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Brad Cross selected for SA U20  

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Cross, central defender playing for Aces U17 Academy, was today selected in the final 20 for the 2017 COSAFA U20 Youth Championships scheduled from 6-16 December 2017.

The Burger King-sponsored South African Men’s U20 National Team, concluded their tournament preparations on Monday, 4 November 2017 and will jet off to Kitwe, Zambia for the 2017 COSAFA U20 Youth Championships scheduled from 6-16 December 2017.

Amajita Head Coach Thabo Senong has named an interesting mix in his 20-man squad ahead of the tournament and admits to have had a healthy headache in picking the final squad, as all players matched each other with performance.

We have had a great camp and believe we have selected a balanced yet attractive team. The technical staff deliberated throughout the weekend on a few players and this was a healthy headache to have as we did final assessments.

We are looking forward to a great tournament where we will be facing oppositions with different styles of play. Mauritius play long balls many, while the Mozambicans like to keep it on the ground and of course, the Egyptians are known for the counter attacks and aggressive play.

We believe we have a good team, but have no intention on putting pressure on the players because we are working on a bigger objective.

We want to be able to give all 20 players a run during the tournament and we will emphasize to them on a daily basis that they must enjoy the challenge at hand;”said Senong.


Amajita COSAFA Squad:


1.            Sanele TSHABALALA        Bidvest Wits FC (SA)

2.            Renald LEANER                 Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)

3.            Khulekani KUBHEKA        Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)


4.            Kamogelo Thomas SAMBO           Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)

5.            Thendo MUKUMELA       Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)

6.            Keanu CUPIDO Ajaccio (France)

7.            Kiyaam BULL      Ajax Cape Town FC (SA)

8.            Sbusiso Gideon MABILISO            Platinum Stars FC (SA)

9.            Bradley CROSS Black Aces FC (SA)

10.          Malebogo MODISE          Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)


11.          Thabani ZUKE     Golden Arrows FC (SA)

12.          Katlego NTSHABELENG University of Johannesburg (SA)

13.          Sifundo Jesus SIBIYA       Bidvest Wits FC (SA)

14.          Happy MASHIANE            Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)

15.          Lehlogonolo George MATLOU    Bidvest Wits FC (SA)

16.          Patrick MASWANGANYI                Stars of Africa Acedemy (SA)

17.          Nkosingiphile NGCOBO Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)


18.          Luvuyo MKATSHANA      Bidvest Wits FC (SA)

19.          Lyle FOSTER                 Orlando Pirates FC (SA)

20.          Siphumelele MBULU       Orlando Pirates FC (SA)

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