April 26, 2017

I qualify for Bafana dream job – Da Gama

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Now that his role as the Bafana Bafana stand-in coach appears to be over following the national team’s two friendly matches against Guinea-Bissau and Angola over the last five days, Owen da Gama is likely to be buried in paperwork submitting numerous reports as he helps the as-yet-unnamed coach settle into the set-up. Da Gama is keen on the vacant post, saying so on Tuesday night shortly after Bafana’s goalless draw against Angola at the Buffalo City Stadium. He said he believed he was qualified enough to succeed Shakes Mashaba, who was sacked three months ago. But his name seems…

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Bucs looking to DIM Stars

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Ea Lla Koto are languishing at position 15 on the league table with 19 points from 21 matches, while the Buccaneers find themselves in unfamiliar territory, lying on 11th position with 23 points from 20 matches The resumption of the Absa Premiership will see two teams experiencing what is probably their most horrible season will come face to face when Free State Stars host Orlando Pirates in a bottom of the log battle at Goble Gark Stadium in Bethlehem on Saturday at 18:00. Ea Lla Koto go into tomorrow’s match having recorded a single win in their last five matches,…

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‘Whitehead’ will be sorely missed

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‘Whitehead’s chapter might be closed, but this is an opportunity for the emergence of a new Molemela A dark cloud has befallen the Bloemfontein Celtic family following the passing of their founder and honorary life president, Dr Petrus Rantlai Molema. On Sunday March 26, South Africa woke up to sad news of the passing of ‘Whitehead’, as the late soccer administrator was popularly known in the football fraternity. As expected, many personalities involved in one way of another in the football arena have expressed their sadness at the departure, while at the same time paying tribute to the flamboyant and…

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