Latest News Round-Up: Is it The End of the Road for Dan Malesela?

Pitso Mosimane stretches his Al-Ahli Saudi record to 13 games unbeaten

Marumo Gallants suffered their sixth defeat in eight games with a 2-0 loss to Orlando Pirates last night.

As things stand, Gallants are hot favorites for automatic relegation. In twenty matches, Gallants have managed only two wins, nine draws, and suffered nine losses.

With ten games remaining, and the results not improving, Dan Malesela will be a lucky man if he still has a job by the end of this week.

Lyle Foster makes his debut.

Bafana Bafana forward, Lyle Foster made his much-awaited debut for Burnley in their Emirates F.A Cup fifth-round goalless draw against Ipswich Town yesterday.

Foster’s debut, just a week after arriving at Turf Moor is an indication that he was not signed just to add numbers.

Hopefully, the young man will adapt quickly and start doing what he does best, hitting the back of the net.

Thirteen games unbeaten for Pitso Mosimane.

Pitso Mosimane’s Al-Ahli Saudi beat Qaisumah 2-0 to do three points clear at the top of the Saudi Arabian first division log table on Saturday.

Jingles has gone thirteen matches unbeaten in Saudi Arabia and is well on his way to gaining promotion to the premier division.

When you are good, you are good, and Jingles is good, period.

“3 wins in a row! 10 goals in the last 4 games!” Scott Chickelday tweets.

The Orlando Pirates strikers coach seems to be enjoying his job with Amabhakaniya, as his tweet indicated after yesterday’s 2-0 win over Marumo Gallants.

The buccaneers have found a new lease on life since Chickelday’s arrival, and so is Terence Dzvukamanja.

While he was tipped as one of the players to be offloaded, it seems like the Zimbabwean forward has other ideas.

He scored his second goal in three matches for Orlando Pirates yesterday to strengthen his case for a longer stay.  Is it going to rain goals in Orlando from now on? Only time will tell.

Amabhakaniya wants goals, and Dzvukamanja is at their service.

Nange to solve Kaizer Chiefs midfield problems?

Phathutshedzo Nange is back from injury.

He might not be fit enough to help his side get back to winning ways against Royal AM today; he is the best candidate at the moment to strengthen the Kaizer Chiefs midfield.

While the young Samkelo Zwane has shown a lot of promise, Amakhosi have failed to take charge of the midfield both on and off the ball, and Nange might just be the man to give them some steel alongside Yusuf Maart.

Staying at Naturena, it is all systems go for Amakhosi’s new forward, Christian Saile Basomboli.

The Congolese striker’s papers have been sorted out, and he might make his much-anticipated debut today.

Arthur Zwane is desperate for goals, so he might be tempted to play Basomboli today.

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Pitso Mosimane stretches his Al-Ahli Saudi record to 13 games unbeaten
Pitso Mosimane stretches his Al-Ahli Saudi record to 13 games unbeaten