Month: May 2019
Dondol Stars were not found guilty by SAFA D.C. yesterday that means they will represent Gauteng in ABC Motsepe League play-offs in Western Cape next week.
Gift Links of Cape Town City replaced Phakamani Mahlambi of Mamelodi Sundowns in Bafana Bafana Cosafa Cup squad. According to David Notoane, Mahlambi was released to sort out his personal problems after he arrived late in the camp.
Eric Tinkler saved Maritzburg United from relegation after being appointed at the end of January 2019.
Royal Eagles 0-2 Maritzburg United, Chatsworth Stadium
Siphesihle Ndlovu and Thabiso Kutumela netted for Team of Choice. With this match result, Maritzburg United retained their ABSA Premiership status. Furthermore, Royal Eagles and Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila will remain in National First Division.
Kaizer Chiefs announced on their social media accounts that they will not renew the contract of Ryan Moon which is going to expire on 30 June 2019.
Cape Town City media officer Vusi Ntimane has resigned due to family problems. He announced his departure on his twitter account.
It's an end of an era.
It has been a privilege to work for Cape Town City Football Club as a Media Officer. I have resigned due to family related matters. Thanks to the CTCFC Supporters, Chairman, every staff member including players and Technical Team led by Coach Benni. 👏 pic.twitter.com/RZ7ITr9XOH
— Vusi Ntimane (@manghumani) May 28, 2019
Mikhado will now represent Limpopo in ABC Motsepe League Play-Offs after Madridtas were relegated after found guilty for using improperly registered player.
Maritzburg United need one point from their last two remaining playoff matches inorder to secure their ABSA Premiership Status
Saturday, 25 May 2019
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 2-1 Royal Eagles, Thohoyandou Stadium
Nceba Makhubu opened the scoring for the host. Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo increased the lead for TTM. Levy Mashiane reduced the deficit for the visitors.