Former Orlando Pirates Midfielder Ntsako Makhubela Nears AmaZulu FC Move

Former Orlando Pirates Midfielder Ntsako Makhubela Nears AmaZulu FC Move

Ntsako Makhubela, a 29-year-old playmaker and former Orlando Pirates midfielder, is on the brink of securing a move to AmaZulu FC.

Following his departure from Swallows FC, where he made 13 appearances this season, Makhubela has been training with AmaZulu.

The playmaker, nicknamed ‘Neverdie,’ has contributed with a goal and an assist during his stint with Swallows.

Negotiations Underway: A Potential Permanent Move

Recent reports indicate that Makhubela is currently engaged in negotiations with AmaZulu for a permanent move to the club.

The playmaker’s impressive performances during training have caught the attention of AmaZulu coach Pablo Franco Martin.

The negotiations, according to the IdiskiTimes report, are progressing, and discussions over the contract are in the hands of the club’s decision-makers.

Mokwena’s Frustration: Sundowns’ Draw Against Pirates

In a separate development, Rhulani Mokwena, the coach of Mamelodi Sundowns, expressed his frustration with referee Thando Ndzandzeka following a 1-1 draw against Orlando Pirates in the DStv Premiership.

Mokwena, usually composed, voiced his dissatisfaction with the match, stating that it did not resemble a typical game of football.

He particularly highlighted his disappointment with both his team’s performance and the refereeing decisions.

Sundowns’ Upcoming Clash: Focus on Nedbank Cup Round of 32

Despite the frustrating draw, Mamelodi Sundowns are gearing up for their Nedbank Cup Round of 32 clash against La Masia on Tuesday evening.

The coach’s discontent with the previous match serves as motivation for a better performance in the upcoming cup fixture.

Sundowns aim to make a mark in the Nedbank Cup, with the last time they lifted the trophy dating back to 2022.

The defending champions from the previous season are Orlando Pirates.

Ntsako Makhubela’s potential move to AmaZulu adds an interesting dimension to the player’s career, offering him a fresh start with a new club.

The negotiations reflect the club’s interest in harnessing Makhubela’s skills for the upcoming challenges.

On another front, Rhulani Mokwena’s frustration after the draw highlights the high standards set by Sundowns.

The coach’s critical assessment serves as a rallying call for improvement as they enter a crucial phase in the Nedbank Cup.

The convergence of player transfers and team dynamics shapes the narrative of South African football, creating anticipation and excitement among fans.

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