Mkhanyiseli Siwahla

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Posted: 2 July 2009 Time: 16:09

Ajax Cape Town midfielder Mkhanyiseli Siwahla has been loaned out for the season to Bloemfontein Celtic.

The midfielder has had little game time over the last two seasons and the move to Celtic could be a blessing in disguise for Siwahla to kick start his once promising career.   New Ajax coach Muhsin Ertugral told KickOff.com last month that Siwahla was not in his plans for the upcoming season.

Previous comments on this story...

Big Dude
posted: 04:20 pm
Welcome to Greenland sonny
Champ Silas
posted: 10:02 pm
this boy needs proper guidance or else he is gonna end up in the dumps. am serious.
Anonymous
posted: 10:50 pm
Celtic is definitely a good place for this young man to redeem himself.

All the best
Anonymous
posted: 11:03 pm
Gud move Mtshana
Ole(The Guru)
posted: 07:40 am
welcome Nsimbi but you must behave otherwise we will moer you./
Original Gee
posted: 09:20 am
Change could be good for you my laaitie depending on how you take it. At least at Celtic none of your new team mates will take advantage of your pint size and kick you around with their soccer boots.
Anonymous
posted: 09:53 am
Great move mfetu, but i hope you also stay injury free as it sometimes your problem. you are not young and i hope you focus more on your game rather than off field staff it helps. Mushin, was just pushed to let you go, he cant say you are not in his plans because he likes pacey wingers. but i dont blame him based on the stories before he came.otherwise you are one of mi favorate players
Anonymous
posted: 11:19 am
Just try to be associated with teammates than kasi guys during off field tyms Makaleks unlike in Cape Town alwayz spotted kaboo Mapindi aND Mzoli's,less buzz my lyt otherwise there r hot chicks in Mangaung,just chill a bit for making immatured comments,media can use,otherwise lekker move,yo budy in K'tsha
Anonymous
posted: 09:13 pm
wellcome siwahla to bloemfontein

olesele sani hela yalo sani

siwelele for life
Anonymous
posted: 08:44 pm
I hope he finaly fulfills his potential dis czon,same applies to dvd mathebula who keeps promising.adawyz gud move as siphiwo said
Anonymous
posted: 05:20 pm
very good move mtshana,personally i disagree with muhsin he was forced to take u out of his plans by John Comitis.Siwahla is a good boy but sometimes in football u don't have to call a spade a spade. It's time for u to show your best
Anonymous
posted: 09:47 am
I wish you all the best with Siwelele, atleast you have joined a team that gives a player a chance to shine, unfortunately others leaves the Siwelele after reaching top flights. The biggest question now is why Masele decided not to vote for Telkom charity? The answer is PSL treated us like "fools" last year when they said votings will close at 10 o'clock in the evening only to realise they opened until in the morning for other teams, that's why we did not qualify although before closing voting. PSL is not even apologetic about that. They realized that some of the so called big teams were not going to qualify. Largo Mogopodi
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