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Western Province United Full name Western Province United Football Club Founded 1998, as FC Fortune Ground Wynberg Military Base, Cape Town (Capacity: N/A) Chairman Dumisani Ndlovu Manager Sonas Malope League National First Division, Coastal Stream 2006-07 National First Division, 14th Home colours Away colours Western Province United is a South African association football club based in Wynberg, Cape Town participating in the National First Division. After the liquidation of East London-based Bush Bucks in September 2006, Western Province United, known as Cape United during the 2005-06 season, took their place to become part of the First Division. The club was formerly known as FC Fortune and was set up in 1998 by Colin Gie and Quinton Fortune, a South African football player. In late 2007, businessman Dumisani Ndlovu, who previously owned Benoni Premier United, purchased WP United. 2009/2010 First team squad As of September 14, 2009 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Position Player 2 DF Samora Motloung 21 MF Maupo Kurango Foreigners In the South African PSL, only five non-South African nationals can be registered. Players with foreign and South African citizenship do not count as foreigners. Maupo Kurango External links Western Province United Official Website Premier Soccer League Official Website National First Division section @ v · d · eNational First Division 2010/11 season Coastal Stream African Warriors · Bay United · Carara Kicks · FC Cape Town · Hanover Park · Blackburn Rovers · Nathi Lions · Thanda Royal Zulu Inland Stream Batau FC · Black Leopards · Jomo Cosmos · Dynamos · University of Pretoria · FC AK · Witbank Spurs · United FC Official Website