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Magesi Lead, Race For Playoffs Heats Up

Log leaders Magesi are now two points ahead of AmaTuks after midweek Motsepe Foundation Championship results, with the race for third heating up. Magesi drew 2-2 with Hungry Lions, but AmaTuks missed an opportunity to overtake them when they lost 2-0 to Maritzburg. That saw the Team of Choice jump up...

Larsen’s Predictions For PSL Promotion Race

Magesi FC head coach Clinton Larsen is predicting that teams are still going to drop points, as the race for promotion from the Motsepe Foundation Championship intensifies. Larsen said this after his side dropped two points against Hungry Lions at home in the league however maintained their unbeaten run in...

Former Varsity Cup Star Attracts Interest From Europe

Ex-Baroka FC striker Tristian Nikitaridis has attracted interest from Cyprus, Libya and Motsepe Foundation Championship side Magesi. Nikitaridis, 24, was formally with the University Of Pretoria and Baroka before becoming a free agent at the beginning of the season. Motsepe Foundation Championship side La Masia was close to sign the...

La Masia Part Ways With Klate

Motsepe Foundation Championship side NB La Masia has decided to sack Daine Klate after a run of indifferent results. Klate was appointed as the NB La Masia head coach in October following a poor start from the Gauteng-based side. La Masia has been struggling under the leadership of Klate having...

Magesi & Tuks Open Gap

Magesi and the University of Pretoria both won their games on the weekend to hold onto the top two positions in the Motsepe Foundation Championship. Magesi beat third-placed Orbit College, with Tuks beat eighth-placed Casric Stars, as the race for promotion heats up with seven games to go. There were important...

Magesi Stay Top Of MFC

Clinton Larsen’s Magesi remain top of the Motsepe Foundation Championship after this week’s round of midweek games. Magesi won 3-1 at Pretoria Callies to move to 42 points after 22 matches played, one point ahead of AmaTuks, who beat Milford 1-0 to maintain their promotion challenge. But there was a loss...

Leopards Secure New Signing

Motsepe Foundation Championship side Black Leopards have completed the signing of former Polokwane City midfielder Boysen Mbatha. Mbatha recently parted ways with Pretoria Callies after spending a year with side. The 29-year-old arrived at Callies back in January 2023 and helped the Tshwane-based side survive relegation. After showing his class and...

Rulani – Former Black Poison Kid Can Become Big Star In SA

Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Rulani Mokwena has tipped AmaTuks midfielder Camagu Mdevulana, who played for Black Poison, as one to watch out for in the future. The youngster is currently on loan at University of Pretoria from Sundowns and has impressed in his 12 appearances for the club in the...

Former Pirates Man Lands New PSL Club

Motsepe Foundation Championship side Platinum City Rovers have completed the signing of former Orlando Pirates midfielder Nkanyiso Zungu. A week ago, iDiskiTimes reported that the 28-year-old midfielder arrived at Rosettenville where Rovers train and had his first training session. This publication can confirm that Zungu has finally put pen on paper...

Magesi Remain In Pole Position

Magesi remains top of the Motsepe Foundation Championship after beating Black Leopards in a Limpopo derby. Magesi won 1-0 on Saturday to return to the summit, after Tuks had briefly gone top after their 2-1 win over Hungry Lions on Friday. There were also good wins for two Tshwane sides as...
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