If we made a list of the best football players from Namibia, Peter Shalulile's name would definitely be in the top five. Mohammed Ouseb, Robert Nauseb, Henrico Botes, and Virgil Vries will also be on that list if we have to name a few.
Virgil Vries is one of the Namibian professional soccer players who are currently playing in the Premier Soccer League. Not many people from Namibia gets a chance to play in the Premier Soccer League, however, the likes of Virgil Vries and the high flying Peter Shalulile. It has been exactly 10 years now since the Namibian goalkeeper arrived in South Africa.
A previous Kaizer Chiefs and Maritzburg United goalkeeper has flaunted his staggering engine vehicle that is esteemed at nearly R1 million! Previous Kaizer Chiefs and current Swallows FC goalkeeper Virgil Vries might be battling with wounds the second however his ride is something to observe. The Namibian shot-plug has been sidelined with a physical issue that he got while on global obligation with Namibia in 2021.
Former Kaizer Chiefs Star shows off near R1 million Audi speedster! [Pictures ] Virgil Vries is a Namibian footballer who plays for Moroka Swallows. Vries was born on the 29th of March 1989 in Keetmanshoop, Namibia. Growing up Vries used to play as an attacking midfielder but he changed to his best position as a goalkeeper.
Virgil Vries is a Moroka Swallows footballer from Namibia. Vries was born in Keetmanshoop, Namibia, on March 29, 1989. Vries began his career as an attacking midfielder before settling into his finest position as a goalie. Kick by Vries He began his PSL career in 2013 when he joined Maritzburg United and stayed with them for five years before joining Baroka in 2018.
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Nigeria born goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi is one of the keepers who are currently under the books of the Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs Football Club. The Glamour Boys unexpectedly announced the signed of Daniel Akpeyi from Chippa united back in January 2019. The 34-year old will face a tough competition after the arrival of the former Bidvest wits goalkeeper Brandon Peterson.
If we were to compile a list of some of the best footballers to ever come out of Namibia, the name Peter Shalulile will definitely without a doubt feature in the top five. If we to name a few, Mohammed Ouseb, Robert Nauseb, Henrico Botes and Virgil Vries will definitely also make it to that list.
Virgil Christo Vries is the former Baroka and Kaizer Chiefs Football Club goalkeeper who made his mark which playing for the Pietermaritzburg based side, Maritzburg United. The Namibian international is now playing for the Soweto based side Swallows Football Club. At the age of only 32, Virgil Vries has played for nine clubs in total.
SOWETO : As preparations for the upcoming season nears an end, clubs have unveiled new kits and players and Swallows have been exception. The Dube birds have on Tuesday announced their full squad alongside the jersey number of the players ahead of the new season. With Simo Dladla having joined the technical team as assistant coach to Brandon Truter, the job at hand was to acquire the right players as they aim to compete this season.
South Africa is arguably one of liveliest and diverse countries in the world. There are a lot of things that have forced the rest to take notice as the talent has been oozing from different avenues. The PSL has been attracting players from other parts of the continents for decades and more recently we saw an increased influx.
TS Galaxy v Kaizer Chiefs. Sunday 5 pm the last match of game day 1 got underway at Mbombela stadium with the Soweto Giants Kaizer Chiefs facing another team that has became a pain for them and their supporters since they beat them to win the Nedbank Cup in 2019 through a last minute Zakhele Lepasa penalty.
Former Kaizer Chiefs left-back Yagan Sasman has joined Swallows FC as a new player. The Dube Birds have also confirmed the return of Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Given Thibedi. Thibedi has been on loan at Swallows for the past two seasons, although it is unclear whether he is back on loan or has signed permanently this time.
On Sunday afternoon, SuperSport United defeated Swallows FC 3-0 to make it back-to-back victories in the DStv Premiership. Buhle Mkhwanazi made his United debut, while Kagiso Malinga and Keletso Makgalwa were given starts by the Swallows following their loss to the Orlando Pirates. Thamsanqa Gabuza made a half-hearted attempt for SuperSport before Teboho Mokoena took aim with a header from a corner kick by Jamie Webber.
Mamelodi Sundowns and Swallows FC seem to be working on some sort of partnership. There has been plenty of Mamelodi Sundowns players linked with a move to Swallows FC. It has been reported earlier last month that Jody February would join Swallows FC on a loan. Mamelodi Sundowns has plenty of players that are not making much of appearances, and in goalkeeping department they have more than five goalkeepers.
Swallows coach Brandon Truter has showed to the Siya group that his crew is equivalent to a health facility ward with several key players out and possibly going into their conflict in opposition to Orlando Pirates on Saturday with out a left returned. The Dube Birds return to DStv Premiership motion after the global damage and this is a massive blow for Swallows of their tries to purpose but every other upset after dumping the Buccaneers out of the MTN8 competition last month.
CAPE TOWN - Cape Town City may additionally rue lacking a host of probabilities of their MTN8 first-leg home semi-final in opposition to Swallows FC at Athlone Stadium on Sunday. The home side dominated possession, and had a plethora of possibilities specially all through the very last 10 mins once they raided the Swallows purpose, however may want to discover a manner to get the ball into the back of the net because the site visitors hung on for a goalless draw to take back to Dobsonville.
Coach Brandon Truter admitted to the Siya crew that his club is resembled a hospital ward, with numerous key players missing and the possibility of playing without a left back against the Orlando Pirates on Saturday. Following dumping the Buccaneers out of the MTN8 tournament last month, the Dube Birds return to DStv Premiership action after the international break, and this is a major setback for Swallows in their attempts to make another upset.
As recently revealed by Soccer Laduma, goalkeeper Jody February was one of a few players offered by the ruling DStv Premiership champions to the Dube Birds as of late and it's currently accepted an advance arrangement has been consented to on a basic level. The Siya team has it on great power that Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns are finishing the most recent arrangement between the two clubs.
Eminent specialist Jazzman Mahlakgane, who addresses a portion of the top players in Mzansi, has remarked on a goalkeeper whose future has seemed to remain in a critical state. In the wake of showing up in Swallows' DStv Premiership crusade, goalkeeper Virgil Vries has been connected with an exit from the club, however the Namibian worldwide has been upset by injury in his advancement this season.
In English there's been an old adage saying that "I have learnt from the best ,I have learnt from You" which in Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeping department can be associated with Bruce Bvuma who has been learning a lot from Itumeleng Khune The bravery that Bvuma is showing these days between the sticks at Kaizer Chiefs is truly paying dividends for Amakhosi in the absence of Khune