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18/03  ACES  0   Baberwa FC   1
25/03  Maccabi FC   1    ACES  1
01/04  ACES  4   Valencia FC   0
league log View all
Pos Team P W D Pts
1 Maccabi FC 30 19 5 62
2 Orange Vaal FC 30 17 10 61
3 JDR Stars FC 30 18 7 61
4 Baberwa FC 30 13 10 49
6 ACES 30 12 10 46
scorers View all
Pos Player Tot
1 Mbiyozo 11 0 11
2 Ngobeni 6 1 7
3 Mathenjwa 4 0 4
4 Mtsweni 3 0 3
5 Mogaila 3 0 3
6 Venditti 2 0 2
 
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Mario Morfou (Chairman) George Morfou (Chairman)

Mario played for Witbank Black Aces in 1997/8/9 and AEK in Cyprus in 1996. He was also picked for South African U17 as an attacking midfield player. Mario had to retire through multiple injuries and 5 knee surgeries.


George had played for Newtons in the Cape in 2001, where he furthered his studies at Stellenbosch University. He was manager / player of Stellenbosch University Football club (Libertas) which was then the most successful University club throughout South Africa, beating all the teams from Wits, Tuks, UCT, Rhodes and African champions WCU. We are partners in all our businesses, and work as a team in all we do. Therefore our administrative and technical knowledge toward the team combined is better then one individual.

Mantsie Mojapelo (Director) Stratos Mnguni (Director)
Mantsie, an entrepreneur with offices in Sandton (Johannesburg), is involved in various mining projects in Southern Africa. He has good relations with key players in the industry and is a hard worker who keeps on looking for new developments in the industrial mineral activities. He is a Board member in various mining companies in South Africa, including being the current chairman of the XDSL Group, a company involved in mining exploration and various commodity projects such as chrome, manganese and coal. He is and a director of Mpumalanga Black Aces Football Club.

Stratos was born in Hendrina, Mpumalanga and started supporting Aces in 1975. He played amateur football for Hendrina juniors as a center back. He is married to Loraine and has 4 children and is a deacon at the Rock of Ages Christian Church in Emalahleni. He is the chairman of Tembeka Labour Hire and a director of the Lakama group.

A tribute to the late Mr Laki Morfou

 

Mario and George have worked profusely together in getting Mpumalanga Black Aces FC into the elite league since they purchased the club, and the support of their family has been the pillar of their strength through the good times and the challenges. As the family is an enclosed unit, the late Mr Laki Morfou has always supported George and Mario. Over the years, he bestowed moral support upon his two sons, whom are the owners and chairman of Alexandra Black Aces F.C.