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Celtics and Arrows draw in ABSA premiership

BLOEMFONTEIN  Celtic and Golden Arrows played to 0-0 draw in their Absa Premiership at the Dr Molemela Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The match was a must-win fixture for both teams to try push for a spot in the top of eight of the league standings. But in the end, both teams had to settle for a point after some pretty ... Read More »

Cameroon draw sends Bafana crashing out of Afcon

BAFANA  Bafana’s chances of making it to the Africa Cup of Nations 2017 were ended as they played out to a frustrating 0-0 draw with Cameroon, in their qualifier at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Tuesday. Needing to win to keep their qualification hopes alive, the goalless stalemate was not anything close to what South Africa had envisioned from ... Read More »

SA’s Banyana draw with Cameroon in friendly

BANYANA Banyana drew 2-2 with Cameroon in the second international friendly match played at Omnisport Stadium in Limbe on Easter Monday. In a match played in blazing heat, Vera Pauw’s 2016 Olympic bound squad came back from behind twice to hold the hosts having beaten the same side 2-0 in the first friendly match played on Easter Friday. Banyana goals ... Read More »

Zim yet to take action against match fixing allegations

ZIM are not jumping to conclusions although some of their soccer players are implicated in match-fixing in SA. SA based Zim players University of Pretoria’s goalkeeper Washington Arubi and defender Patson Jaure, and Polokwane’s keeper George Chigova have been implicated in the scandal. Players that are part of Zimbabwe’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifying squad have been implicated in the investigation ... Read More »

SA denies World Cup hosting bribery allegations

SA ‘s sports minister on Thursday denied that his country had paid a US$10 million bribe to help it win the right to host the World Cup in 2010. “South Africa did not pay any bribe nor did it illegally obtain the right to host the World Cup,” Fikile Mbalula told a news conference in Cape Town. Soccer’s world governing ... Read More »

Mixed emotions for Sundowns coach Peter Ndlovu as they face Byo’s Chicken Inn

ZIM, SA based Peter Ndlovu celebrated his 43rd birthday this week, plotting in the enemy’s camp as high-flying Mamelodi Sundowns brace for their CAF Champions League showdown against his hometown club, Chicken Inn, in Pretoria tonight. The former Zimbabwe captain was born in the same month as Cristiano Ronaldo, ‘s focus today will be on the big match at the Lucas ... Read More »

Goodbye Blatter as Infantino is elected new Fifa boss

GIANNI Infantino was elected FIFA president a the world footballing body’s presidential elections in Zurich on Friday. Infantino won with 115 votes in the second round of voting. Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa was second with 88 votes, Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein had just 4 votes and Jerome Champagne did not garner a single vote in round two ... Read More »

No candidate in first round of Fifa elections

No candidate was elected in the first round of FIFA‘s presidential election to replace Sepp Blatter on Friday, as none received the required two-thirds of the 207 votes cast. Gianni Infantino, Swiss general secretary of the European soccer body UEFA, received 88 votes. Asian Football Confederation president Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa took 85 votes, with Prince Ali Bin ... Read More »

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