22.1.2020 03:27 pm
Ncikazi says Arrows need to keep the ball away from Chiefs when the sides meet on Saturday.
What do you do when you play a team who are as aggressive and dangerous as Ernst Middendorp’s Kaizer Chiefs this season? Well, according to Golden Arrows’ assistant coach, Mandla Ncikazi, you just try to keep the ball away from them for as much you can.
Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane says it is possible to knock Absa Premiership log leaders Kaizer Chiefs off their perch as they trail the Glamour Boys by seven points.
Thapelo Morena started off the Tshwane derby playing as a right winger for Mamelodi Sundowns but ended playing as a striker and that is where he scored a sublime goal to win the derby against SuperSport United.
Norman Mapeza believes that with better finishing, Chippa United could have come away with a win in their league game against Bloemfontein Celtic at the weekend.
Cape Town City FC defender Taariq Fielies has urged his teammates to forget about Benni McCarthy and adapt to coach Jan Olde Riekerink’s philosophy.
Just one point separates Sundowns and Wits at the top of the MDC standings following Downs 3-1 loss to Chippa United last Sunday.
“We have a problem with yellow cards at the moment, but we have players that can come in and play,” said Zinnbauer.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has confirmed that they made an offer to sign Zimbabwean forward Knowledge Musona.
Football agent Palesa Mkhize says he wants nothing to do with former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Pule Ekstein.
This is the second successive Q-Innovation victory for Chiefs in the 2019/20 season.
Edwin Gyimah says they will fight to keep Black Leopards in the Absa Premiership.
The Premier Soccer League is set to take action against AmaZulu players and technical staff for their behaviour against referee Tshidiso Moruping after their game against Maritzburg United.
Mamelodi Sundowns may still get the chance to sign Zimbabwean star Knowledge Musona at the end of the season.
A South African Football Association (Safa) branch in Mgungundlovu reportedly saw some of its assets repossessed and sold to pay the salaries of employees which were overdue for 12 months.