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Botswana Meat Commission Township Rollers Tso, Shakes join new teams

Posted: 18 November 2013 Time: 09:48

Benedict ‘Tso’ Vilakazi and Manqoba ‘Shakes’ Ngwenya have joined Botswana Meat Commission and Township Rollers respectively following their departure from Notwane FC.

Tso has signed a one-year contract with BMC, while Shakes has penned a two-year deal with Rollers.

The two were released by Botswana’s Football Association from their five-year contracts with Notwane after the club allegedly reneged on the deals.

Vilakazi, a former Orlando Pirates star, and Ngwenya threatened to leave Notwane after being thrown out of the hotel where they were staying due to unpaid bills as a result of neither being paid for three months.

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mag6
posted: 2013-11-18 09:24:33

Your resilience remind me of Paul.Even when the odds are against you guys you still persevere.For once great you were, to me you will forever be. Mans courage, leadership and love for life is not measured when he is still at the throne.But when he looses the throne.If it was others...we will be reading orbituaries, seeing them everyday in the sheebens wasting their lifes because they were told they are failures and they beileved them failures.Your lives won't be judge by the number of trophies and money in the bank, however by the richness of expirience you have accumulated when things were not by your side.I once celebrated you guys. Forever I will remain celebrating you...Asiyincengeni le life...ayikho lula.

Sabali.

mamphoku
posted: 2013-11-18 09:26:54

No, no, no Tiyani. It looks like you enjoy yourself when people laugh about Tso and Ngwenya. We have been told several times about these boys and their dull talents. Tell us about other stories, positive ones which will benefit the young and upcoming soccer players. Let Vilakazi enjoy braai at Meat Commission and Ngwenya keep on rolling with Batswana Rollers.

Kickoff BloggerLePirates
posted: 2013-11-18 09:44:06

So Yeah Jabu Mahlangu is training with SuperSport Cavin Johnson doing a great job indeed Pule needs to revive his career

mag6
posted: 2013-11-18 09:50:42

Negative journalism I don't condone...try Jabu.

BoetaKeith
posted: 2013-11-18 09:52:40

MaKenzo OlifantsfonteinPiratesBranch  If that is true, I cannot wait to tune in on Metro tonight, and football  will be quite exciting to watch when Supersport is playing. I believe Pule can still play football/soccer.

bhakaniyangenkani
posted: 2013-11-18 11:11:58

i only feel for Manqoba Ngwenya coz he was not given a chance. but for Bennedict Vilakazi he derseve it he left us for money but now i think he's  earning 2500 pula after three months ayeye uyalayeka kwedini

Kickoff BloggerLePirates
posted: 2013-11-18 11:18:03

BoetaKeith MaKenzo OlifantsfonteinPiratesBranch  Eish but with his bad attitude the likes of Zongo, Khanye, Vilakazi etc I don't see him getting a deal @SuperSport and at the age of 33 but yena he's not that old but the age its against him

BhakajujuNation
posted: 2013-11-18 12:31:49

Im proud of these guys...   I can see you really love the game and you are not sitting around feeling sorry, you just want to play...   Let these fools know uba u will accept anything as long as you will play the game... 

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