July 21, 2017

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Pressure back to haunt Letsoaka

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Bloemfontein Celtic’s loss to Cape Town City on Wednesday night in the Telkom Knockout Cup competition has added more pressure on Coach Serame Letsoaka. The affable coach’s tenure at the club seems to be fast wearing thinner with every fixture compounding what has been a very undesirable start to the 2016/2017 premiership campaign. Celtic got knocked out of the latter competition with a 2-0 loss to the newly formed Cape town side – formerly Mpumalanga Black Aces – courtesy of goals from 63rd minute substitute Sibusiso Masina and an own goal from Kabelo Mahlasela. This once again put Letsoaka back…

Stars face daunting Wits test

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The Clever Boys have had a superb start to the 2016 season with the MTN 8 trophy already in the bag Free State Stars will have a high mountain to climb this Saturday when they host a rampant Bidvest Wits side in the first round of the 2016 Telkom Knockout cup competition in Bethlehem. The match will serve as another opportunity for Ea Lla Koto mentor Giovanni Solinas to try the club’s fortunes around after the Bethlehem-based side got their season off to a wrong start under the tutelage of axed French coach, Denis Lavagne, who was sent packing three…

Downs’ date with destiny

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Sundowns and Pirates are the only PSL teams to have reached the final of the Champions League twice Glory is literally just on the horizon for seven-time Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions Mamelodi Sundowns who will this Sunday play against Egyptian giants Zamalek in the second leg fixture of the CAF Champions League final. As it stands, the Pretoria giants are three goals up on aggregate and will only have themselves to blame if they fail to hold on to this advantage in the final 90 minutes that will be played away in Alexandria, Egypt this coming Sunday at 20:30….