TS Galaxy: Tim Sukazi’s Team and Bundesliga Outfit Reach Agreement to Form Transfer Partnership

TS Galaxy: Tim Sukazi’s Team and Bundesliga Outfit Reach Agreement to Form Transfer Partnership

Byron Pillay
May 28, 2024 at 9:10 PM
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  • TS Galaxy enjoyed their best season in the DStv Premiership, finishing sixth on the table
  • Sead Ramovic has been linked with the Kaizer Chiefs post and could leave Galaxy this year
  • Galaxy are looking to expand their brand and have partnered with a Bundesliga outfit

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TS Galaxy are building something special in Mpumalanga.

The Rockets finished sixth in the DStv Premiership this season, and things only promise to improve.

Sead Ramovic's TS Galaxy will play against a German side in July.
Sead Ramovic's TS Galaxy have reached an agreement with Bundesliga side, FC Augsburg, for a unique partnership. Image: @SAFootClassics.
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Tim Sukazi’s side are improving under coach Sead Ramovic, and their brand is set to grow as well.

As noted by Soccer Laduma, Galaxy have formed a transfer partnership with a Bundesliga side and will play the team during a pre-season game in July.

The Rockets will take on FC Augsburg in South Africa, and the deal between the two sides could see the German outfit signing players from Galaxy.

FC Augsburg finished the Bundesliga season in 11th place.

While the German manager could be the coach of the side when they face the German outfit, there’s also a chance he won’t be.

Ramovic has recently been linked with the Kaizer Chiefs job as the Soweto-based side continues its search for a new manager.

Galaxy’s impressive season and Ramovic’s disappointment

The Mpumalanga-based side finished the 2023/24 season in sixth place, the highest they have ever finished a season.

The Rockets beat Orlando Pirates during the league season and drew with Mamelodi Sundowns.

Sadly, they lost their last game against Polokwane City and dropped from fourth to sixth.

Ramovic has since spoken about the loss, mentioning how disappointed he was with finishing sixth, iDiskiTimes reported.

“Of course, it’s a little bit disappointing because we couldn’t reach or stay in the top four spot,” he said.
“Now you were on number four, you lost you are number six. Yes, it is painful, but you grow. It’s again a beautiful experience for my players. If the pressure is on, you have to bring the same effort and the same attitude. You have to be mentally strong, you have to show up, and I think this is where we missed it,” he added.

Sukazi backs Ramovic for Chiefs post

Sports Brief reported how TS Galaxy owner Sukazi was confident in Ramovic’s ability to lead Chiefs.

The Galaxy manager has been linked with the vacant post at the Amakhosi due to his work with the Rockets.

Chiefs have been searching for a permanent replacement since sacking Molefi Ntseki for poor performances.

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Byron Pillay
Byron Pillay is a sports writer and Head of the Department at Sports Brief (joined in 2022) with over 10 years of experience in community journalism and a degree in journalism from Caxton's Cadet School.
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