TS Galaxy Squad 2022/23 | Ts galaxy New Signings

TS Galaxy Squad 2022/23 | ts galaxy New Signings: TS Galaxy F.C. is a South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) football team headquartered in Kameelrivier (Nkangala District Municipality) near Siyabuswa (Mpumalanga). Tim Sukazi, the club’s owner, obtained the NFD league license from Cape Town All Stars in May 2018.

Prior to acquiring second-division status, the team competed in the ABC Motsepe League, the third tier. Only one team from South Africa’s National First Division has ever won the coveted Premier Soccer League accolade. The talented TS Galaxy players are the first from a lower level to qualify for and compete in the Caf Confederation Cup. Tim Sukazi, the team’s owner, purchased the NFD league license and donated it to Cape Town All Stars.

TS Galaxy Squad 2022/23 | ts galaxy New Signings

The TS Galaxy ambitious and compact squad includes talented players who have served the team well in different season. This players have been given their best performance to make sure the team stay in top of the league table. Here we have brought to you TS Galaxy Squad 2022/23 and ts galaxy New Signings for the 2022/2023 season

TS Galaxy Squad 2022/23 | Ts galaxy New Signings
TS Galaxy Squad 2022/23 | Ts galaxy New Signings
#Player NamePositionNationality
38Melusi ButheleziGoalkeeperSouth Africa
32Vasilije KolakGoalkeeperBosnia-Herzegovina
1Wensten van der LindeGoalkeeperSouth Africa
2Tumelo BodibeDefenderSouth Africa
43Carlos LeónDefenderParaguay
39Mzwanele MahasheDefenderSouth Africa
4McBeth MahlanguDefenderSouth Africa
50Igor MakitanDefenderBosnia-Herzegovina
30Vuyo MereDefenderSouth Africa
24Gaona ModisaneDefenderSouth Africa
26Luckyboy MokoenaDefenderSouth Africa
Zolani NkombelaDefenderSouth Africa
14Nkosikhona RadebeDefenderSouth Africa
45Pogiso SanokaDefenderSouth Africa
49Kamogelo SebelebeleDefenderSouth Africa
3Ebrahim SeedatDefenderSouth Africa
Xolani SlawulaDefenderSouth Africa
47Aphelele TetoDefenderSouth Africa
15Bathusi AubaasMidfielderSouth Africa
10Ethan BrooksMidfielderSouth Africa
25Andile FakudeMidfielderSouth Africa
44Muzi MahlanguMidfielderSouth Africa
27Sphiwe MahlanguMidfielderSouth Africa
41Letoke MahlaseMidfielderSouth Africa
35Lindokuhlke MbathaMidfielderSouth Africa
6Mlungisi MbunjanaMidfielderSouth Africa
37Sinethemba MngomezuluMidfielderSouth Africa
44Orebotse MongaeMidfielderSouth Africa
5Spiwe MsimangoMidfielderSouth Africa
23Marks MunyaiMidfielderSouth Africa
12Ntshuxeko NdlovuMidfielderSouth Africa
8Sihle NduliMidfielderSouth Africa
28Masilake PhohlongoMidfielderSouth Africa
20Shane RobertsMidfielderSouth Africa
30Sibongiseni ShelembeMidfielderSouth Africa
13Khayelihle ShoziMidfielderSouth Africa
10Karabo TshepeMidfielderSouth Africa
13Lifa HlongwaneForwardSouth Africa
17Augustine KwemForwardNigeria
19Wayde LekayForwardSouth Africa
43Koketso ModiseForwardSouth Africa
18Menzi NdwandweForwardSouth Africa
11Tshegofatso NyamaForwardSouth Africa
22Ndumiso XuluForwardSouth Africa
Sead RamovićManagerBosnia-Herzegovina

At the Nedbank Cup, the Rockets participated in the CAF Confederation Cup. Prior to acquiring the National First Division status of Cape Town All-Stars in 2018, the club competed in the SAFA Second Division. The Rockets made history by winning the Nedbank Cup against all odds in their debut season in the GladAfrica Championship.

After defeating Kaizer Chiefs in 2018, the club ascended to prominence. The Rockets were the first South African football team in history to win the Nedbank Cup while simultaneously participating in the GladAfrica Championship in 2019.

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