contract with Maritzburg united.
It seems two particular players from Kazier Chiefs football club are taking all the blame for the team's recent poor performance. The club's loss to Swallows Football Club on Tuesday night made matter worse. Midfielder Willard Katsande and striker Bernard Parker are at the wrong side of Black Twitter. Twitter users who are mainly the club's supporters did not hold back on who to blame. They criticized the two players based on their age and the lack of fighting spirit for the club's badge. They made fun of Willard
Soweto Giants Beats Mamelodi Sundowns On This Player Signiture Almost advanced Swallows Football Club have burnt through not time in marking the same number of players as they could quickly when they got advanced into the now DStv Premiership. As per Kickoff.com, the Dube Birds have detailed the checking of past Bloemfontein Celtic FC protector Wandisile Letlabika similarly as forward Kagiso Malinga from SuperSport United. The Dube Birds are set to campaign in their woman top notch season resulting to getting
Swallows Football Club have been on a buying spree since their return in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). They have since announced signing former Orlando Pirates and Highlands Park midfielder Musa Nyatama, former Chippa United veteran forward Ruzaigh Gamildien and Moeketsi Makhanya from JDR Stars. Responding to the news of them signing to prepare for the new PSL season, soccer fans said Swallow must be ready to go back to the GladAfrica Championship or National First Division (NFD) as they were signing rejects
Kaizer chiefs trio who were loaned to their neighbours, Swallows Football Club have returned to Neturena after a short stay with the Dube birds. Kaizer Chiefs development team products Itumeleng Shopane, Ayanda Rorwane and Sizwe Twala have returned to Gavin Hunt's squad as he is looking to strengthen his hopeless squad. Itumeleng Shopane, Ayanda Rorwane and Sizwe Twala together with Given Thibedi, were all loaned to Swallows Football Club after the club managed to purchase the Glad Africa Championship status
The Swallows Football Club will not reconsider the idea of signing Tiyani Mabunda from Mamelodi Sundowns because the midfielder continues to have no time to play. In the past transfer window, Mabunda joined Dube Birds on loan from Sundowns, but his salary could not match him. This season, "Shuga" has not yet played football for the Brazilian. The owner of the Swallows, David Mogashoa, stated that his team will not sign or release any players during the current transfer window. Mogashoa told !!!!!: "We
The former Kaizer Chiefs striker Gustavo Paez has been eyeing a return to the Dstv Premier Soccer League in the 2020/2021 season campaign. Paez who approached Soweto side Swallows Football Club Dube Birds to offer his service at the club but however the Dube Birds rejwcted him as they have enough forwad players. The 30 year old striker who is rejected to join Swallows in his attempt remains with his current team with the season yet to resume in mid October 2020. However the Venuezela who had the worst years
In your opinion, do you think Kaizer chiefs made a wrong decision by releasing Given Thibedi and Sizwe Twala to Swallows Football Club? After being tipped to replace George Maluleka at Kaizer chiefs, Given Thibedi was loaned back to Swallows Football Club together with his four teammates. The Kaizer Chiefs midfielder is 23-years old and surely he would have made enough an impact. Both Given Thibedi and Sizwe Twala are 23-years old this year, and they both played a role in Swallows Football Club's promotion to
With every Premier Soccer League looking to sign new players in preparation for the upcoming season, Mamelodi Sundowns have parted ways with some its players making way for their new signings. The left-footer endured a frustrating two years at Downs due to lack of game time but the Citizens have come to his rescue. Aubrey Ngoma has now returned to Cape Town City on a season long loan deal from Mamelodi Sundowns. the 30 year old was recently linked with a move to Swallows Football Club who have been looking to