Seychelles might be minnows, but there are several positives that can be taken away from Bafana Bafana’s 6-0 win at the FNB Stadium in their 2019 Afcon qualifier, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates fans should be buoyed by their teams’ recent showings in the Absa Premiership, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Amid a number of injury withdrawals and claims of nepotism directed at Stuart Baxter, Bafana Bafana need to focus on securing three points against Libya if they are to qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
If you weren’t convinced of Kaizer Chiefs’ title credentials after the marquee signing of Khama Billiat, then the Amakhosi’s acquisition of Lebogang Manyama should sway your thinking, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Following a protracted contractual saga, Kaizer Chiefs have finally got their man, but can “Dax” help Chiefs end their long-awaited trophy drought? MARSHALL GOUTS deliberates.
Mamelodi Sundowns have flexed their financial muscle, but Orlando Pirates will win the 2018-19 Absa Premiership title on the basis of continuity, hunger and meticulous planning, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
It wasn’t the only contributing factor, but the absence of Khama Billiat and Percy Tau was frighteningly evident in Mamelodi Sundowns’ 1-0 loss to minnows AS Togo in their CAF Champions League group game, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Belgium failed to deliver the goods against France, but Croatia’s historic victory against England gives hope to the ‘Golden Generation’ moniker, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Percy Tau is likely to break the national transfer record, but Mamelodi Sundowns should feel aggrieved by losing Khama Billiat to Kaizer Chiefs on a free, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Following a below-par performance in Russia, for the first time in 32 years, the World Cup last 16 will not feature an African team, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.