This October I did something I haven’t done in years. I went back to school – Tour Qualifying School. It’s undeniably one of the most stressful things a professional golfer faces in their career.
With both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates not hitting the heights of expectation over the last five years, can the Soweto derby still be considered the country’s biggest game with the dominant Mamelodi Sundowns not involved, asks SoccerClub writer Dean Workman.
No disrespect intended to all the other DStv Premiership teams, but Mamelodi Sundowns’ dominance of South African football has turned the competition into a ‘farmers league’ as they look nailed on to win a fifth consecutive title, writes DEAN WORKMAN. You may also like
New Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos may have got his reign off to a good start but, with the Belgian looking to build a young side, there will be inconsistencies. He needs to be given time otherwise his appointment will have been pointless, writes SoccerClub‘s DEAN WORKMAN. You may also like
The series between England and India has highlighted the gulf that exists between the Proteas and the format’s elite, writes RYAN VREDE. You may also like
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With Bafana Bafana disappointing yet again, there seems to be one man who has all the knowledge, experience and mentality to change things in the national team. But, unfortunately, Pitso Mosimane has already experienced the Bafana set-up and quite frankly might not want to go back. You may also like
The Mamelodi Sundowns juggernaut continues to steamroll all in front of it. The Brazilians have been engulfed in Caf Champions League and Nedbank Cup action over the last month, but still remain a point clear at the top of the DStv Premiership with four games in hand. The question remains: can anyone stop the Downs machine? DEAN WORKMAN explores. You… Read more →
In the first article of a three-part series, Craig Lewis looks back at the Springboks’ match-day squad from the World Cup final to chart their journeys over the past 15 months. You may also like
After grabbing a late equaliser against Mamelodi Sundowns this past Saturday to remain level on points with the defending champions at the summit of the DStv Premiership log, similarities in the Swallows FC team with the historic Leicester City title-winning side are emerging, writes DEAN WORKMAN. You may also like