Neeskens chance at redemption.

Mamelodi sundowns must take the Telkom knockout cup as their chance at redeeming themselves after an embarassing start to this season. Coach Neeskens knows very well how important it is for him to guide his charges to a Telkom knockout cup victory, winning this cup might help him to stay on as the brazilians coach…

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An open letter to Andile Jali and Thulani Serero

Dear Andile and Thulani, South Africa is a country blessed with an abundance of raw and natural talent but only a few manage to make it to the top and actually make an impact. And you boys are just two of the few lucky ones. Some made it but somehow fame and fortune become too…

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Where exactly is the Absa Premiership title race heading?

The Absa Premiership race is fast approaching the home straight. Orlando Pirates are favourites to lift the league trophy but it’s almost certain that this race will be decided in the last three matches of the season. Today I am looking at the top contenders’ chances of winning the league title. Orlando Pirates The Buccaneers…

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Pitso a father figure to Bafana players

Pitso Mosimane’s record as Bafana coach has been impressive so far, not only on the playing field, where the team has displayed some exciting football, but also off the pitch where his work with the players is encouraging. He has proven himself to be more than a coach to his players. He is building strong…

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We need a reserve league, urgently!

The way our junior national team coaches struggle to get the players they need is a disgrace. It shows how ignorant this country is when it comes to development. It’s stupid to expect any degree of success from the senior national team when the youth teams are ignored. The best football nations in the world…

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Chiefs to test Bucs’ resilience

Orlando Pirates will go to their much anticipated game against Kaizer Chiefs with their spirits high after a brilliant run of 13 games unbeaten and the number-one spot in the league. But the back-to-back defeats against their arch-rivals will still be fresh in their minds. This game will be a humdinger and definitely a match…

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Bafana should have done better

Bafana Bafana managed to beat a weak Kenyan side by two goals to nil, but their performance was far from convincing. The team should have destroyed the hapless Kenyans, who looked out of sorts throughout the game. Like in most games Bafana have played so far, they managed to control the game and enjoy a…

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Will Sundowns spoil the Happy People’s party?

Mamelodi Sundowns will go into their much-anticipated clash against Orlando Pirates on Saturday night hoping to reclaim the top spot. But Pirates will definitely try to protect their unbeaten run — more than 10 matches — to keep the number-one spot. This is going to be a tough battle. Sundowns-Pirates clashes never disappoint and this…

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Sundowns must keep Habas

After a perfect start to their current league campaign, Sundowns have had to endure a bad loss of form lately and the supporters are calling for coach Antonio Lopez Habas to be fired. The Brazilians started this season like a house on fire and were at one stage seven points clear at the top of…

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Time for Teko to step up

Teko Modise has put all the drama and speculation behind him and signed for Mamelodi Sundowns. He joins a Sundowns’ side where competition for a place in the starting line-up is very high, just like at his former club, Orlando Pirates. The big question is whether Modise will be able to cope with the pressure…

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