Orlando Pirates returned to winning ways, going above Mamelodi Sundowns into second place in the Absa Premier Soccer League standings as they snapped a run of six successive games without success by walloping AmaZulu 4-1 at the Orlando Stadium on Saturday night.
The destination of this season’s league title remains in the balance with log leaders Bidvest Wits failing to beat a 10-men second-placed Mamelodi Sundowns at their packed tiny Milpark Stadium on Saturday night.
Gift Links scored a superb goal as Cape Town City kept up their streak of hot form and piled more misery on bottom club Maritzburg United with a 3-2 victory in their Absa Premiership clash at the Athlone Stadium on Saturday.
Clinton Larsen’s reunion with his former Lamontville Golden Arrows charges ended in 1-1 stalemate as he kept up his unbeaten record since joining Chippa United at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Friday night.
Liverpool boss Juergen Klopp believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should be made Manchester United’s permanent manager and praised the Norwegian for being able to combine everything United stood for under Alex Ferguson with a modern tactical approach.
Having spent some time in Lithuania with FK Gintra-Universitetas‚ star Banyana Banyana midfielder Leandra Smeda has a good idea of what to find when she arrives in Sweden to join new club Vittsjő GIK in the Damallsvenskan.
Cape Town City must negotiate the absence of two stalwart midfielders for the visit of Maritzburg United to Athlone Stadium in the Absa Premiership on Saturday (kickoff 3.30pm)‚ but coach Benni McCarthy says he has full confidence in his extended squad.
Stuart Baxter needs to engage Safa president Danny Jordaan if he wants the association to engage Kaizer Chiefs on the availability Shaun Bartlett as Bafana Bafana assistant-coach for next month’s qualifier against Libya.
Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada took four wickets as South Africa raced through Sri Lanka’s batting line-up to bowl the tourists out for 154 on the second morning of the second and final test at St George’s Park on Friday.
Polokwane City are unpredictable and tricky but Kaizer Chiefs can overcome them with structure and a good gameplan‚ Amakhosi midfielder George Maluleka has said of Sunday’s Absa Premiership match-up at Peter Mokaba Stadium.