Orlando Pirates will play Motsepe Foundation Championship side, All Stars tomorrow evening at Wits Stadium.
Bucs coach, Jose Riveiro has hinted at possible debut appearances for their newly signed duo, and it may happen against All Stars.
“Marou is our player and Makhaula is our player so it’s a possibility that you will see them on Saturday in Wits at 8 O’clock,” said Riveiro.
Aphelele Teto dropped to the DDC team.
TS Galaxy coach, Sead Ramovic has explained the reason for talented youngster, Aphelele Teto’s disappearance from the Dstv Premiership team.
After starting the season on a high note with eye catching performances in the The Rockets midfield, the 19-year-old slowly faded from the spotlight.
“He’s a very skillful player, talented but he’s 19,” Ramovic told the media today.
“He’s young and sometimes with young players after playing four of five games. They start to think they are Messi and then you have a problem,” he continued.
“I spoke to him many, many times that he has to work harder for himself, he has to improve for himself
“Because if he improves and shows me in every training session he wants to improve and be in the eleven, then he will get a chance,” he added.
“It will be just like he did when we took him from the reserve team, he trained well, played well, and then maybe his friends suddenly put him on a hype then he didn’t train or play well.”
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Downs Under-15’s to play in the Kevin De Bruyne tournament.
Mamelodi Sundowns under-15 team will make history by becoming the first African side to participate in the prestigious Kevin De Bruyne tournament.
Downs will have an opportunity to play against some of the best teams in the world:
FC Bayern München
It doesn’t get bigger than this for the junior Brazilians.
The Downs announcement comes after SAFA made a huge one of their own.
The South African football custodian launched a much needed under-15 inter provincial tournament, which will be used to prepare the national under-17 side for 2025.
Good news for youth development, which has been ignored by the mother body.
Hopefully more programs are in the pipeline.