9.12.2019 05:12 pm
Here is what you will find in your Mgosi inside Phakaaathi, a soccer publication available free with your copy of The Citizen on Tuesday.
Pirates in hunt for new defenders Another Leopards player wants out Sundowns renew interest in SuperSport star Stellies feel bullied by the PSL
Lebese came clean last week during an interview with Robert Marawa and admitted that his decision to leave Chiefs where he was a regular and one of the fan favourites may have been misguided.
According to a source, Linda Mntambo, Bongani Sam, Asavela Mbekile, Tebogo Tlolane, and Zakhele Lepasa will be sent to the Chilli Boys to get game time.
Swallows FC are said to be considering signing former Kaizer Chiefs winger, Siphiwe Tshabalala who is currently without a club after leaving Turkish side Erzurumspor.
Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis is said to have favourite players in the senior national women’s team and that’s why there are always divisions in the squad.
It is believed Ntseki wanted to travel to Cairo to watch the team, many of whom played under him at youth level.
Mamelodi Sundowns players are said to be gatvol of Gaston Sirino’s behaviour and the way he often loses his temper.
McCarthy is said to be the favourite to take over from interim coach Rulani Mokwena.
There was some tension in the Kaizer Chiefs camp ahead of Sunday’s Telkom Knockout semifinal against Maritzburg United, Phakaaathi sources have claimed.
Khama Billiat excited the Naturena training ground before morning training yesterday, sparking a rumour he might have returned injured from international duty with Zimbabwe.
Myeni hasn’t been with a team since leaving SuperSport United two years ago.
There will not be a lot of changes at Kaizer Chiefs in the January transfer window with the technical team led by Ernst Middendorp said to be happy with what they have.