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Mashaba In Dispute With Sundowns

Mzikayise Mashaba Is In Dispute With Mamelodi Sundowns

By Soccer Laduma - Sep 19, 2017 10:11 AM

Mamelodi Sundowns are currently in dispute with one of their utility players who is in the final year of his contract at the club.

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Mzikayise Mashaba, who has been sidelined for up to six months after an injury to his foot, is having issues with management at the Chloorkop-based club, this according to Siya sources.

The 28-year-old is presently in the last year of his contract at the club and as things stand, the player will not be donning the Ka Bo Yellow colours anytime soon.

Sources have added that Mashaba and his camp are currently sorting out certain issues regarding the player, which is expected to be resolved in an amicable manner. 

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However, the player’s immediate future at Sundowns has been under much speculation for quite some time, with Mashaba recently being linked with a move away from the club during the July/August transfer window period.

At this point, it remains to be seen what decision will be made on the club’s matter with Mashaba and whether or not the player will continue on the books of Masandawana despite facing a lengthy layoff from football. 


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JAGUAR89 Joined: 27 Aug 2013
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JAGUAR89 Sep 26, 2017 07:16 AM
@@McCoora my brother after net he pocket R90 000
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@McCoora Sep 24, 2017 11:08 PM
@JAGUAR89 you are inaccurate Billiat's contract was renewed late last year he sits on that same salary package we were paying Pelembe ±R120 000,but next window on Jan he is allowed to leave
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JAGUAR89 Sep 23, 2017 09:18 AM
@@McCoora he is currently earning R90 000 net salary! So the reason he is on lock horns with Sundowns is that, he want to be valued at that club because he done much! So he want R200 000 net salary
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YelloLion Sep 20, 2017 04:14 PM
Go to Chips and join Rama on sick/injury bay cause u will not contribute anything to our second Star at least we gave u the African medal without kicking da ball. The soldiers are in Morocco as we speak just go where u will lazy around the Zoo doing nothing tshana
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kereemang Sep 19, 2017 11:24 PM
@mabenamusa4 don't owe any player money son
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Kurato Sep 19, 2017 05:07 PM
He will fit at Cowzer Chips like Manqele,Mphela,etc
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ephiasmohlala@gmail.com Sep 19, 2017 03:49 PM
Mashaba is a khosi
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Mtwesi Sep 19, 2017 02:07 PM
Mashaba must leave Sundowns and join cape town city
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mabenamusa4 Sep 19, 2017 01:59 PM
@Realydoctor10 not true
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the great khosiological Sep 19, 2017 12:40 PM
fresher news cowditor
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the great khosiological Joined: 03 Aug 2011
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the great khosiological Sep 19, 2017 12:38 PM
cowditor my source told me Mashaba has being shown the door at sunflops, but they sunflops are denying him access to his clearance
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TMAN-B Sep 19, 2017 12:12 PM
SL is always late or report wrong info, mashaba contract at sundowns has been terminated and he is waiting for his clerence so that he can join a new team
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Realydoctor10 Sep 19, 2017 12:11 PM
@mabenamusa4 "It was him an Themba Zwane bra
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setlaboswana Sep 19, 2017 12:08 PM
How Downs deal with players' disputes/contracts leaves much to be desired. I am not impressed.
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fandangos Sep 19, 2017 11:50 AM
this guy is cursed wth injuries qhaaa,,,akuna lutho laaa
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ndleleni_89 Sep 19, 2017 11:41 AM
let him go farewell to him.
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Paseka JS Sep 19, 2017 11:34 AM
Mashaba is world class player but without respect he is useless
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iDunu Sep 19, 2017 11:30 AM
Why Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he owes debt of gratitude to Bafana?? Sundowns overcame insurmountable odds to win a maiden African Champions League last year and they are course to defending their title this year. Their title defence has had many challenges and the nation’s soccer lovers will have stood aghast at the sight of Morocco side Wydad Athletics’ technical staff charging at their Sundowns counterparts in the closing minutes of a heated African Champions League first leg quarterfinal at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday afternoon. But while the huge crowd that attended the game gasped at the unusual sight of the match officials desperately trying to prevent the incensed Moroccans from starting a skirmish inside the Brazilians’ technical area‚ Mosimane seemed unfazed by the commotion and had the calm demeanour of a man taking a stroll in his garden. ‘‘I was with the South African Football Association for five years (coaching Bafana Bafana) and I learnt a lot about international football‚ and that helps us here (at Sundowns) now‚” Mosimane said. ‘‘That’s why sometimes it is important to get the experience (on the continent). And that is why