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Ex-Ubuntu Talent Secures R78m Transfer In Europe

Former Ubuntu Academy defender Munashe Garananga has completed a lucrative switch to FC. København. The 23-year-old left Ubuntu in 2020 for a move to Belarus with Dynamo Brest and has since enjoyed a meteoric rise in Europe with FC Sheriff and KV Mechelen in Moldova and Belgium over the next...

CT City’s New Head of Youth Confirmed

Former Ubuntu Football coach and academy director Moritz Kossmann, who has become a regular columnist in the iDiski Times newspaper, has joined Cape Town City as their DStv Diski Challenge coach and Head of Youth. The master tactician has been with Ubuntu as a head coach for the last three...

City Confirm Two New Signings

Cape Town City has landed two youngsters from Ubuntu Football Club. The Cape Town-based side has produced some quality players over the years and has dominated youth tournaments. Bafana Bafana defender Luke Fleurs and midfielder Jessie Donn came through the club’s development and have since moved on to Supersport United. Recently...

Ubuntu Graduate Heads To Belarus

Cape Town football academy Ubuntu, the 2019 national Engen champions, and last year's runners-up, have their first graduate sign with a European team. Ubuntu announced on Friday that Munashe Garananga had signed with Dynamo Brest in Belarus. The 2019 Belarus champions are currently sixth in the Belarus Premier League. The 21-year-old...

Ubuntu Team Up With Norwegian Champs

Ubuntu Football Academy in Cape Town have announced a collaboration with Norwegian champions Bodø/Glimt. It is exactly ten years ago that the academy was founded by Michael Jenkins and Casey Prince. They have produced a number of very good young footballers over the years, with the most high profile being...

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