05/05/2022 Unexpected: Ex-Pirates star insults his ex-Pirates teammate in public. The modern world has made it easy for the world to keep tabs on each other on daily basis through technology, as social media has taken over the world and it is the only easiest way for people from all walks of life can constantly be in the same world at the same time.
With the league only just a few games away from taking the Christmas break, the clubs need to focus and try to collect the remaining points and improve their league positions before the break kicks in. Clubs are trying to find a way to keep their players motivated during this period, given that it is already a festive season in the country and their minds might switch off from the task that is in front of them.
Currently, there is no team in the top tier of South African football that comes close to Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club when it comes to attracting top talents around and abroad. The trend continued as they attracted and signed arguably one of the best players in the league the last two or more seasons, Bradley Ralani who joined the club from Cape Town City Football Club a few weeks ago.
They are only two fixtures left this year for Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, and will be played on the 19th and 22nd of this month. The outcomes of those matches will determine how their second leg of the season will be about, as they are believed to still be in the title race despite runaway leaders, Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club holding a twelve points lead at the top of the Dstv Premiership table.
Life at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club for fringe players is not a good one as they don't know what will happen to them in the future, especially those who have their contracts coming to an end at the end of the current season, as they don't know whether their contracts will be extended or they will be let go.
Cape Town City Football Club is a South African top-flight football club that is based in Cape Town, Western Cape Province, and was first formed back in 1962 before being reformed in 2016 by the club's boss John Comitis after he bought the status of Mpumalanga Black Aces Football Club.
Ever since he left Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club earlier this season after successful years stay at the Brazilians, they have been many rumours on where next Hlompho Kekana will next play. The most successful player in South African football when it comes to silverware is undoubtedly the talk of this transfer window, and with each passing day, he is rumoured with a new club.
Muthi or traditional medicine has been used in Africa for well over 10 centuries as our forefathers and foremothers believed in them we are also doing the same, as we see millions of people across the continent if not the world use it for various things and in the world of soccer, it is also used.
The 2021/2022 season was supposed to be a season where Kaizer Chiefs Football Club end their awful trophyless run that is now at six-plus years, but their season has not went according to plan as the return of Stuart Baxter as their head coach has not turned around the club's fortunes.
Currently, there is no team in the highest flight of South African football that comes close to Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club when it comes to drawing the best players from both within and outside of the country. With the signing of Bradley Ralani, arguably one of the best players in the league over the last two or more seasons, they continued their upward trajectory.
South African top-flight football club Cape Town City Football Club was founded in 1962 and is based in the city of Cape Town, Western Cape Province. The club was reformed in 2016 by the club's owner, John Comitis, after he purchased the status of the Mpumalanga Black Aces Football Club.
Mamelodi Sundowns co-coaches Manqoba Mqhithi and Rhulani Mokoena have yet done it again in the Dstv Premiership as they awarded coach of the month awards for both October and November. The duo is currently working with Steve Khomphela who joined after the departure of Pitso Mosimane and have been a pain in the neck for other coaches in the 2021/2022 season as they remain undefeated.
It is not every day where you find a player praising another player especially after his side was defeated by the other player's club, but Cape Town City Football Club star attacker Surprise Ralani is different, as he has no problem in recognizing, appreciating, and praising a talented player when he sees one.
Lebogang Manyama is a South African soccer player who plays for both Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and the South African senior male public gathering, the 31-year-old who encountered a terrible knee injury towards the completion of the 2020/2021 season returned to action close to the start of October to simply play three matches before his knee injury compelled him done for again.
Lebogang Manyama is a South African soccer player who plays for both Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and the South African senior male national team, the 31-year-old who suffered a horrible knee injury towards the end of the 2020/2021 season returned to action in early October to only play three matches before his knee injury forced him out of action again.
This is arguably the second most celebrated day in the world after Christmas Day, the 14th of February may not be a public holiday but it is the day when loved ones share their love for each other more than the other days. Valentine's Day is simply the day of loving each other more than we normally do and also celebrating each other as well, it could to your partner, family, friends, colleagues, or even yourself as love starts with loving yourself first.
Being a Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club player is one of the hardest things a soccer player can go through nowadays, as the size and quality of their squad require players to always be at their utmost best. Photo credit: Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Official Facebook Page The club's success in the last 10 seasons has seen players coming in almost every transfer window market, but the majority of those players have failed to make an impact and had to make a way for other players.
Cape Town City have been hit with a powerful fine by the PSL Disciplinary Committee. DStv Premiership side Cape Town City have been given a R100 000 fine by the PSLDC subsequent to neglecting to deliver player enrollment cards during last month's 3-2 association prevail upon Maritzburg United.
The Premier Soccer League announced on Monday that Cape Town City had been fined R100,000. The Mother City outfit was found guilty and fined by the league after the KwaZulu-Natal club lodged a protest prior to kinging the ball on that evening following an incident that occurred during their DStv Premiership match against Maritzburg United in Cape Town in December where the Citizens played without the players' registration cards.
Injuries to important players at crucial times have become a common occurrence for Kaizer Chiefs Football Club in recent years. Many of the club's biggest talents, including Khama Billiat, Itumeleng Khune, Samir Nurkovic, and Lebogang Manyama, have been sidelined due to injuries during the last two seasons when the team needed them the most.