After Amakhosi 4 life success in the CAF champions league now they will move their focus to the DStv premiership.Apart from that Kaizer Chiefs management are on the move to rebuild the team as it has never won anything in the past 6 years .Uthongathi FC coach Pitso Dladla who didn't want to give further explanations on this matter he said this is the management issue to deal with.
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Andile Mpisane is a young man who owns a Glad Africa championship side Royal AM. The full name of the club is Royal Andile Mpisane Football Club. His story is interesting as he did what no other club owner has done before, that is playing himself in his own club. In their last game against Uthongathi FC he got directly involved in the game by playing as a striker and wearing the kit number 10. His team went on to win the game by 3 goals to 1. It was his first and we hope of many appearances for him in the club.
Being a club's chairman looks like a nice title to own; with the advantage that the buck ends with you. Decisions obviously go through you. One PSL club chairman bought his way into the Starting lineup. Instead of managing office work, or watching from the sidelines, he decided to lead from the front on the pitch. Social media platforms were left divided; when pictures and videos of Andile Mpisane surfaced. The ostentatious made his debut game for Royal AM; the very same club he owns. Andile came in on the
Kazier Chiefs has been struggling ever since the inception of the new season, and the Glamour Boys techinal team have been looking to restructure their current system. The transfer ban has affected Kazier Cheifs in many levels as they are forced to field the same player's they don't wish to field, and they are struggling in the striking department and their goalkeepers. Both Daniel Akpeyi and Itumelang khune have been very off colour this season, which forces the club management to start looking elsewhere to
Following a victory over Uthongathi FC on Saturday, Orlando Pirates player has bemoaned the condition of Orlando Stadium. The Buccaneers booked their place into the Nedbank Cup last 16 following their slender win against the GladAfrica side. Gabadinho Mhango's finish was enough for the Buccaneers to go through as Uthongathi failed to score. Deon Hotto who assisted Mhango's goal admitted that it was not an easy game as they were playing an unknown team. Hotto also bemoaned the condition of the stadium which made
Uthongathi FC were unfortunate when they suffered a 3-1 defeat to Real Kings in their latest NFD fixture at home. Uthongathi FC played their latest fixture in the GladAfrica Championship against Real Kings and suffered an unfortunate 3-1 defeat. Real Kings managed to impress away from home as they gave the home side a proper beating, as they picked up three points and only conceded once in the match. Real Kings latest win got them in the fourth place spot on the NFD log after the win as they join Sekhukhune
When Orlando Pirates were drawn against Uthongathi FC in the Nedbank Cup, it was expected to be a routine and straight forward victory for the Buccaneers, but the performance from Pirates against the low placed Uthongathi was not what was expected as they scrapped through with a 1-0 victory over the impressive Uthongathi fc, and the performance left many Buccaneers questioning the coach as well as the players for a lacklustre performance. Pirates needed a second half Gabadinho Mhango goal to send them through
(Source: goal.com) Orlando Pirates has made it to the Nedbank Cup last 16, after defeating Uthongathi FC by 1-0, thanks to Deon Hotto's cross that connected well with Gabadinho Mhango. Pirates came out guns blazing after having 14 shots but only 3 on targets with 58% ball possession. On the other hand, Uthongathi was able to hold the fort with 6 shots and only 2 on target, with 42% ball possession. The Buccaneers head coach Josef Zinnbauer has shared his opinion on the game, although he will take the win but