20.9.2019 04:18 pm
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he would love to see Springboks captain Siya Kolisi lifting the coveted Rugby World Cup trophy.
The Springboks will begin their 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign in Japan against New Zealand on Saturday.
Polokwane City coach Zlatko Krmpotic has blamed referee Victor Gomes for his side’s exit from the MTN8 competition.
AmaZulu FC’s general manager, Lunga Sokhela asked new coach Jozef Vukusic to help the Durban-based side find its rhythm and finish in the top eight at the end of the current campaign.
The coach felt that the way his team exerted themselves in front of goal in their last two matches was a serious cause for concern that needed his immediate attention.
Zimbabwean goalkeeper George Chigova has posted an emotional tribute to his father George senior who passed on.
In this week’s instalment of Throwback Thursday, former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Josta Dladla took a trip down memory lane recounting his move to Danish side AGF Aarhus from Bidvest Wits in the early 2000’s.
The defeat may have been bitter but it was perhaps what Kaizer Chiefs need to realise they are far from being where they should be.
Real Kings chairman Bongani Ngidi has dismissed reports that he was on the verge of selling the club to former Royal Eagles co-owner Shauwn Mpisane.
Club Brugge’s official Twitter feed endeared itself to South Africans on Wednesday, with Mzansi-flavoured tweets about Bafana attacker Percy Tau, who is set to play for Brugge in their opening Uefa Champions League Group A match against Galatasaray on Wednesday evening.
Hlatshwayo has since signed a new contract at Wits, but it could be that Pirates will look to go back into the market for the Bafana captain in January.
AmaZulu have confirmed the appointment of Jozef Vukusic as their new coach.
Modiba says he has moved on from that setback and is ready to “soldier on”.
Black Leopards have fired coach Lionel Soccoia and his technical team including team manager Professor Ngubane.
Striker Samir Nurkovic’s form had former Kaizer Chiefs star Jabu Mahlangu wishing he could roll back the years and still play for Amakhosi.