September 25, 2017

News:

Stick to sniffing coke, ausi

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So word doing the rounds out there is that my ass is about to be sjamboked by this coke sniffing sister who doesn’t even know who the baby daddy is, girl…you have my address come see me and let’s see what happens to you. Phela am a different breed, hey, these antics of yours won’t work with me. Some of us are just as mean if not 10 times more. See you when I see you! Who in the blue hell was the dude with the crocodile shoes? I mean really, who in the blue hell is he? Brother, fine…

Five problems facing new Orlando Pirates’ coach

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Being Bucs coach is a stressful job if results are not coming, and the Swede will need more than his charm and good command of English to win the fickle fans over New Orlando Pirates coach Kjell Jonevret on Monday morning gave the impression he knew exactly what he was getting himself into when he took the hottest seat in South African football right now. The Swede seems like a heck of a nice guy, but will he thrive or crack under the pressure? Here we look at the FIVE challenges the 54-year-old faces immediately starting with his first game…

Pretorius hopes to become ‘50/50’ all-rounder

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Proteas all-rounder, Dwaine Pretorius, hopes he can establish himself as a ‘50/50’ all-rounder after his performance in the close six-run loss to New Zealand in the second One-Day International (ODI) on Wednesday. His contribution of 50 off 27 balls with the bat and 2/40 with the ball, in only his sixth ODI for South Africa, suggests he has the potential to fulfil both roles capably. The 27-year-old boasts a first-class average of 42 along with 127 wickets after 39 matches, and has already earned a man-of-the-match performance with 3/19 against Sri Lanka in the third ODI this month. “I would…