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Lamontville
Lamontville
Golden Arrows F.C. are a South African soccer club based in Durban
Durban
that plays in the Premier Soccer
Soccer
League.

Contents

1 History 2 Honours 3 Club records

3.1 Premier Soccer League
Premier Soccer League
record

4 Club officials and technical team 5 First team squad

5.1 Foreigners

6 Notable former coaches 7 Shirt sponsor & kit manufacturer 8 External links

History[edit] It was founded in 1943 in the streets of Lamontville, a township in Durban. The club played in the defunct National Professional Soccer League in the 1970s until they were relegated in 1976. They played in the Second Division thereafter until 1980 when they were embroiled in a soccer scandal and thrown out of the National Professional Soccer League. The team was formed again in 1996 when the Madlala family bought the Second Division franchise of Ntokozo FC and changed its name to Lamontville
Lamontville
Golden Arrows. In 2000 they won promotion to the PSL by winning the National First Division Coastal Stream. Arrows claimed their first piece of major silverware when they won the MTN 8
MTN 8
in 2009. They routed Ajax Cape Town
Ajax Cape Town
6–0 in the final played at Orlando Stadium. Honours[edit] League

1999-00 – National First Division
National First Division
Coastal Stream Champions (2nd tier) 2014-15 - National First Division
National First Division
(2nd tier)

Cups

2009 – MTN 8
MTN 8
Champions

Pre-season tournaments

2011 – KZN Premier's Cup

Old version of logo

Club records[edit]

Most starts: Thanduyise Khuboni 212 (2006–2014) (previous record, Siyabonga Sangweni 173 (2005–2011) Most goals: Mabhuti Khanyeza (2002–2007) 43 Most capped player: Joseph Musonda, 108 Most starts in a season: Thanduyise Khuboni, 35 (2011/12) Most goals in a season: Richard Henyekane
Richard Henyekane
22 (2008/09) Record victory: 6–0 vs Platinum Stars
Platinum Stars
(18/3/09, PSL) Record defeat: 1–5 vs Supersport United
Supersport United
(4/2/01, PSL); 0–4 vs Mamelodi Sundowns
Mamelodi Sundowns
(1/10/05, Coca-Cola Cup)

Premier Soccer League
Premier Soccer League
record[edit]

2015/2016 – 9th 2013/2013 – 16th (relegated to National First Division) 2012/2013 – 13th 2011/2012 – 13th 2010/2011 – 11th 2009/2010 – 12th 2008/2009 – 5th 2007/2008 – 9th 2006/2007 – 12th 2005/2006 – 6th 2004/2005 – 9th 2003/2004 – 9th 2002/2003 – 5th 2001/2002 – 13th 2000/2001 – 9th

Club officials and technical team[edit]

Chairwoman: Mato Madlala General manager: James Dlamini Team manager: Nonceba Madlala Coach: Clinton Larsen Assistant coaches: Mandla Ncikazi Goalkeeper coach: Milton Nienov

First team squad[edit]

As of 28 January, 2019

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position Player

1

GK Maximilian Mbaeva

2

DF Zolani Nkombelo

3

DF Mzwandile Buthelezi

4

MF Danny Venter

5

DF Limbikani Mzava

6

MF Jabulani Shongwe

7

FW Andile Fikizolo

8

MF Nkanyiso Cele

9

FW Thomas Chideu

11

FW Kudakwashe Mahachi

12

MF Vuyani Ntanga

13

FW Thabiso Mgwaba

14

DF Siyabonga Dube

15

MF Kaleb Parusnath

16

MF Seth Parusnath

17

DF Wayde Jooste

18

DF Lehlohonolo Nonyane

19

FW Knox Mutizwa

No.

Position Player

20

DF Trevor Mathiane (Captain)

21

DF Nkanyiso Mngwengwe

22

FW Sibusiso Sibeko

23

MF Lungelo Dube

24

MF Thabo Molefe

25

MF Nduduzo Sibiya

26

MF Danny Phiri

27

MF Siphelele Magubane

28

DF Musa Bilankulu

29

DF Nkosinathi Sibisi

31

MF Thabani Zuke

32

GK Nkosingiphile Gumede

33

GK Sherwyn Naicker

35

MF Sandile Zuke

36

MF Yusuf Jappie

37

MF Velemseni Ndwandwe

38

DF Siyanda Dlamini

41

FW Lerato Lamola

Foreigners[edit] In the South African PSL, only five non-South African nationals can be registered. Foreign players who have acquired permanent residency can be registered as locals. Namibians born before 1990 can be registered as South Africans.

Limbikani Mzava Danny Phiri

permanent residency

Chris Katjiukua Maximilian Mbaeva

Notable former coaches[edit]

Jan Simulambo (2001) Khabo Zondo (8 Feb 2005 – 9 Jan 2007) Manqoba Mngqithi (10 Jan 2007 – 30 June 2010) Zoran Filipović
Zoran Filipović
(12 July 2010 – 21 March 2011) Ernst Middendorp (22 March 2011 – 30 Sep 2011) Muhsin Ertuğral (3 Oct 2011 – 22 Oct 2012) Manqoba Mngqithi (23 Oct 2012 – 5 Oct 2013) Mark Harrison (7 Oct 2013 – 10 Feb 2014) Shaun Bartlett (interim) (10 Feb 2014 – 30 June 2014) Shaun Bartlett (1 July 2014 – 15 June 2015) Serame Letsoaka (15 June 2015 – 1 Dec 2015 Clinton Larsen (6 Dec 2015 –

Shirt sponsor & kit manufacturer[edit]

Shirt sponsor: None Kit manufacturer: None

External links[edit]

Official website Premier Soccer
Soccer
League PSL Club Info South African Football Association Confederation of African Football

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Lamontville
Lamontville
Golden Arrows F.C. – current squad

1 Mbaeva 2 Miheso 3 Zitha 4 Katjiukua 5 Mzava 7 Jooste 8 Conco 12 Ntanga 13 Mabizela 14 S. Dube 15 K. Parusnath 16 S. Parusnath 17 N. Cele 19 Nkosi 20 Mathiane (c) 21 Mngwengwe 22 Sibeko 23 L. Dube 24 Molefe 25 Sibiya 26 Sithole 28 Sikhakhane 29 Q. Ngcobo 30 Hlongwane 31 Goss 32 Gumede 33 S. Cele 35 Langeveldt 36 Zulu 38 Si. Dlamini 39 L. Ngcobo 40 Lamola 42 Nzama 43 Sa. Dlamini 45 Sibisi 50 Bilankulu Nworah Phiri Manager: Larsen

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2017–18 Premier Soccer
Soccer
League

Ajax Cape Town AmaZulu Baroka Bidvest Wits Bloemfontein Celtic Cape Town City Chippa United Free State Stars Golden Arrows Kaizer Chiefs Mamelodi Sundowns Maritzburg United Orlando Pirates Platinum Stars Polokwane City

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