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Broos Explains Mokoena HT Sub

Broos Explains Mokoena HT Sub

Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos has explained why Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Teboho Mokoena was substituted at half-time against France. The 25-year-old has been a regular in Broos’ selections since the Belgian tactician took over the reigns for Bafana. However, on Tuesday evening Mokoena and Fagrie Lakay were taken off at the break, with Broos explaining he was hoping Goodman Mosele would give the midfield more power. “I think that Teboho had the little bit problems with whether the French opponents,” he said after the match. “It was also not good...
Modise’s Honest Admission Over Tebza’s Downs Move

Modise’s Honest Admission Over Tebza’s Downs Move

Teboho Mokoena joining Mamelodi Sundowns from SuperSport United was arguably the biggest transfer of the PSL season so far and Teko Modise believes it will take his game to the next level. The Bafana Bafana star divided opinion when he made the switch to their Tshwane rivals last month with two major factors being debated; his status as one of the nations’ finest players and the competition for places at Sundowns. Sections of local football fans believed Mokoena should have opted for a move abroad instead of the lucrative switch to Chloorkop...
Doctor – No Disrespect To Chiefs & Pirates, But Downs Are Best

Doctor – No Disrespect To Chiefs & Pirates, But Downs Are Best

Kaizer Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo has backed Teboho Mokoena’s move to Mamelodi Sundowns, saying he is going to the best team in the country. Mokoena completed a stunning move to Masandawana in the January transfer window, signing a three-and-a-half year deal with an option of an additional year at Chloorkop. Khumalo spoke to iDiskiTV about Mokoena’s move at the launch of Sundowns new original YouTube series and explained why he believes the Bafana Bafana midfielder made the right move. “I think let me first congratulate him for achieving...
Matthews Reveals Why They Allowed Mokoena To Move

Matthews Reveals Why They Allowed Mokoena To Move

SuperSport United CEO, Stan Matthews has revealed the reasoning for their decision to allow Bafana Bafana midfielder Teboho Mokoena to join Mamelodi Sundowns midway through the season. The battle for Mokoena’s signature came to an end after the midfielder signed a three-and-a-half year deal with an option to extend by a year with Sundowns on Thursday. Mokoena was linked with Kaizer Chiefs and RSC Anderlecht, amongst others, while he was at SuperSport United – however, Matthews has explained Masandawana had wanted the player for a long time....
Mokoena – Why I Joined Downs

Mokoena – Why I Joined Downs

New Mamelodi Sundowns signing, Teboho Mokoena, who was also linked with Kaizer Chiefs and RSC Anderlecht, has revealed why he joined the DStv Premiership champions. The 25-year-old put pen to paper on a three-and-a-half year deal which includes an option to be extended by an additional year after leaving SuperSport United for an undisclosed fee. Mokoena says he opted to join Masandawana because he wants to add more silverware to his trophy cabinet and compete in the CAF Champions League. “I want to take this time to show appreciation, I am very proud...
Official: Sundowns’ Major Mokoena Transfer Confirmed

Official: Sundowns’ Major Mokoena Transfer Confirmed

Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed the signing of Bafana Bafana midfielder Teboho Mokoena for an undisclosed fee. The 25-year-old joins Masandawana from SuperSport United after agreeing personal terms on a move last week. He’s signed a three-and-a-half year deal with an option of an additional year at Chloorkop. There was interest from Kaizer Chiefs in the player as well as a late attempt by Belgium giants Anderlecht to snatch him but Mokoena joined Downs on a deal with Masandawana. SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundowns have agreed terms for the...
Official: Sundowns’ Major Mokoena Transfer Confirmed

Chiefs Set Record Straight On Mokoena Talks

Kaizer Chiefs have broken their silence on reports linking Teboho Mokoena with a move to Naturena and confirmed they did actually hold talks with the SuperSport United midfielder. Mokoena, 25, seems set to join Mamelodi Sundowns after agreeing to terms with the club last week and only final details between Masandawana and Matsasansa to be finalised. However, Sundowns were not the only club in South Africa interested in the Bafana Bafana international, with Chiefs showing their interest. “There was interest, from Kaizer Chiefs in particular, but I think...
Khanye Names Three PSL Stars Chiefs Should Sign

Khanye Names Three PSL Stars Chiefs Should Sign

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder has revealed which three players he’d want Amakhosi to sign this month. The iDiskiTV analyst has been impressed by several players in the first half of the campaign so far and believes the Glamour Boys should strengthen their ranks in January. Khanye insisted that he would be very excited, if Chiefs could sign Sipho Mbule, who has been linked with a move to Soweto. “Mbule, if Chiefs can buy him, wow. And then you get a defensive midfielder like [Teboho] Mokoena. Even if they bring him [Mbule] in alone, he’s going to...
Official: Sundowns’ Major Mokoena Transfer Confirmed

Matthews – SSU Will Allow Mokoena ‘Big Money’ Move

SuperSport United CEO Stan Matthews has confirmed that club’s star Teboho Mokoena will be allowed to leave the club in an expected ‘big-money move’ at the end of the season. The 24-year-old has been settled at Matsatsantsa for the past six years and on many occasions, he has been linked with a transfer move to local clubs such as Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns as well as overseas. At the time, he could not move as the team felt it was not a good time, however, Matthews, has now put it on record that it’s the right time to...
Rulani Coy On Mbule & Mokoena Talk

Rulani Coy On Mbule & Mokoena Talk

Mamelodi Sundowns co-head coach Rulani Mokwena was coy to talk about speculation linking the champions with a move for Sipho Mbule and Teboho Mokoena. Masandawana have brought in six new players this window so far, namely Pavol Safranko, Divine Lunga, Neo Maela, Sifiso Ngobeni, Thabiso Kutumela and Grant Kekana. Letsoalo Confirms Royal AM Future However, the talk around SuperSport United duo Mbule and Mokoena never died down, with both of them also being linked with Kaizer Chiefs. As time is running out on deadline day, it seems unlikely the duo will...