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Ex-Aces Goalkeeper Trainer Pens New Overseas Deal

Former Black Aces Goalkeeper Coach Impresses Abroad

By Soccer Laduma - Sep 07, 2017 03:38 PM

Former Mpumalanga Black Aces goalkeeper coach, Ernest Mabouka, has joined a new club in Oman.

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Earlier this year, during the January transfer window, it was reported by the Siya crew that Mabouka had been working as a goalkeeper coach for Omani outfit, Ahli Sidab Club.

Following his impressive work there, the Cameroonian has since been signed by another Omani side in Sur Sport Club for this season, as confirmed by his South African-based agent, Wellington Mpho Machaba, from G and Q Management Sports Agency.

“Coach Ernest has joined a new club in Oman. He has signed a one year contract with Sur Sport Club,” said Machaba.

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The agent confirmed that Mabouka will be keen on a return to Mzansi at some stage, as he wants to further his career with a club in the PSL.

Mabouka worked with the likes of current Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, Jackson Mabokgwane, as well as Calvin Marlin, Energy Murambadoro, Bafana Nhlapo, during his time at Aces.  

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What is of interest that is known about Oman? I for one did not even know there was such a country.
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Where is Omani?
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South African football fans will be glad to see the back of the international break as the PSL returns to action on Tuesday 11 September. The first of the fixtures sees African champions Mamelodi Sundowns play away to Free State Stars at Goble Park. Ka Bo Yellow will be looking to bounce back after going down 2-1 at home to Polokwane City two weeks ago. While the home side will be looking to do better than their last result at home, when they drew 2-all with PSL champions Bidvest Wits. The visitors are fifth on the log while the home side are fourth from bottom with just the solitary point earned against Wits. With just two fixtures in, it’s early days though. Stars’ latest signing Patrick Phungwayo will be looking to make his debut after joining from Orlando Pirates. The Free State club were quite active in the transfer window, signing Bangali Keita, Badra Ali Sangare as well as Sello Japhta who makes a return to the club, also from Pirates. Sundowns have another fixture coming up in the same week as they will be facing Moroccan outfit Wydad Casablanca in the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League at the Lucas Moripe stadium next Saturday. Head-to-head The last time these two sides met it was at the James Motlatsi stadium in April where Sundowns edged the game 1-0 through a Motsheka Madisha goal. It was an even gloomier result for Ea Lla Koto when they met at Loftus Versveld as they were thrashed 4-1. Overall head-to-head stats don’t make for pleasant reading for the home side. In the 25 occasion, these two sides have met sixteen have been won by the visitors while Stars registered just two victories. Seven have been drawn.
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