26.11.2020 07:28 pm
“Yeah, I am open to it… as long as I can play Caf (Afcon) and at the World Cup, then it’s a dream come true,” said the Chippa United striker.
Chippa United's Nigerian-born striker Augustine Kwem has revealed his ambition to play for a national team at the Afcon and the World Cup, and that he would be open to a Bafana Bafana call-up.
This is the second time Kekana has been nominated for award after losing lost out to Malaysian striker Mohd Faiz Subri in 2016.
“I’m so honoured and humbled to be muralised on a wall in the city I love alongside Kalvin Phillips and fellow South African the legendary Albert Johanneson who paved the way for black footballers,” said a tweet from Lucas Radebe after he saw pictures of the mural in the heart of Leeds.
Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer has lauded striker Zakhele Lepasa for his contributions in the team lately, but says the 23-year old still needs a bit of improvement in his game.
“He has played lot of football, that what we must know also, loss of form is caused by too much football, and must be aligned with rest,’’ explained Warrior legend Peter Ndlovu.
With fixtures coming thick and fast, there isn’t even much time for Hunt to fix any problems on the training ground.
Amajimbos managed to register their first three points in the Under-17 Cosafa Cup following their meeting with Angola at Gelvendale in Nelson Mandela Bay on Tuesday.
A goal by substitute Joseph Mhlongo was enough to earn the Birds a shock 1-0 win over the struggling Amakhosi outfit at Dobsonville Stadium on Tuesday night.
“He is coming back here and I think it is just to iron out a few issues before he is hired. He is a top favourite of the chairman, and they have an understanding.
“Obviously disappointed… They had one chance and they scored. They weren’t much of a threat the whole night, I don’t think there was any threat at all. But you have to score,” said Hunt in a TV post-match interview.
Amakhosi did have a ‘goal’ ruled out, but in the end Gavin Hunt’s side slumped to another defeat while Swallows go top of the table.
PSL chairman Irvin Khoza must be a very worried man as he nears his retirement from football. And he should be.
“It’s a normal situation when a coach goes, players start thinking about what’s going to happen,” said Buckley after he was handed the reins at United.
“After playing on Saturday and having to play on again Tuesday, you can only go through a few things and talk about it,” said Hunt ahead of their clash with Golden Arrows.