I left SuperSport United to join Bafana because I needed to understand international football. ‘‘I spent seven years at SuperSport and I could have stayed there for 10 or 12 years maybe. But what’s the point? I needed to update my programmes and learn. ‘‘So I went to Bafana to understand and learn. "We played all these North African countries. We played Egypt here (in SA) and Killer (Katlego Mphela) scored the goal here‚ they went away and they never scored.” North African sides take great pride in intimidating the opposition and they typically upped the tempo after Yannick Zakri gave Sundowns the lead late in the second half with the lone strike that would win the match 1-0. But Mosimane said he was never bothered by the Moroccans’ antics‚ even after the final whistle. ‘‘You go to Setif (to face Algeria side ES Setif) and they intimidate you. They burn things and they come inside the pitch. It is unbelievable‚” Mosimane said. ‘‘Zamalek — you saw the bottles they threw at us in Egypt. Their technical team was attacking us. ‘‘You must frustrate them. You must understand the North Africans. I know it very well and that is one part of the continent I wanted to know and understand very well.” Incredibly‚ the Moroccans were seemingly not even bothered by the huge crowd that attended Sunday’s game in Atteridgeville and they went looking for a fight. If you did not know any better‚ you would have assumed that they were playing at home in Morocco. ‘‘We know the mentality‚ you saw what happened‚” Mosimane said. ‘‘They come to our bench‚ you know........ it’s not that they are bad‚ it is the culture and it’s the mentality. ‘‘We played Zamalek in the Champions League final in Alexandria last year and they came to our bench. Remember? ‘‘But in South Africa if I go to the opposition’s bench I will be sent off to the stands. But it’s okay‚ we understand this. ‘‘It’s nothing man‚ it doesn’t mean anything. It is the culture‚ it is the mentality‚ it is the belief — it is North Africans. They blow their fuse and they’ve got a short fuse. ‘‘But my boys know this thing. "We went to Setif‚ we went to Zamalek‚ we’ve been to Espérance (Tunisia) and now we are going to these ones (Wydad) in the quarterfinal second leg on Saturday.”
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iDunu Sep 19, 2017 11:22 AM
Sundowns departed for Morocco on Monday night and Mosimane said while they expect Wydad to step up the intimidation antics after losing the first leg 1-0 in Pretoria on Sunday afternoon‚ his players are mentally prepared for whatever is thrown at them after surviving the worst kind harassment during their Champions League-winning run last year. “We have a lot of experience to be honest and we are not going to be intimidated‚” he said. “This game can never be bigger than Zamalek in Alexandra - it can never be bigger than that. “That is the ultimate full house and these guys (his players) have been there. "Imagine us saying now we are worried about being intimidated when we have been to Setif (Algeria). “You know what is happening in Algeria? Oh it’s not funny! “They (the fans) go inside the pitch and when their team does not score‚ they go inside and stop the match. “I told the guys (when Sundowns played against Setif in a Champions League group match in June last year) that ‘no don’t worry about the people outside‚ the game is on the pitch.’ “The next thing suddenly people are inside the pitch and the players said ‘coach‚ you said people won’t come on the pitch and now they are on the pitch.’ "We ran to the changeroom. What are we going to do?” So heated was that encounter in Algeria that the Confederation of African Football disqualified Setif for pitch invasion and other unsavoury incidents that took place during the game against Sundowns. Mosimane said while he would have loved to go to Morocco with more than one goal in the bag‚ he was happy that they did not concede an away goal at home. “I would have loved to get a second goal (in Pretoria) but we could not buy a second one. If you want to be in the semifinals‚ you have to fight for it‚” he said. “No one is going to give it to you. We have been through this and let’s go through it again. We are strong boys and we got a lot of international players. “Denis Onyango‚ a lot of Bafana players in the team….. They (Bafana players in the Sundowns team) went to Nigeria (and beat the Super Eagles 2-0 in a 2019 African Nations Cup qualifier in June). “At one stage we had about five‚ six‚ seven players in Bafana. Okay‚ we must exclude Keagan Dolly‚ Bongani Zungu and Rama Mphahlele (they have all left to join other teams). “But they have been there and they know what is needed – they are strong boys.” Sundowns have some injury problems to contend with and Mosimane took his whole squad to Morocco on Monday in the hope that some of the players in the sickbay would recover while on the road in time to face Wydad. “I am taking 25 players with me. Whoever comes back (from injury) will come back‚ you never know. “So I will take everybody – I will take a full bus‚ you know. I will take the whole medical team - two doctors‚ everything‚ physios and everything. It is wafa wafa now huh‚ and these are the last matches. “It is either you get into the semifinals or you are out of the Champions League. If I can get one more (player) upfront‚ and the one who looks likely to be there could be Khama (Billiat). “But Khama also‚ the mentality must be there and he must be right.”
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mabenamusa4 Sep 19, 2017 11:22 AM
@Soldier4Khosi at least there is one khosi who read and blog according to what he read than all those who blog out of hatreat and throw insults and call team by names because not supporting that team

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