The Premier Soccer League confirmed that AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson and striker Emiliano Tade have been named Absa Premiership Coach and Player of the Month for November/December.
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene believes their disappointment in the Caf Champions League last season will push them to claiming continental glory this season.
2018 has been yet another year which has offered up thrills and spills aplenty in the Premier Soccer League. SoccerClub writer DEAN WORKMAN has picked out the five winners from another entertaining year in the PSL.
Cape Town City chairman John Comitis has challenged Kermit Erasmus to step up after joining the Citizens on a two-year deal, writes DYLAN APPOLIS.
Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy wants his side to finish the year on a positive by claiming maximum points against Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday, writs DYLAN APPOLIS.
Black Leopards have confirmed that they have decided against signing former Kaizer Chiefs midfielders Abia Nale and Enocent Mkhabela after the duo spent over a month on trial at the club.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane insists that every player has to fight for his position in the squad or risk losing his position in the team.
The return of coach Ernst Middendorp at Kaizer Chiefs has reignited the career of Philani Zulu at the club, with the German mentor claiming that the former Maritzburg United man understands his football philosophy.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has called for the club’s fans to show patience and understanding towards the players as he looks to ‘reclaim the glory days at Naturena.’
Zimbabwean international Khama Billiat admits that there is an expected pressure that comes with playing for a big club like Kaizer Chiefs.