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The Bloem Celtic drama plays on

Last week’s bombshell by Bloemfontein Celtic’s owner, Max Tshabalala, that the passionately supported green and white soccer outfit is likely to be under new management come the 2018/19 Premier Soccer League season, send shock waves through the football fraternity. The rumour-mill went into over drive towards last weekend with claims …

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Billiat’s swan song ends in style

Zimbabwean international, Khama Billiat, bade farewell to Mamelodi Sundowns in style when he scored the first goal for the visitors in his swan song appearance for the South African champions in a 2-all CAF Champions League Group C stalemate against Horoya Athlétique Club on Tuesday evening in Conakry, Guinea. After …

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MEC Leeto hails FS Stars

Free State MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation, Mathabo Leeto, has hailed the exploits of 2018 Nedbank Cup champions, Free State Stars Football Club, that saw the Bethlehem-based outfit bringing the lucrative silverware to the province for the first time in the tournament’s decade-long history. In a statement released …

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Baxter opts for youth in COSAFA Cup

South Africa national soccer team coach, Stuart Baxter, has put his trust in youth when he announced his preliminary list of 34 players today (03 May) who will be vying for consideration into the final team for the upcoming 2018 COSAFA Cup tournament set to be staged in Limpopo province. …

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Cheetahs date Scarlets in Guiness Pro 14 playoffs

    By Trendzz Sports Correspondent The Free State Toyota Cheetahs will contest in their first ever Guinness Pro 14 play-offs when they lock horns with defending champions, Scarlets in Wales this Saturday (5 May). The match kicks off in Llanelli at 19:35. The Bloemfontein-based side reached the final series following a …

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Au revoir Arsene Wenger!

One of the longest serving soccer managers in the English Premier League, Arsene Wenger will no longer be part of the Arsenal dugout at the end of the current season. With a year left on his contract, Wenger, 68, has revealed in a letter that “after careful consideration”, he has …

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COSAFA Cup gets bigger, better

In a show of approval for the COSAFA Cup, all the 14 members of Council of Southern African Football Associations (COSAFA) will take part in the 2018 edition of annual regional soccer tournament set for the Limpopo province in South Africa. The tournament, meant for players plying their trade in …

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Will Morocco host Africa’s 2nd World Cup?

By Chamu Wilson      – Morocco is angling up for an opportunity to stage the biggest world soccer jamboree, the FIFA World Cup, in 2026. South Africa successfully hosted the first ever World Cup on African soil in 2010 and , eight years later, the continent is set to …

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Athletics; SA’s ‘gold cow’

The curtain came down on the 2018 Commonwealth Games with Team South Africa marginally missing their targeted 5th place finish at the Gold Coast sports jamboree. SA finished their campaign sixth on the overall medals table, with 13 gold, 11 silver and 13 bronze medals to their name. Although their medal …

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Caster powers her way to double glory

  South African middle distance runner, Caster Semenya, powered her way to a double gold, breaking Seychelles’Joanna Houareau’s 15-year old record in the process at the 2018 Commonwealth Games today (13 April) in Gold Coast, Australia. Today’s achievement comes hot on the heels of similar exploits in the 1 500m …

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