Flames Stars Return to PSL Action


Ngalande in one of the friendlies he shone during the January break

After a seven week break the Premier Soccer League action returns in South Africa this evening with five Flames stars looking forward to enjoy game time for their respective clubs.
The PSL was on  break due to the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations which ended two days ago in Equatorial Guinea.
Striker Atusaye Nyondo is set to start for University of Pretoria this evening as they host Chippa United. He looks forward to increase his goal tally which is at 4 from 13 matches. He has so far played 122 minutes for Amatuks who are on position 12.
Tomorrow Bloemfontein Celtic duo of Gabadinho Mhango and Limbikani Mzava has a crucial one as they host log leaders Kaizer Chiefs.Mhango is likely to start having regained his starting place in the team following the arrival of new coach Clinton Larsern. Mhango, who was Celtic top scorer last season with nine goals ,has scored three this season from 12 matches- nine starts and three substitute appearances. He has played 756 minutes in total this far.
But for Mzava, he has been sidelined for a number of games and with him signing a pre-contract with Mpumalanga Black Aces last month, his chances of being considered for action at Celtic in his last five months of his contract are minimal.
Robert Ng’ambi’s relegation threatened Platinum Stars seek to intensify their battle of survival as they host Black Aces. Stars are second from bottom with 17 points from 16 games. Ng’ambi has so far scored two goals in the league.
With two goals and four assists in 10 matches, veteran Essau Kanyenda is a guaranteed starter for Polokwane City as they face Robin Ngalande’s Ajax away in Cape Town.
Ngalande has struggled to command a place in Ajax team since joining them at the beginning of the season on loan from Bidvest Wits. He has played nine games so far starting two and coming from the bench in the rest and is yet to score in an official match. However his brilliant performance in friendly matches during the break  may help him get more game time towards the end of the season.


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