Virgil Vries is a Namibian well-known goalkeeper who is now playing for the Soweto based side Swallows Football Club.Many might remember the 32-year old as an outstanding goalkeeper at the Pietermaritzburg based side Maritzburg united.He also moved to Limpopo where he joined Baroka and stayed for only one year before moving to the Glamour Boys.
Regardless of not effectively searching for a club, a previous Kaizer Chiefs player has no plans of resigning from the game Bongolwethu Jayiya has been without a club since leaving Amakhosi in 2019, when he was delivered with any semblance of Hendrick Ekstein, Gustavo Paez, Kgotso Malope and Virgil Vries.
As people, we take inspiration from many things, even something that is written somewhere can give one courage.Take for example, former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Virgil Vries wrote the words "God Is Great" on his car tyres which is an Audi.
By Marlon Thuynsma Our Namibian neighbours has always had representation in the Premier Soccer League.Currently their 8 Namibians active in the PSL.The list includes Cape United's Loydt Kazapua, Baroka's Ananias Gerbhardt and Golden Arrows' Maximilian Mbaeva.
Daniel Akpeyi is a well-known Nigerian's number 1 goalkeeper, who is currently playing for the Naturena based side Kaizer chiefs. Akpeyi joined the Glamour Boys last year in January. Daniel Akpeyi's arrival at Kaizer chiefs came as a shock, really unexpected as he was one of those goalkeepers who commit school boy errors in the field. When he arrive last year January, Kaizer chiefs supporters showed so much anger. However, they did not have much options since their captain Itumeleng Khune was injured. Daniel
Failing Kaizer Chiefs striker Lazarous Kambole ought to before long find himself clubless have to his structure presently don't improve reliable with Kaizer Chiefs head show Gavin Hunt.
Brilliant Arrows climbed to fourth on the 2020-21 DStv Premiership standings with a 3-1 success over Black Leopards at Thohoyandou Stadium in one of two matches on Sunday.
JOHANNESBURG - Orlando Pirates mentor Josef Zinnbauer cut a disillusioned figure after his group were denied a punishment against Swallows FC during the "first Soweto derby" at home on Sunday, yet yields they ought to have exploited different chances. With scarcely 20 minutes to go, Fortune Makaringe was brought somewhere near Tlakusani Mthwetha inside Swallows' punishment territory. Ref Jelly Chavani blew his whistle. In any case, after some stalling, which included counseling his right hand, he booked
Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt was left frustrated after watching his side drop points against Moroka Swallows on Tuesday evening. Chiefs were beaten 1-0 by on form Swallows at Dobsonville Stadium. Amakhosi came into the match after playing to a disappointing 2-2 draw against Golden Arrows on weekend. Chiefs last won a match when they beat Chippa United earlier this season. Golden Arrows first goal came from the penalty spot, after Willard Katsande was punished for a foul that Television replays later showed
Misfiring Kaizer Chiefs striker Lazarous Kambole could soon find himself clubless should his form not improve according to Kaizer Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt.
Swallows FC coach Brendon Truter praises three veteran professional footballers for helping his team win the GladAfrica Championship. According to the coach, the important thing for his current team is not to allow pressure because it could put them down and they want to come back and play in the Premiership next season. The Dube Birds are just three points adrift of Ajax Cape Town at the top of the log after holding on to a 1-0 victory on Tuesday. Ajax and Swallows have three games left and it is clear where
After so many years of no football and fame, former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Lebogang "Cheeseboy" Mokeona is finally back in the PSL after their victorious fight in the Glad Africa Championship. Mokoena was already forgotten in the South African Football but he never gave up even after struggling to find a team even in the lower divisions. Mokoena was given a chance by Moroka Swallows and given an armbelt as their captain. He took them straight to the PSL They fought so hard even when
In the last game that Onynago played Sundowns recorded a normal 2-0 win over Chippa United to keep up their unbeaten association run. That outcome implied Onyango bounced up to 10 clean sheets in just his fourteenth alliance coordinate – probably the speediest scramble to a twofold figure clean sheets include ever in PSL history. So hard to beat has the Ugandan been that he has just yielded four objectives in 14 alliance coordinates and is yet to surrender twice in a solitary game this term. Of the guardians
It is without a doubt that Orlando Pirates is the best attacking and organized team in the Dstv Premiership. It is playing the best and fastest attacking football and has assembled all the arsenals to clinch the coveted Dstv Premiership. It is very disappointing to see the Mighty Buccaneers losing the easiest games under the tutelage of Josef Zinbauer. This weekend it is going to be a war between the Sea Robbers and the high flying Swallows FC. Maswaswai are currently occupying the second spot in the Dstv Premiership
FOR all their well-documented shortcomings, the Brave Warriors did not look out of place against Bafana Bafana on Thursday when earning a deserved 1-1 draw at Rustenburg. If anything, their fancied hosts emerged from the international friendly match with more bruises than they expected from a rival bereft of competitive action for 18 months. With the exception of Virgil Vries, Ananias Gebhardt and Peter Shalulile, who all play in South Africa's lucrative premiership, Namibia's starting 11 were a band of amateurs
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt has expressed disappointment at his team's profligacy in front of goal while also ruing the disallowed goal in their 1-0 defeat to Swallows FC last night. By Mbedzi M Theshano (Image: The South African) Chiefs missed a litany of chances to take the lead against their newly-promoted opponents, Philani Zulu hit the crossbar in the first-half, while Daniel Cardoso had a goal disallowed for bundling goalkeeper Virgil Vries. Despite their apparent lack of attacking ammunition,
Lazarous Kambole could before long get himself clubless should his structure not improve as indicated by Kaizer Chiefs lead trainer Gavin Hunt.
NAMIBIAN footballers live in painful poverty while flourishing football bosses continue with their endless squabbles, lamented senior Brave Warriors who have had enough and demand an end to the madness which has grounded the game for over 19 months, leaving scores of youths unemployed and destitute. On Tuesday, experienced regulars Virgil Vries, Chris Katjiukua, Riaan !Hananub, Ananias Gehardt and Sadney Urikhob released coordinated video recordings in which they plead with the Namibia Football Association and
He made horrendous blunders at Kaizer Chiefs that his own supporters turned their backs on him. In one game, injured Itumeleng Khune was seen on Television replay holding his head and opening his mouth in awe as the young goalkeeper let in an easy looking ball. His confidence hit rock bottom at Kaizer Chiefs and it was time for him to move on. He had to craft up a crisis plan that would help him rise again from the echelons of misery. He was out and defeated. But in a sudden twist of fate, the former Kaizer
Moroka Swallows are back in the PSL nad they're back with a bang, Swallows is one of the biggest teams in South Africa, even though Swallows once lost it's status and was relegated to the NFD and the following season to the ABC Motsepe League, Moroka Swallows was rejuvenated and structured again. After such a long time without playing in the PSL the Dube Birds are now back in the PSL and are back with a bang, Swallows currently occupy the summit of the DSTV Premier Soccer League table. The Soweto giants made