July 23, 2017

News:

Letsoaka not under pressure yet

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Delivery targets have not yet been set for incoming Bloemfontein Celtic coach, Serame Letsoaka, who was unveiled at a media conference on Monday morning after being announced as the new Siwelele head coach last Thursday. The former Golden Arrows coach will be given time to settle in the club and will be allowed time to assess the current crop of players at his disposal before delivery target are imposed on him by the club’s management. “He has just come in,” said Celtic chairman, Max Tshabalala, who requested Letsoaka to be given about a month or two settle in. “He said…

Stars pursue more progress

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A win against AmaTuks this Sunday will see Ea Lla Koto move into the top eight Free State Stars have the opportunity to go into the midseason Christmas recess ranked eighth on premiership log standings. This is if they continue their resurgent trajectory which has seen them move out of the relegation quagmire successfully after starting the season on the back foot. Nine matches into the season, Ea Lla Koto has only managed to collect 11 points, which were accumulated through three victories and two draws; while having lost four matches. Two of the three victories were attained under the…

Smith contemplating Proteas comeback

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Graeme Smith, the former South Africa captain who retired in March 2014, is considering a comeback to international cricket. He is getting ready for the Masters Champions League and reports suggest he might end up training with his old team-mates again, as they prepare for full series against England in December. “For me, I’m at the cusp of whether I should play international cricket again or not,” he told the National. “I’m 34 now, retired at 33, there’s always that question mark of whether I can play for another three-four years. I know I can. But, it’s just about … I’m at…