These are the top 10 available PSL veterans on the markets who haven’t retired as yet and might help a few clubs have a grip on the DSTV premiership log this season. 10. Abia Nale Nale has been linked with the likes of Royal FM and Chippa United.
After spending the last few months out in the cold without a club, a former Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana Bafana International has shed some light on his future career prospects.PHOTO: KickOff Highly-rated defender Thabo Nthethe was released by TS Galaxy last year after an ephemeral stint with the Mpumalanga-based club in the GladAfrica Championship.
Shawn Mkhize better known as MaMkhize have bought Bloemfontein Celtic and It’s a done deal. It went through on Friday and was approved by the PSL on Friday. Her team Royal AM which is GladAfrica's status has been sold to Tshakhuma FC and it was also approved also on Friday.
There isn't much time left until the PSL transfer window shuts on August 31, but in the meanwhile, we take a look back at some of the most notable deadline day signings in recent years. Sundowns had previously signed players like as Rivaldo Coetzee, Phakamani Mahlambi, Thabo Nthethe, and the late Anele Ngcongca on transfer deadline day, as the 11-time Premiership winners used their clout to get them to Chloorkop before the window closed.
There's not much time left before the PSL transfer window closes on August 31, but before it does, we look at some of the deadline day signings which stood out in recent years. The likes of Rivaldo Coetzee, Phakamani Mahlambi, Thabo Nthethe and the late Anele Ngcongca were signed by Sundowns on transfer deadline day in the past, as the 11-time Premiership champions used their pulling power to lure these players to Chloorkop before the window shut close.
With the Siya group being dependably educated that Mamelodi Sundowns are right now driving the race for in-demand protector Veluyeke Zulu, we investigate the Brazilians' main 10 place backs throughout the long term.It was back in March, when the team detailed that the 26-year-old Zulu's fine exhibitions for Richards Bay FC in the GladAfrica Championship have gathered revenue from any semblance of Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
Despite being the most decorated South African team of all time with over 70 trophies, Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs have had a barren run of almost six years without lifting a major trophy.The Glamour Boys still have a rare chance of challenging for the CAF Champions League title this season, but will finish the 2020/21 DStv Premiership campaign without an honour on the domestic front.
Lanky Bafana goalscorer Mothobi Mvala accepts his group's stature advantage assumed a pivotal part in their 3-1 Group G World Cup qualifying triumph over Ethiopia. Acquiring achievement in African football regularly expects groups to have a colossal actual presence, particularly when facing West African monsters like Nigeria and Cameroon.
A former Mamelodi Sundowns defender who is currently struggling to find a new club, is considering hanging up his boots if his situation does not change soon.Veteran defender Thabo Nthethe, who was part of Sundowns team the won the Caf Champions League in 2016.He is currently a free agent but no club seems to be interested in his services The former Bafana Bafana international has been a free agent since he left TS Galaxy last year.
Previous Mamelodi Sundowns protector Thabo Nthethe has conceded he is stressed over the absence of interest appeared in his administrations.Nthethe has been without a club since he headed out in different directions from TS Galaxy in 2020, following a short spell with the side in the GladAfrica Championship.
Former Mamelodi Sundowns captain and Chippa United player Thabo Nthethe, has some advice to those who are still having days some heydays in the Premiere Soccer League. Football is a short career and life after football can be tough, so free agents need to prepare for the day they no longer play. The 35 year old didn't kick a ball in 2019, and his move to Baroka FC in January this year failed because of injury. During this time Nthethe realised how difficult it is to survive after football, since he was a
Slender Bafana goalscorer Mothobi Mvala acknowledges his gathering's height advantage accepted a critical part in their 3-1 Group G World Cup qualifying win over Ethiopia. Getting accomplishment in African football routinely anticipates that groups should have a titanic real presence, especially when pointing toward the West African beasts like Nigeria and Cameroon.
Pitso Mosimane takes aim at Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates for their poor new signings “I believe they Mamelodi Sundowns will win it [the league title] again this year because I am looking at the competition. I am looking at the direct competition (Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs).
There's very little time left before the PSL move window closes on August 31, however before it does, we take a gander at a portion of the cutoff time day signings which hung out lately. Before, Mamelodi Sundowns have stood apart as the group to do some business on the last day of an exchange window.
Cape Town - Lanky Bafana goalscorer Mothobi Mvala accepts his group's tallness advantage assumed an essential part in their 3-1 Group G World Cup qualifying triumph over Ethiopia. Acquiring accomplishment in African football regularly expects groups to have a monstrous actual presence, particularly when facing West African goliaths like Nigeria and Cameroon.
After Bloemfontein Celtic, Thabo Nthethe went to two more clubs after signing short term with TS Galaxy early 2020 which was right before the global outbreak of Covid-19. Nthethe went to Chippa and Mamelodi Sundowns which is where he clenched more titles, making his portfolio as attractive. Mamelodi is where he also earned most of the injuries that are now ruining his career even more than his age. Nevertheless, Nthethe made a full swing return to the professional game early 2020, joining in the very ambitious
“We would like to welcome all the new players to Kaizer Chiefs " “We certainly hope our supporters will be happy with our new recruits because some called for us to sign them. We trust that they will have a good time and help bring happiness to millions of our fans by helping the team perform well and win trophies.
The TS Galaxy boss Tim Sukazi has finally bought the Highlands Park team as reported. It is said the official correspondence confirmed the approval of Executive Committee of the National Soccer League of the sale of Highlands Park to TS Galaxy. The team was sold in order to raise money to settle the team's debts. All the money will pay their debts and nothing will be left for shareholders to share. Sukazi successfully bought his new team. Dan Malesela will be the TS Galaxy new head coach in the next season while
Tim Sukazi has made it third time lucky in his quest to purchase a PSL status after the League approved his deal to buy Highlands Park. KickOff.com has been furnished with official correspondence that confirms the approval of the Executive Committee of the National Soccer League for the sale of Highlands Park to TS Galaxy. Dan Malesela will be Galaxy's new head coach with Mabhuti Khenyeza expected to lead the MultiChoice Diski Challenge team. Former Bidvest Wits coach Ashley Makhanya, Esau Mtsweni and Thabo
Chairman of TS Galaxy Tim Sukazi finally got the deal, Sukazi managed to purchase a PSL status after the league accepted his deal to buy Highlands Park status. Sukazi wanted to buy the status of Bloemfontein Celtic and Bidvest Wits at the beginning of the year 2020, but he couldn’t get the deal and now he finally sealed the status he wanted. The executive committee of the national soccer league has approved the sale of Highlands Park to TS Galaxy, Dan Malesela will be the new head coach of Galaxy and Mabhuti