It is now the time when football teams around the world are making big decisions on the new players they want to see playing for their respective clubs in the coming season. Amongst the club's who are expected to be making major changes to their squad is Kaizer Chiefs who are in desperate need of new players and also having to release some players in the same process as well.
Amazulu FC star Luvuyo Memela has broken his silence on his future with Usuthu with his current contract set to expire next month. Since joining Usuthu from Orlando Pirates Memela has been one of the most outstanding players for Usuthu in past two seasons. The player joined Usuthu two seasons ago and he was also a part of the squad that qualified for the CAF champions League after finishing on second place last season.
Luvuyo Memela, a star of Amazulu FC, has spoken out about his future with Usuthu ahead of the expiration of his contract next month. Memela has been Usuthu's best player since joining the club from Orlando Pirates two seasons ago. Last season, he was part of the team that finished second in the CAF Champions League, and he joined Usuthu two seasons ago.
The President of Amazulu FC Sandile Zungu has revealed the date when Siyathemba Sithebe will be able to join Kaizer Chiefs. The Usuthu midfielder is believed to have signed a pre-contract with Amakhosi as his contract with the KwaZulu natal based side will be coming to an end at the end of the season.
Orlando Pirates On The Verge Of Signing AmaZulu Star Player Every season, Orlando Pirates will introduce new players to the team. The famous Orlando Pirates are reportedly on the verge of signing a specific AmaZulu player. Orlando Pirates will always find new players before the next season, no matter what.
He may have been recently been fired at Kaizer Chiefs but English coach Stuart Baxter is still relevant and integral in the DSTV Premiership coaching circles. Baxter, who has coached Bafana Bafana and SuperSport United locally, had his second stint with Amakhosi, while his first stay at Chiefs was successful with a cup and championship win, although this second stint was rather disastrous.
Swallows FC lifetime president and Gauteng MEC for education Panyaza Lesufi has hit back at previous coach Brendan Truter who blamed Dube Birds allies for undermining his family and the club of not paying him his settlement expense. Lesufi said Swallows' attention is on their greater assignment fight.
Benni McCarthy, the former head coach of AmaZulu FC, has been connected with a move to Naturena. Following Stuart Baxter's departure, there was a vacancy at the helm. McCarthy is now unattached to any team, although his work on Usuthu has been praised by the majority of the football community, who believe he was unjustly released by Durban-based clubs.
Former Cape Town City and AmaZulu FC coach Benni McCarthy it is reported that he is currently in Scotland to renew his UEFA pro Licence.McCarthy and AmaZulu parted ways following the poor results.It is a requirement that every after three years coaches must renew their licences. McCarthy started his coaching career well in the Premier Soccer League by winning the MTN 8 tournament with Cape Town City.Apart from renewing the licence , Benni is spending time with his family.When AmaZulu FC Sandile Zungu appointed Benni McCarthy in 2020 he said he want Usuthu to be on position four by the end of the season.
AmaZulu FC veteran defender Tshepo Masilela has spoken about his future as his agreement with the club reaches a conclusion one month from now. Masilela has been one of the most steady players in the nation and regardless of having had a few difficulties in the wake of leaving Kaizer Chiefs, he has turned into a vital participant for Usuthu.
Among South African football clubs, only Mamelodi Sundowns have played as many games as the Sundowns, who have played 31 games in all competitions, with the majority of those games coming in the Dstv Premiership, where they've already played 21 times. When Augustine Mulenga scored the only goal of the game against Amazulu Football Club at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium in Pretoria, Usuthu beat Sundowns.
Coach Benni McCarthy broke his silence in an interview with SABC Sport over two months after leaving AmaZulu. Usuthu fired Bafana Bafana's all-time leading scorer after a string of poor results, but McCarthy believes he overachieved by finishing second in the DStv Premiership in his debut season.
DStv premiership club AmaZulu FC are at risk to loose one of their key players Augustine Mulenga who joined Usuthu from Orlando Pirates.The player hasn't yet signed a new contract as it come to an in June .Mulenga has contributed a lot in the club since 2020. The 32 years old Zambian International is currently a free agent thou it look like the club is still interested into the player.Usuthu fired the coach Benni McCarthy earlier this month and hired Brandon Truter as the interim coach till the end of the season.Mulenga was a regular player under Benni McCarthy ,it is up to the new coach to decide further about playing Mulenga.
In the running for Amazulu's coaching position is former Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter. Benni McCarthy left Usuthu at the end of the season, therefore the club hired Brandon Truter as an interim coach. Truter's time with Usuthu will come to an end in the final three games of the season.
AmaZulu FC and Veli Mothwa are supposed to be nearly agreeing to broaden the shot-plug's agreement with the club. The Bafana goalkeeper's agreement is set to terminate toward the finish of the ongoing effort. The 31-year-old goalkeeper joined Usuthu in 2020, and has been succeeding for the club, with his fine structure between the sticks acquiring him a Bafana call-up.
In a bit of occasions, AmaZulu have entered the race for the mark of a Kaizer Chiefs focus on, the Siya group can uncover. As recently announced by the group, Chiefs were surrounding Cameroonian striker, Eva Nga, with signs that Usuthu are accepted to entered the exchange race close by Amakhosi chasing the in-structure player.
News arriving at the Siya team is that AmaZulu FC have raised the stakes in their pursuit for one of the club's instructing targets. As recently detailed by Soccer Laduma, Usuthu are accepted to have shortlisted Mamelodi Sundowns mentor Steve Komphela close by mentor Stuart Baxter, who has headed out in different directions from Kaizer Chiefs.
AmaZulu are sure of shocking the high-flying Royal AM and asserting another KwaZulu-Natal derby triumph as well as a third progressive association win. Second-put Royal AM have Usuthu in a DStv Premiership conflict at Chatsworth Stadium in Durban on Sunday (3pm) where they will be hoping to combine their spot and remain in dispute to fit the bill for the Caf Champions League.
AmaZulu FC star Luvuyo Memela has made a guarantee to interval mentor Brandon Truter as they hope to complete the season solid. Usuthu had exceptionally testing effort, which saw the club change mentors because of an unfortunate run of results and in spite of that Memela has been a focusing light for the club.
Club chairman Sandile Zungu has refused to preclude reports connecting AmaZulu with the arrangement of previous Kaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter. Usuthu have delegated Brandon Truter in charge on an interval premise for the rest of the ebb and flow season. Zungu when addressed on the ongoing administrative arrangement process removed the club from a particular competitor despite the fact that refused to preclude Baxter's reasonability.