More Local Coaches Getting The Nod

It’s good to see more and more local coaches taking charge of PSL teams.  This not only shows our growth Read more

Orlando Pirates Good For The Derby Win

Since the turn of the year, there has been a clear difference in the fortunes of the two Soweto teams, Read more

Itumeleng Khune Must Leave Chiefs

Itumeleng Khune looks to still be in limbo at Kaizer Chiefs, and might not see much game time until the Read more

Usuthu struggling, Dikwena sinking, Birds With No Wings

This season has been particularly bad for the pride of KwaZulu-Natal, AmaZulu.  They only have one win to show in Read more

The Fantastic Four

As we move into the last week of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, there are four teams that live Read more

The Stars Are Not Shining At AFCON

The Africa Cup of Nations has been going on for just over a week now, and there has been some Read more

Bafana Bafana Undone By Inexperience

Right, so Bafana Bafana finally got their Africa Cup of Nations campaign underway on Monday, and I think it’s fair to Read more

Amakhosi Run Risk Of Losing Stuart Baxter

News filtered in this week about Kingston Nkhatha having signed a pre-contract with Supersport United.  I would imagine that most Read more

Mixed Feelings On Bafana Bafana

First of all, compliments of the new year to everyone.  Hope you had a wonderful festive season and crossed over Read more

The Ghost Haunting Bucs

Ok, if you’re a fan of Orlando Pirates, you might not want to read this.  The disarray at the club Read more

Numbers Don’t Lie For Portia And Shakes

I’ll go straight to my point.  I noticed a disturbing trend of negative comments on social media on Sunday night Read more

Tough Schedule For Big Boys

South African teams have previously shown that they have problems when it comes to dealing with the pressure of a Read more

Cheap Coach? What Cheap Coach?

Let me start by saying ‘Shaaaaaakes’!  If you did not know how to celebrate on Saturday after Bafana Bafana secured Read more

Gordon Igesund “Happy To Be Back”

Gordon Igesund’s reign as Bafana Bafana coach ended in a rather unceremonious way, having been told that his contract will Read more

Who Will Fill The Gloves?

There is no doubt that the first name on the team sheet for the upcoming AFCON qualifier against Sudan would Read more

RIP ‘Bhakaniya’

First things first, I would like to join the entire country and the sporting fraternity in mourning and send my Read more

Stingy Teams Win More Often Than Not

Over the past five seasons, the league title has been won more by teams that leak the least goals than Read more

All Hail Mighty Chiefs

Arguably the most anticipated game of football in recent times took place at the Moses Mabhida Stadium this past Saturday.  The Read more

Shakes Mashaba’s Report Card

Ok, the international break has come and gone, meaning we can now review Shakes Mashaba’s first assignment as the Bafana Read more

Coaching Merry-Go-Round

As with all the seasons in our beloved Absa Premiership, the coaching merry-go-round is in full force just a month Read more

Bold Mashaba Shakes It Up

Well, the day finally came.  Shakes Mashaba has named his first Bafana squad, and I must admit, it was a Read more

Are Kaizer Chiefs Peaking Too Early?

With only four games into the season, it might be too early to tell, but Kaizer Chiefs look like the Read more

Football Fans Are Too Fickle

“Sundowns is too big for Pitso”.  “Pitso must go, I want Mangqoba”.  “Pitso wa re jesa (makes us lose)”.  “He Read more

The Transfers: Flop Signings Or Not?

Right, so the first competitive weekend of the 2014/15 season has come and gone, with the MTN8 quarter-finals giving us Read more

PSL Not Good Enough

The Absa Premiership is the best league on the continent.  That’s what most South Africans, and some of us in the media Read more

The Time For The Quick Fix Is Over

Since the South African Football Association (SAFA) announced over a month ago that they will not be renewing the contact of national Read more