Last chance for success: Defeat for Pirates in Saturday’s cup final will mean another season without a trophy for the giants, but they hope to salvage some pride.
SA clubs need to pick up pace: Next week is another tough one for South African clubs in continental competitions – a sort of make-or-break situation.
Clubs narrow angle on sale deal of ‘R60m’: The sale deal between Thanda Royal Zulu FC and AmaZulu FC – rumoured to have cost about R60 million – could be concluded as early as this week.
Another local soccer coach bites the dust: Serame Letsoaka is the latest coach to join the growing list of unemployed mentors in the country as rumours say his contract will not be renewed.
Baroka avoid the chop in tense draw: As Baroka retained their place in the Absa Premiership race, fans were cheering, but Black Leopards were condemned to the NFD.
Cameroon open Confed Cup campaign facing Chile: It seems to be an unfortunate recurrence that whenever African teams participate in global competitions, there is some controversy or scandal that surrounds them.
Ronaldo ‘to exit Real Madrid’ over tax woes: Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave the club and Spain after being accused of committing tax fraud in that country.
Baxter starts on a high note: After witnessing Bafana make history in Uyo, Nigeria, Timothy Molobi is positive about the future of the team under the guidance of coach Stuart Baxter.
Coaching a club and a national team is a matter of chalk and cheese: If ever there was a scenario that once more proves how different coaching a national team is to guiding a club, it’s Stuart Baxter’s positions.
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