Thabo Mnyamane

Mnyamane is a 22-year-old South African striker who has a goal of playing for Bafana Bafana and in the Spanish League (La Liga). Mnyamane played for North West University in the opening of the Varsity Football tournament in 2013 before he was endorsed to Premier Soccer League (PSL). Mnyamane is also one of the leading goal scorers in the league with six goals. He was also named the PSL player of the month for the November/December period. Bigger teams such as Orlando Pirates have expressed a willingness to sign him but Mnyamane chose to remain with AmaTuks for the moment.









Atusaye Nyondo

Nyondo is a 24-year-old Malawian footballer and a striker for AmaTuks. He began his career with Silver Strikers and signed with the National First Division in 2009. He spent two seasons playing for Carara Kicks and finished the 2010- 2011 season as the division’s top goal scorer with 15 goals to his name. Nyondo moved on loan to AmaTuks from SuperSports United (SSU) in the 2013/2014 season, making it a permanent shift at the end of his loan spell. He is now ranked 21st on the PSL top goal scorers list with five goals scored this season. He represented his native country, Malawi, at the 2010 African Cup of Nations.









Lucky Mathosi

Having grown up in the township of Rustenburg, Boiketong, Mathosi describes his time as “amazing”, stating that “it was fun. [I] would wake up in the morning and play soccer the whole day.” Mathosi is one of the players who made it made it into the senior squad, having played for the 2014 University of Pretoria Varsity Cup football team. He then represented AmaTuks in the Premier Soccer League.











Botshelo Mfulwane

Mfulwane is one of the younger players in the AmaTuks team. He played for the UP Varsity Cup team before being promoted to the senior team. Former AmaTuks coach Steve Barker said, “He [Mfulwane] has been scoring goals wherever he has gone and has shown tremendous potential in the USSA league and the Varsity Cup. We look forward to him adding value and banging in the goals for the first team.”








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