Thabo Senong names 29-man training squad for Under-20 Afcon
Posted: 2 February 2017 Time: 14:02
The South African National Under-20 team will regroup for the second phase of Afcon preparations next Monday, 6 February 2017 at the SAFA National Technical Centre.
Head Coach Thabo Senong has named a 29-man squad ahead of the trip to Zambia where they will play a friendly in Ndola on 12 February.
“We are preparing for a very important tournament, the biggest youth tournament on the continent (U-20 Africa Cup of Nations) and we need to be thorough in our preparations,” said Senong.
Amajita travel to Zambia’s copper belt city of Ndola, Zambia on 10 February 2017 for the friendly match scheduled for Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.
The 2017 CAF U-20 African Cup of Nations will be held in Zambia from 26 February – 12 March 2017 in Lusaka and Ndola.
South Africa is in Group B, together with Cameroon, Senegal and Sudan while Group A consists of hosts Zambia, Egypt, Mali and Guinea.
Squad for second training phase:
1. Sanele Tshabalala Bidvest Wits FC (SA)
2. Darren Johnson Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
3. Mondli Mpoto SuperSport United FC (SA)
4. Sirgio Kammies Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
5. Malebogo Modise Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
6. Thendo Mukumela Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
7. Notha Ngcobo Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
8. Tercious Malepe Orlando Pirates FC (SA)
9. Shane Saralina Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)
10. Givemore Khupe Bidvest Wits FC (SA)
11. Aghmat Ceres Ajax Cape Town (SA)
12. Siyabonga Ngezana Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)
13. Katlego Mohamme SuperSport United FC (SA)
14. Thabani Zuke Golden Arrows FC (SA)
15. Sipho Mbule SuperSport United FC (SA)
16. Wiseman Meyiwa Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)
17. Nkosingiphile Ngcobo Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)
18. Duncan Adonis Cape Town City FC (SA)
19. Sibongakonke Mbatha Bidvest Wits FC (SA)
20. Kobamelo Kodisang Platinum Stars FC (SA)
21. Teboho Mokoena SuperSport United FC (SA)
22. Sydney Mtshweni SuperSport United FC (SA)
23. Zama Rambuwane Ironi Nesher FC (Israel)
24. Luther Singh Sporting Braga (Portugal)
25. Menzi Ndwandwe Amazulu FC (SA)
26. Itumeleng Shopane Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)
27. Luyanda Ntshangase Maritzburg United FC (SA)
28. Khanyisa Mayo SuperSport United FC (SA)
29. Liam Jordan Sporting Lisbon FC (Portugal)