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Sundowns Goalkeeper To Stay Until January?

Thela Ngobeni Is Set To Remain With Mamelodi Sundowns For Now

By Soccer Laduma - Aug 10, 2018 01:43 PM

Thela Ngobeni, who returned to the Chloorkop-based club from his loan stint with Free State Stars, will see out his contract with Sundowns at least, until January next year.

Ngobeni will be able to sign a pre-contract come next year January where he will enter the final six months of his contract with Sundowns, however, in the meantime, the fight for game-time will continue.

Read more: 10 Of Sundowns Highest Valued Players 

Masandawana currently have Ngobeni, Denis Onyango, Kennedy Mweene and Reyaad Pieterse on their books as goalkeepers, with Brimah Razak’s exit yet to be confirmed by the club.

Mweene came on as a substitute for Onyango last night, after the player received a blow to his head, with it yet to be confirmed whether he will be fit for this weekend.

Should Onyango be ruled out of action when Sundowns host Golden Arrows in the MTN8 competition, it remains to be seen whether Ngobeni will be on the bench, or if Mosimane will be adding Pieterse to his matchday squad. 


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Uncle12 Joined: 11 Aug 2018
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Uncle12 Aug 11, 2018 04:14 AM
Bobby pls bring back this former KC goalkeeper
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Mtwesi Aug 10, 2018 04:09 PM
They want to make sure that they are killing his career. Anyway Mr editor how old is this former kaizer chiefs goalkeeper?
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Bongz4bucs.. Aug 10, 2018 04:02 PM
Pitso just let the boy go for God sake
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Line's Man... Aug 10, 2018 02:29 PM
Phakamani Mahlambi is training alone at Egyptian Premier League giants Al Ahly after handing in a transfer request at the club. A picture did the rounds on social media on Thursday of the 20-year-old training by himself while the rest of the squad was gathered in the background. And the player’s representative‚ Glyn Binkin‚ has confirmed to TimesLIVE that Mahlambi has been asked to train on his own. “He is training alone as he has requested a transfer from the club. There are no injury issues or other issues whatsoever‚” Binkin said on Friday. Mahlambi had been subject of a chase by Mamelodi Sundowns in this transfer window and had appeared set to leave the club before an injury to Nigerian forward Junior Ajayi brought the Bafana Bafana youngster back into the reckoning for new coach Patrice Carteron. Mahlambi and Ajayi play in the same position and he is being used as cover for now‚ but will not be needed for the next set of matches. It is also unclear whether Sundowns’ pursuit of the former Bidvest Wits player has ended now that they have signed Lebohang Maboe from Maritzburg United‚ though his transfer request suggests Downs might still be interested. The 20-year-old last featured for Ahly in their surprise 2-0 away loss to KCCA in the Champions League in May. He joined the Cairo giants at the start of the season from Wits and made 15 appearances in his maiden campaign‚ scoring a single goal. He won the last of his two Bafana caps against Angola in the Four Nations Tournament that South Africa won in Zambia in March.
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SowetoBOY Aug 10, 2018 02:15 PM
This guy is just happy being in the stands and showing Blessers FC money while being send on loan.
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