Bucs-bound striker stays hot

Orlando Pirates' Chiukepo Msowoya stays hot

Posted: 10 June 2010 Time: 12:17 pm

Orlando Pirates-bound Malawian striker Chiukepo Msowoya scored a brace to ensure the Kigali army outfit APR won the Primus League on Wednesday with two games to go. 

Msowoya and countryman Victor Nyirenda grabbed a brace each as APR beat Eticelles 4-1 at Nyamirambo’s Regional Stadium to retain the League title with an unassailable 51 points from 20 games, eight points ahead of second placed Atraco.   APR, who face Atraco and Rayon Sport on June 19 and 22, are now on the brink of a treble as they are set to play in MTN Peace Cup Final.   The Kigali Times newspaper reported that Nyirenda put APR ahead with two goals in the first half and Msowoya followed suit with a brace in the second half.   Msowoya will play in the last two games before joining Pirates on July 1.   Peter Kanjere

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Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 12:30 pm
We sincerely hope he is our savior to our goalscoring problems.
DTC until Chips win CAF Champions League
posted: 12:49 pm
I appreciate the signing of the "so called great players from other African countries" but I have a concern about the quota of foreigners in the team. I also acknowledge the fact that Kamwendo and Mushanghazike are leaving but my stats is telling me that we now have Mongalo, Msowoya, Makonese, Chansa, Masina and the other Zim striker from Township Rollers (Botswana) unless either Masina or Makonese has South African citizenship. What about signing a good left back? When will the team release the likes of FLOYD Mbele, Oupa Manyisa, Lehlohonolo Seema, Mzondi Mthombeni, Excellent Walaza, Lindokuhle Mkhwanazi, Reason Chiloane, Irvin Mhlambi, Tsepiso Tshabalala, Kelebogile Mabe and Mlungisi Mdluli? When will the team recall Michael Morton to compete for the starting 11 position at the right back or central midfield? This guy reminds me of Warren Lewis.
MrSelbi
posted: 12:51 pm
When the league starts...he will be as cold as ice, flop of the year. I doubt he will finish a season at Bucs.
DTC until Chips win CAF Champions League
posted: 12:53 pm
May be it's time for Lucas Thwala to play as a left-back and for Lekgwathi to sit on the bench or stands. What the future holds for Bennet Chenene and Joseph Makhanya now that Daine Klate and Tlo Segolela are part of the team to operate the right & left wings with Mabalane and Mongalo as a back-up? I hope Dr. Khoza will sort this mess after the WC since FLOYD is SO USELESS.
DTC until Chips win CAF Champions League
posted: 01:00 pm
When will the team sign a good team manager (John Moeti is my choice)?
Anonymous
posted: 01:27 pm
BONGA: I agree with everything you say, you make a lot of sense my man, you are one of those proper thinking BUCCANEERS.
Mafs
posted: 01:28 pm
I see another case of Mwape here. He plays for an army team, no wonder he keep scoring
Anonymous
posted: 01:36 pm
Lets hope Khoza will put everything in order after finishing his business in the World Cup. He promised to spend 95% of his time in club.
DTC until Chips win CAF Champions League
posted: 02:00 pm
SABELO I am humbled by your comments. Thank you Sir.
Anonymous
posted: 03:01 pm
Let us hope Msowoya would be given a fair chance ulike his coutryman Josephy who today does not know where he belongs where he 'ld be playing and for who when the season kicks off world comes and go everyone must remember that.
Anonymous
posted: 03:30 pm
Another Muape once called Mbesuma X2. Even CR7,KAKA,Messi would not save bucs. I hope Khoza will give his 100% for the club. Mbele is costing Bucs a lot, how many players do they have in the squad? Haibo is Mhlamni still at Bucks? That guy is older than my brother yet he says he is 25/24. Time to clean up all the dead wood. I wonder what muti Mdluli is using or maybe its the surname change
Anonymous
posted: 04:36 pm
i jst hope he is wat we thought he is we realy need a good strike
Anonymous
posted: 04:59 pm
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Anonymous
posted: 07:48 pm
SAFA Needs to introduce tougher rules regarding PSL teams importing foreign players. 1. A player needs to have certain number of National CAPs (eg not less than 50 caps) 2. The Nation or the league he is playing at, needs to be at a certain rating by FIFA.

I don't think league like Malawi, Tanzania, Swazi, Botswana etc are competetive to be even embracing player from these leagues. It is so sad that I watched Mputu (TP Mazembe striker) 2-3 years back and he is still as hot, he remind me of Etieni Mvumbi Ntsunda. for me that is the kind of quality we sould be running after...

Maybe Chiukepo will deliver but I am just concern about the quality of players we bringing to SA. Frankly, they are not adding value to our football and there even better players in the township, whom the big team don't even bother themselves to look for.

All these Big PSL teams are chasing Golden arrows player (Papi, KG, Koboni, Sangweni ect) and guess were are they getting players from. from the township tournaments.
Anonymous
posted: 03:43 am
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