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Witbank Spurs F.C.
Witbank-SpursWitbank Spurs are a South African football club based in Witbank, Mpumalanga that competes in the Premier Soccer League's National First Division. The
Apr 29th 2016



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Apr 11th 2017



Spur (disambiguation)
between Texas-Tech-University Texas Tech University and the University of Texas at Austin The Witbank Spurs, an association football club from South Africa SPURS National Honor
Sep 6th 2016



Percy Tau
side Witbank Spurs. He made his debut for the side on 6 February 2016 against African Warriors. He started the match and played 58 minutes as Witbank Spurs
Mar 29th 2017



Sibusiso Papa
February 2014) was a South African professional footballer who played for Witbank Spurs in the National First Division, as a midfielder. He died in a car accident
Sep 1st 2016



Peter Moyo
professional footballer, who plays as a midfielder for South African side Witbank Spurs and the Zimbabwe national team. He started his playing career at
Jan 21st 2017



Frank Makua
international levels as a midfielder. Makua last played club football for Witbank Spurs; he also earned four caps for the South African national side between
Jun 4th 2016



2016–17 Nedbank Cup
Town v Black Leopards Magesi v Jomo Cosmos University of Pretoria v Witbank Spurs Royal Eagles v Milano United Santos v AmaZulu Mbombela United v Real
Dec 7th 2016



2012–13 Nedbank Cup
Dynamos v Mpumalanga Black Aces Milano United v Thanda Royal Zulu Witbank Spurs v Blackburn Rovers Jomo Cosmos v FC Cape Town The draw for the First
Feb 2nd 2016



Ralph Matema
[1] The left-footed striker, currently plays for jomo cosmos from Witbank spurs, leveled the scores in the second half with a typical poacher's header
Jan 31st 2017



Cleopas Dube
Highlanders, before leaving in 2014 to join National First Division side Spurs Witbank Spurs in South Africa. He made his Spurs and professional career debut on
Apr 4th 2017



Innocent Mdledle
African team at the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup. He formerly played for Witbank Spurs, Orlando Pirates, and Mamelodi Sundowns. "Hunt positive about new
Apr 12th 2017



Eboule Bille Samuel
Sable, Batie, Cameroon 2004-2006 → Impot, Yaounde, Cameroon 2006-2007 → Witbank Spurs, South Africa 2007-2008 → Mpumalanga Black Aces, South Africa 2008-2011
Jan 29th 2017



WSFC
football club Westland Sports F.C., an English association football club Witbank Spurs F.C., a South African soccer club Woodley Sports F.C., an English association
Nov 13th 2016



Amos Mkhari
Extension" or "Shuffle". Mkhari's debuted professionally in 1974 with the Witbank Spurs F.C., who he played with for four years. In 1978, he began playing for
Apr 21st 2017



2006 Baymed Cup
money for the winner was R1-million. It was only ever played once. Witbank Spurs v Ga-Rankuwa United Free State Stars v Nathi Lions FC AK v OR
Sep 2nd 2016



Ali Sadiki
going defunct. He subsequently joined South African second tier side Witbank Spurs, whom he left in 2010 to return to Zimbabwe to join Gunners where he
Oct 9th 2016



R544 road (South Africa)
The R544 is a Regional Route in South Africa. ItsIts northern terminus is the R573 between KwaMhlanga and Siyabuswa in Mpumalanga. It heads south-east, crossing
Apr 20th 2013



1996–97 Premier Soccer League
The 1996–97 Premier Soccer League, known as the 1996-97 Castle Premiership for sponsorship purposes, was the first season of the newly established top-flight
Jan 16th 2016



Kevin Ndayisenga
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Apr 3rd 2017



Rodolfo Zapata
United out of the red? Brazil 2014: Argentina pay for missed chances Witbank Spurs want to avenge last years Nedbank Cup loss to MP Black Aces Messi and
Mar 27th 2017



1995 NSL First Division
The-1995The 1995 NSL First Division was the 11th edition of the NSL First Division. The competition was won by Cape-Town-SpursCape Town Spurs. Source: (C) Champion; (R) Relegated
Jan 4th 2017



South African Premier Division
For other uses, see Premier League (disambiguation). The South African Premier Division (referred to as the Absa Premiership for sponsorship reasons) is
Feb 18th 2017



2008–09 Nedbank Cup
Stars National First Division Nathi Lions National First Division v Witbank Spurs National First Division Winners Park National First Division v FC
Nov 11th 2015



National Professional Soccer League (South Africa)
The National Professional Soccer League (NPSL) was the title of a South African association football league, between 1971 and 1995. During those years
Feb 9th 2017



National First Division
000 175 200 125 Vasco da Gama Parow Park stadium 3 000 167 300 100 Witbank Spurs Themba Sinamela stadium 1 000 167 200 100 FC Cape Town NNK Rugby Stadium
Mar 3rd 2017



Nedbank Cup
The Nedbank Cup is the current name of South Africa's premier club football (soccer) knockout tournament. While many formats have been used over the years
Apr 25th 2017



2009–10 National First Division
of Pretoria Pretoria Nathi Lions Durban United Kimberley Thanda Royal Zulu Durban Winners Park Polokwane Vasco da Gama Cape Town Witbank Spurs Witbank
Jun 3rd 2015



