Regardless of Saturday’s result against Nigeria, and the outcome of the African Cup of Nations 2019 qualification campaign, the South African Football Association needs to stick with Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter. DEAN WORKMAN explores.
After early exits from the MTN8, Caf Champions League and Telkom Knockout and with their struggles in front of goal set to be tested this weekend against Orlando Pirates, it is starting to become clear that Pitso Mosimane’s rebuild of Mamelodi Sundowns will take longer than he may have expected. DEAN WORKMAN explores.
After a disappointing 0-0 home draw against Libya last time out, Bafana Bafana will face off against minnows Seychelles where there will be no excuses for failure to pick up 6 points over the double-header, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
SuperSport United and Cape Town City do duty in the 2018 MTN8 final in a clash that pits experience against hunger. Who will be the last team standing? DEAN WORKMAN explores.
Surprise, surprise the Moses Mabhida will host yet another cup final. The Durban based stadium has fast become the go to destination for both Safa and the PSL which looks to have upset fans, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter called up his European based heavy hitters in his latest squad as he looks to benefit from their experiences abroad, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
After claiming victories over Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, Bidvest Wits can now firmly be considered to be Absa Premiership title contenders, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
Manchester City kicked off their title defence with a dominant display over Arsenal at the Emirates and looked as though they had never been away, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
After an abysmal 2017/18 season under Steve Komphela, which extended the clubs three year trophy drought, Kaizer Chiefs and new coach Giovanni Solinas will need to hit the ground running in the upcoming campaign if they are to regain past glories, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
Despite making headway with the unveilings of Khama Billiat and Giovanni Solinas, Kaizer Chiefs’ puzzle is far from being complete, writes DEAN WORKMAN.