Shozi sinks to the first division again


GladAfrica Championship club JDR Stars have confirmed the signing of thirteen players ahead of the new season with Khayelihle Shozi amongst the signings.

Shozi (26) was once a young prospect at Mamelodi Sundowns destined to set domestic football ablaze but has disappointed spending most of his time away on loan at clubs as Black Leopards and Richards Bay.

Last season he was in the books of TS Galaxy and with just 14 appearances the club decided against keeping him.

He has now signed for JDR Stars.

The other new signings at the club are Sandile Tshawe, Nhlanhla Mkhonza, Mpho Chabatsane, Kwinda Netshitangani, Ndumiso Mkhansi, Minenhle Dineka, Bokang Malete, Sibusiso Ziba, Thulani Masondo, Vuyo Macina and the Zimbabwean pair of Ishmael Wadi and Tapiwa Madinyenya.

JDR start the season at home to University of Pretoria on Saturday.

Meanwhile, fellow GladAfrica Championship club Cape Town Spurs have continued with their signing spree with the signing of Namibian international Kennedy Amutenya.

Amutenya joins from Namibian club Tigers having previously played for Gaborone United in Botswana.e has signed on a one-year deal with an option of a further year.

Following information that the 26-year-old has signed for Spurs this website got in touch with Robert Nauseb, the assistant coach of the Namibia national team.

“The boy used to play for Gaborone United and is a central defender and upcoming. He was called up the COSAFA squad but didn’t play because he was injured in the friendly against Lesotho before the tournament. We called him up for the camp against Congo,” says Nauseb, who was at Kaizer Chiefs through his playing days.

Spurs have been on a signing spree in recent weeks bringing in Bevan Fransman, Eyona Ndondo, Jarrod Moroole, Colin Ryan, Gregory Damons, Chico, Moises Amor and Reggy Zondi.

Baxter leads flurry of PSL head coach changes

Khune leads PSL veteran campaigners

MTN8 semi-final fixtures confirmed