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  • Superfan: Cape Town's Fraser never misses out

    Superfan: Cape Town’s Fraser never misses out

    Growing up close to Newlands’ two famous sporting grounds, Alasdair Fraser quickly fell in love with sport and has never looked back.

    Mark Alexander

    SA Rugby president must go

    RYAN VREDE says SA Rugby president Mark Alexander’s tacit support of the disgraced Sascoc CEO Tubby Reddy and a clutch of his cronies is shameful and must signal the end of his reign.

    Spurs midfielder Heung-min Son

    Spurs rally to earn late draw

    Son Heung-min cancelled out a similarly improbable long-range strike from Pedro Obiang as Tottenham snatched a 1-1 draw against West Ham.

    Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho

    5 ways to improve Liverpool

    January offers a time for managers to enforce their squad ahead of the second half of the season and – even after the much-needed addition of a new centre-back – there’s plenty of ways Jurgen Klopp can bolster his squad this winter…

    Hector Bellerin

    Bellerin’s late one salvages point

    An enthralling derby clash between Arsenal and Chelsea ended 2-2 thanks to Hector Bellerin’s brilliant late strike.

    Manchester United beat Everton

    Martial, Lingard hand United key win

    Manchester United ended their recent slump with a 2-0 win over Everton, as Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard scored the decisive goals.

    Klavan wins it for Liverpool

    Klavan the hero as Reds down Burnley

    Liverpool made light of being without Philippe Coutinho or Mohamed Salah as Ragnar Klavan headed a dramatic 94th-minute winner at Burnley. 

    Arsenal held

    Late penalty spoils Wenger’s day

    Arsene Wenger’s record 811th Premier League match as manager ended in frustration as Jay Rodriguez’s late penalty earned West Bromwich Albion a 1-1 draw against Arsenal.

    James Ferguson

    Superfan: James Ferguson’s a Red

    For 30 years, Cape Town’s James Ferguson has worn his heart on his sleeve in support of his beloved Liverpool and is ready to continue for another 30 years.