Another worrying story came out of the South African game this weekend, with the Sunday World allegation that Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma is earning just R5000-a-month to ply his trade at Amakhosi.
As romantic as Cape Town City’s season has been, there is still one small gripe, for me, with a club that has burst so impressively onto the scene, capturing the Telkom Knockout and finishing third in the Absa Premiership in its fledgling season in the top flight
Stuart Baxter sat back in the Bafana hot seat for the first time in well over a decade yesterday at Safa House, discussing his mission for Part Two of his odyssey as head coach of the South African national team.
After another enthralling week in the title race, it is Bidvest Wits who are in charge of their own destiny, and who can guarantee a first Absa Premiership crown with just three more wins to the end of the season.
It is a fickle world, this world of coaching. Only last season, Dan Malesela was the toast of Chippa United, his team’s attractive style of play blasting them into a top eight spot for the first time in the club’s history.
Who is going to win the Absa Premiership title? Your guess is as good as mine right now, with this season set for an enthralling finish, likely to go right down to the wire, probably even to the final set of fixtures on May 27.