A former Kaizer Chiefs striker bagged a hat-trick as Pretoria Callies thrashed Cape Town Spurs in GladAfrica Championship action on Sunday. Black Leopards sunk further down the GladAfrica Championship table on Saturday after encountering a 1-0 loss against JDR Stars in Polokwane.
Whilst it’s a bad outcome for Leopards, it’s not the case for Stars who leaped to second spot with the winning effort coming from Ishmael Wadi halfway in the first period.Pretoria Callies thumped Cape Town Spurs 6-1 at the Lucas Moripe Stadium to move up from the bottom-half of the standings.
Edmore Chirambadare netted a hat-trick, while Keletso Sifama, Thabo Mosadi and Meshack Maphangule got in on the act too.Spurs consolation came courtesy of Thendo Mukumela and had Sonwabile Mfecane red-carded earlier on in the second period.
That's what happens when you used to play for a big team, unfortunately the likes of moriri and nyandoro are no where to be found because they played for a small team. chiefs is a small team gone are the days of Orlando Pirates and kaizar chiefs dominating our football Esrom and Moriri have both decent paying jobs at Sundowns.
That score made a certain coach to resign live on air/tv with an immediate effect.Edmore Chimbandare and Kekotse Sifama.Moriri and Nyandoro are earning a decent salary at Sundowns not stealing copper cables.if there was a star we would take you serious, for now you still.
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