THE LAT­EST NFD NEWS

Soccer Laduma - - Siyag Bhoza -

• While Ajax Cape Town’s at­tack­ing mid­fielder, Ga­houidi Djedje, 24, who was signed as a re­place­ment for the in­jured Ray­mond Monama, has fi­nally started a match, it will take some time be­fore his 29-year-old team­mate is back in ac­tion. “Ray­mond could be out for a few months. He had an op­er­a­tion but is re­cov­er­ing very well,” a source told Soc­cer Lad­uma. • Cape Umoya United, who used to train at Parow Park, have moved to the Old Mu­tual Sports Club, which fur­ther en­hances the pos­si­bil­ity of an of­fi­cial as­so­ci­a­tion. “I can’t con­firm how we link with Old Mu­tual yet. The club will is­sue a state­ment when every­thing’s been sealed,” said Cape Umoya me­dia of­fi­cer, Loy­iso Nabe. • Af­ter his team thrashed Mac­cabi FC 6-2, Mbombela United head coach, Mil­ton Dlamini, told Soc­cer Lad­uma, “That’s the high­est score in the NFD this sea­son. Goals were al­ways go­ing to come one day. Re­mem­ber in 2016, dur­ing my first stint here, I hit Wit­bank Spurs 5-1.” • TS Sport­ing, who suf­fered three con­sec­u­tive losses in De­cem­ber 2018, have sus­pended their as­sis­tant coach, Mfan­im­pela Maseko and team man­ager, Bheki Nkosi. “Sammy Troughton also got rid of the video an­a­lyst,” said a source. When asked to com­ment, Nkosi ex­plained, “Once we’re done with the process, I will give you the full story.” • Mean­while, Se­laotse “Sly” Mos­ala, con­firmed to Soc­cer Lad­uma that he’d re­placed Maseko. • For­mer Cape Town All Stars’ gen­eral man­ager, Faeez Dul­vie, has passed away. A por­tion of a so­cial me­dia state­ment read: “My sin­cere con­do­lences to his wife Shamiemah. He served foot­ball with such pas­sion.”

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