19.11.2020 12:52 pm
Kaitano Tembo needs to get his team going and challenge crosstown rivals Mamelodi Sundowns for the league title.
SuperSport United are one of those teams who don’t like to fire a coach after one or two bad results much like one Siviwe “Chippa” Mpengesi of Chippa United and some of the club bosses up North.
Having watched all the Ajax Cape Town playoffs matches so far, I felt like going to salute the club’s management and coaching staff for their believe in young players and giving them the platform to showcase their talent.
For a club who have come out of nowhere to be in the top flight, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila’s rise should be celebrated.
As we are about to wrap up the 2019/2020 season, I just can’t help it but think about some of the players who are left behind in their soccer careers as they are stranded without clubs.
Chiefs can win all of their games until the season closes, if they can get the momentum of beating Mamelodi Sundowns on Thursday at Orlando Stadium.
Recently the Zimbabwean international has just become an ordinary player in the squad.
Sundowns, SuperSport United, and Ajax Cape Town set the standards when it comes to giving the youth a chance in top level football.
This is probably the least relevant topic to visit during this time as the Premier Soccer League season is about to return this weekend after almost five months of football starvation.
It’s not easy staying for over four months without competitive football and relying on your home workouts to be ready to play once the resumption of play gets the green light.
There had been strong suggestions that the PSL were considering cancelling the current season and waiting for lockdown to be lifted to resume football again.
When you think of club football powerhouses and your mind does not immediately think of a European team, I and the rest of the football-loving disciples have the right to brand you as a plastic fan, meaning your football knowledge is fairly limited.
Covid-19 has been a testing era, that will one day make for great academical material.
The mixed messages from the South African Football Association and the Premier Soccer League are really annoying.
On Monday, the Premier Soccer League had a media conference where it became clear from what chairman Irvin Khoza was saying that they are ready to get the ball rolling – and I mean that literally.
Right now you don’t need to knock your head in trying to guess who the title ‘golden-boy of South African football’ belongs to. That crown sits perfectly on Rulani Mokwena’s head.