1. Luke Fleurs. The Supersport United young central defender is by far the most exciting prospect to partner the Mamelodi Sundowns star in the heart of defence due to his aggressive nature and young age. At the age of 22 years of age he is very matured in his play, strong aerially, shows determination on the field and he has the potential of playing at the highest level that was evident in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games as he featured in all the 3 games according to Goal.
It was an objective scoring end of the week for two South African players carrying out their specialty on unfamiliar shores, as a couple of unfamiliar based players sent suggestions to Bafana mentor Hugo Broos in front of the following month's friendlies. Fagrie Lakay's support for Pyramids against Zanaco in the CAF Confederation Cup was apparently the feature, with the previous Cape Town City star's exhibitions since moving to Egypt being noteworthy.
(Source: kickoff.com) The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect clubs drastically and this might lead to matches being postponed if it’s not sorted in time. Unfortunately, the pandemic has caused a lot of problems for people and that has spread to football too. According to reports, the Bafana Bafana international Thibang Phete has been regarded as part of the contributing factor at his currently, following the Omicron variant outbreak that has caused 13 Belenenses players to test positive for the deadly virus.
Portugal-based South African international Thibang Phete has reportedly informed the Siya crew that he would be open to a switch to the DStv Premiership, should a good proposition come his way. He has spent the last six years of his career honing his craft in Portugal, turning out for Vitoria Guimaraes, Famalicao and Belenenses, respectively.
The Covid-19 virus was spread by a South African footballer who was knocked out. Take a look at this. The South African professional soccer player Thibang Phete is a defender for the Portuguese club Belenenses SAD and the South African national team. He was born in Johannesburg and currently resides in Lisbon.
Two players won't venture out with Bafana to Zimbabwe for the FIFA World Cup Group C qualifier. Bafana are because of face the Warriors at National Sports Stadium in Harare on Friday, September 3, yet they will be without Mamelodi Sundowns striker Thabiso Kutumela and abroad based safeguard Thabang Phete after they tried positive for COVID-19.
1. Thibang Phete. The AS Belenenses SAD central defensive midfielder is set to start his second consecutive game in the 2022 FIFA world cup qualifiers on Sunday against Ghana as reported on www.kickoff.com. He will battle in the midfield with Real Mallorca young star Indrissu Baba and Ajax Amsterdam star Mohammed Kudus, it what will be a titanic battle in the heart of the midfield.
A quick reminder in case you've already forgotten, Zimbabwe will host Bafana Bafana this afternoon for their World Cup Qualifiers encounter. Kickoff is at 3pm. This is of course the first leg of the World Cup Qualifiers, Zimbabwe will later visit South Africa for the second leg in a date that is yet to be confirmed.
Thibang Phete plays for Belenenses, a Portuguese team alongside his fellow South African man, midfielder Sphephelo Sithole. When Phete returned to Portugal from his Bafana Bafana duties, he brought with himself Corona virus, testing positive and since then 17 others among the club’s players and staff have also tested positive.
The 2020/21 DSTV Premiership League defender of the season Njabulo Ngcobo missed out on the initial 23 man Bafana squad that will play against neighbours Zimbabwe and The black stars of Ghana on the 3rd and 6th of September respectively, in the 2022 Qatar FIFA world cup qualifiers as reported on www.enca.com.
Thibang Phete is one of the names that pop up on the lips of South African fans now and again, but not many have been fortunate enough to watch him play, on account of him playing in a league that some would assume is an obscure one, but one which has afforded him the platform to grow his game for the past six years.
Hugo Broos has picked seven uncapped players in his tentative Bafana Bafana team for the double-header against Ethiopia next month. Broos named a provisional 34-man squad for South Africa's 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia in October on Tuesday, with no fewer than eight uncapped players in his enlarged squad.
According to KickOff.com, Bafana have been managed a blow after Thibang Phete and Thabiso Kutumela were governed out of Friday's essential 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe. South Africa experienced a huge difficulty in front of their World Cup qualifying Group G opener after Belenensese protector Phete and Mamelodi Sundowns forward Kutumela both tried positive for Covid-19.
BafanaBafana is still in the run to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar , here are the goal keepers, Ronwen Williams (Supersport United FC) Veli Mothwa (AmaZulu FC) .Bruce Bvuma (Kaizer Chiefs FC).Sifiso Mlungwana (Golden Arrows FC).
Bafana broadened their lead at the highest point of Group G in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers subsequent to overcoming Zimbabwe 1-0 on Thursday evening. Following their conflict against Ethiopia, Bafana named three changes as Percy Tau, Keagan Dolly and Thibang Phete as Khama Billiat and Ishmael Wadi began in the Warriors line up.
Bafana moved three focuses clear at the highest point of their 2022 World Cup qualifying bunch with a 1-0 triumph over Zimbabwe on Thursday night. 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier Result: South Africa 1-0 Zimbabwe Date: 11 November 2021 Setting: FNB Stadium Bafana rolled out three improvements from the success over Ethiopia, as Keagan Dolly and Percy Tau connected up in the assault, while Portugal-based midfielder Thibang Phete likewise got a beginning.
Lisbon — The 13 detailed instances of Covid-19 at the Portuguese football club Belenenses, whose association match against Benfica was canceled at the end of the week when their group was diminished to only six players, have all the earmarks of being the Omicron variation, Portugal's public wellbeing establishment (INSA) reported Monday.
Bafana worldwide Thibang Phete has incredibly been named as the wellspring of a staggering Covid-19 episode of the new Omicron variation after 13 Belenenses players tried positive. Premeira Liga side Belenenses' first class installation against Benfica on Saturday was deserted in tumultuous scenes after 13 players tried positive for the new Covid variation.
The national team's departure for Zimbabwe to compete in the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier against Zimbabwe in Harare was not given a clean bill of health following the fourth round of tests in the Bafana Bafana camp yesterday. Thibang Phete and Thabiso Kutumela are absent from the Bafana Bafana squad.
The Primeira Liga side was hit by a Covid-19 outbreak before their league encounter against European giants Benfica yesterday as reported on www.soccerladuma.co.za. The team only had 9 players that were fit to take on the field but as the game went on, two players got injured and the referee had to end the game.