SAFA Second Division
Bank Spurs Sporting 2002–03 Sporting Home Defenders 2003–04 2004–05 Witbank Spurs 2005–06 2006–07 MP Black Aces 2007–08 City-Stars-F">Barberton City Stars F.C.
Jun 27th 2016



2011–12 Nedbank Cup
Warriors 18. Blackburn Rovers 19. Mpumalanga Black Aces 20. Polokwane City 21. Sivutsa Stars 22. United FC 23. University of Pretoria 24. Witbank Spurs
Feb 2nd 2016



2010–11 National First Division
Johannesburg Gauteng Stadium University of Pretoria Pretoria Gauteng Stadium United Kimberley Northern Cape Stadium Witbank Spurs Witbank Mpumalanga Stadium
Aug 4th 2016



1989 NSL First Division
The 1989 National Soccer League First Division was the fifth edition of the NSL First Division in South Africa. It was won by Chiefs">Kaizer Chiefs. Source: (C)
Dec 3rd 2016



1985 NSL First Division
The 1985 National Soccer League First Division was the first edition of the NSL First Division in South Africa. It was won by Durban-based Bush Bucks.
Feb 5th 2017



2016–17 National First Division
Royal Zulu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 University of Pretoria 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Relegation to 2017–18 SAFA Second Division 16 Witbank Spurs F.C. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 14th 2016



1994 NSL First Division
The 1994 National Soccer League was the tenth edition of the NSL First Division in South Africa. It was won by Orlando Pirates. Source: (C) Champion; (R)
Jan 9th 2017



1988 NSL First Division
The 1988 National Soccer League First Division was the fourth edition of the NSL First Division in South Africa. It was won by Mamelodi Sundowns. Source:
Dec 3rd 2016



1990 NSL First Division
The 1991 National Soccer League First Division was the sixth edition of the NSL First Division in South Africa. It was won by Mamelodi Sundowns. Source:
Dec 3rd 2016



2014–15 National First Division
Warriors 30 9 9 12 30 41 -11 36 13 Santos 30 10 6 14 34 46 -12 36 14 Witbank Spurs 30 7 10 13 26 37 -11 31 15 Garankuwa United 30 5 7 18 32 51 -19 22 Relegation
Jan 1st 2016



2005–06 National First Division season
30 7 14 9 38 48 −10 35 12 Manning Rangers 30 7 10 13 33 44 −11 31 13 Witbank Spurs 30 8 5 17 40 51 −11 29 14 Maritzburg United 30 6 11 13 23 38 −15 29
Feb 27th 2017



2013–14 National First Division
Warriors 30 12 6 12 43 41 2 42 9 Vasco da Gama 30 11 8 11 33 36 -3 41 10 Witbank Spurs 30 10 9 11 33 40 -7 39 11 Thanda Royal Zulu 30 9 11 10 33 41 -8 38 12
Sep 9th 2015



2012–13 National First Division
PSL Playoff Tournament 4 Thanda Royal Zulu 27 13 8 6 40 28 12 47 5 Witbank Spurs 27 11 9 7 45 37 8 42 6 Milano United 28 11 9 8 35 28 7 42 7 African
Jun 3rd 2015



1992 NSL First Division
The 1992 National Soccer League First Division was the eighth edition of the NSL First Division in South Africa. It was won by Chiefs">Kaizer Chiefs. Source: (C)
Dec 3rd 2016



South Africa national development football team
1 1GK Richard de Villiers (1987-12-15) 15 December 1987 (age 29) Witbank Spurs 16 1GK Jacob Mokhasi (Captain) (1982-09-29) 29 September 1982 (age 34)
Feb 28th 2017



2015–16 National First Division
Promotion play-offs 3 Mbombela United (Q) 30 15 11 4 42 23 +19 56 4 Witbank Spurs F.C. 30 16 5 9 47 34 +13 53 5 Royal Eagles 30 15 7 8 48 32 +16 52 6
Oct 14th 2016



Rooi Mahamutsa
Academy Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls) PJ Stars ? (?) –2008 Witbank Spurs ? (?) 2008– Orlando Pirates 81 (2) National team‡ 2008– South Africa
Jan 31st 2017



2011–12 National First Division
30 8 11 11 32 40 -8 35 11 Sivutsa Stars FC 30 9 7 14 39 47 -8 34 12 Witbank Spurs 30 9 7 14 32 42 -10 34 13 Mpumalanga Black Aces 30 7 12 11 33 41 -8
Jun 3rd 2015



Larry Cohen (soccer)
(Gls) 2007–2010 Jomo Cosmos 35 (2) 2010–2011 Wits University 2012 Witbank Spurs 8 (2) 2012 Mpumalanga Black Aces 0 (0) 2012–2013 Chippa United 9 (2)
Jan 30th 2017



Marcel Nkueni
2005–2006 SHB Đa Nẵng F.C. 3 (0) 2006–2009 Winners Park F.C. 2009–2011 Witbank Spurs F.C. 2011–2012 Bay United F.C. 2012–2014 Polokwane City F.C. National
Mar 18th 2017



2010–11 SAFA Second Division
The 2010–11 SAFA Second Division season, also known as Vodacom League due to a sponsoring deal, took place in South Africa between the months of September
Apr 4th 2017



2009–10 SAFA Second Division
The 2009–10 SAFA Second Division season, also known as Vodacom League due to a sponsoring deal at the time, took place in South Africa between August and
Mar 15th 2017





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