Argentina and Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has been unfairly vindicated for his country’s poor showing at the 2018 World Cup, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Argentina are on the brink of World Cup elimination and there is only one man to blame, Jorge Sampaoli. DEAN WORKMAN explores.
As Itumeleng Khune reaches the age of 31, how much longer can the shot-stopper hold things together at Kaizer Chiefs? DEAN WORKMAN explores.
Led by the youngest and only black coach at the tournament, Senegal became the first African nation to secure victory at the 2018 World Cup – a feat which should be celebrated, re-told and revered, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Rassie Erasmus’ Springboks have proved that a more transformed team can win big Test matches via a pragmatic yet exciting approach, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Missed goalscoring opportunities and a few perplexing decisions from some coaches have aided to the Africa’s poor start to the 2018 World Cup, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
There’s a lot to be said about Phil Mickelson after semantics spared him a disqualification.
It may only be day four at the World Cup, but we have already been provided with entertainment of the highest order. DEAN WORKMAN explores.
Dear disgruntled Bafana Bafana fans, pick your African side and throw your support behind them; share in their joy and their pain. It’s going to be a wild ride! writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
After watching the opening ceremony and the goal fest between Russia and Saudia Arabia, the World Cup fever has hit me too, writes WADE PRETORIUS.