The league's currently most wanted player is Sipho Mbule and Briefly News takes a look at three interesting facts about the player and his career. The 23-year-old is currently linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs, with Mamelodi Sundowns trailing closely behind.
Sipho Mbule has been a hot topic on everyone's lips ever since he was linked with a move to a top PSL Club. Kaizer Chiefs is keeping an eye out on the player, hoping to sign him, Mamelodi Sundowns too. Briefly News reports three interesting facts about the player.
1. Early beginnings
Mbule was born on 22 March, 1998 in Bethlehem, Free State. The player began his youth career alongside Teboho Mokoena at Harmony Sports Academy in 2013 before joining SuperSport United's academy.
He made his official debut for the senior team back in 2017 at the age of 19, according to Wikipedia.
2. Mbule has also played for Orlando Pirates
Mbule played for Orlando Pirate's reserve team, a year before making his full debut for SuperSport United. He is also a Bafana Bafana international, with three caps. He currently wears the number 24 jersey at SuperSport United and plays as a central midfielder, according to The South African.
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3. The player missed out on the Tokyo Olympics
Fans were hoping to see Mbule in action for the South African U/23 team but he had to pull out of the squad due to medical reasons which are still unknown to the public. South Africa had a disappointing run at the tournament, losing all three of their group matches.
Pitso Mosimane celebrates his birthday and a few facts are in order
Briefly News previously reported that Pitso Mosimane is a South African coach who had an impressive career in football. Not only was he a brilliant player, but he also showed his impeccable coaching skills over the years.
Briefly News put together three interesting facts about Mosimane. Pitso's recent Kaizer Chiefs triumph is not the first time he won the CAF Champions League. He's won it a total of three times, twice with Al Ahly and once with Mamelodi Sundowns back in 2019.
Speaking of his recent win with Al Ahly, according to SowetanLIVE, Mosimane believes that Africans in football need to have more faith in themselves.
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Source: Briefly News