PSL teams prepare for their next games

Ajax Cape Town

New Urban Warriors forward Erwin Isaacs finished his first day preparing with his new buddies on Monday. It was a twofold session by mentor Roger de Sa and the previous Bidvest Wits man, who has been given the number nine pullover, is savoring the possibility of standard first-group activity.Isaacs specified that he had some major snags attempting to get amusement time in the Wits setup and he feels that coming to Ajax Cape Town was a decent move for him and he will be wanting to get more diversion time at the Cape Town side.Ajax have done well in the Absa Premier League so far and they are in the top four in the log standings behind Chiefs,Wits and Sundowns.The Cape Town based side is now managed by Roger De Sar who has transformed the team to a domestic tittle competitor. De Sar took the post at Ajax after his spell at Orlando Pirates and is now at Urban Warriors  competing for the tittle with the team full of young stars.

AmaZulu

Usuthu mentor Steve Barker has urged the supporters to rally behind the group notwithstanding their critical circumstance. The Durbanites are at the base on the Absa Premiership table, eight focuses uncontrolled of second-base Platinum Stars.The supporters will be exceptionally enter for in the forthcoming matches for the base set team.The mentor likewise guaranteed the fans that every last individual from the group will be putting in one hundred percent and now they require them to rally behind the club. Amazulu are under weight to begin enhancing their amusement as they are put base and the Durban based side being at the danger of assignment.

Chippa United

Winger Joseph Molangoane has come back to preparing following four months on the sidelines because of a broken lower leg. Molangoane has said that he knows he has far to go is however upbeat to once more on the preparation pitch.With the new coach Ernst Middendorp being the new manager for the side Chippa United will be looking to maintain their position in the top 8 hence the remaining games will be crucial for the side. Chippa have pulled a number of good performances in the past couple of games and are in a good position at the moment,however there is still more games to play and the endurance of the team will be key if they want to compete for the top eight tournament next season.

Free State Stars

Stars beat adversaries Bloemfontein Celtic 2-0 in an amicable match through the weekend. The conflict was held at the Welkom Griffons Stadium with Ea Lla Koto scoring through a Musa Nyatama own objective and Thabo Moloi exertion. Both goals came in the second half of the game and the three points will see stars move up from the bottom of the log standings while Amazulu,Swallows and Platinum Stars are still at the bottom.

Kaizer Chiefs

Focus back Tefu Mashamaite has been thinking about Amakhosi’s late mid-season camp at Stellenbosch, just outside Cape Town. Chiefs spent a week in the range as they strengthened arrangements for the second 50% of the term.Mashamaite refered to that the camp helped them to bond and get ready as a group saying that they had an opportunity a chance to revive the points and goals they set out for the season. The camp additionally provided for us an opportunity to assemble our considerations after an extended mid-season break. He likewise included that they will be taking it one amusement at time whilst observing their own advancement in this manner moving forward.

Mamelodi Sundowns

Lindokuhle Mbatha scored the main objective as the Absa Premiership champions finished up their foundation for the following week’s class continuation with a 1-0 weekend win over Bloemfontein Celtic. The well disposed match was themed ‘Battle Against Gangsterism’.It was held at the Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium in a show of backing for the fans who were wounded at the venue amid Siwelele’s association match against Polokwane City in December.

Moroka Swallows

The Birds have belatedly reported the marking of previous Chiefs striker Edwin Sitayitayi from National First Division club Santos. The 22-year-old has scored three objectives in six begins for The Peoples’ Team this season. He joins individual new marking Luyolo Nomandela at the club.

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