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46 days ago
Kekana's long walk to awesomeness... it's just the beginning
Kekana's long walk to awesomeness... it's just the beginning

It’s at Mamelodi Sundowns, a club he now captains, where most people started to appreciate Hlompho Kekana, writes Njabulo Ngidi.

46 days ago
Tough choices for Tinkler
Tough choices for Tinkler

Cape Town City boss Eric Tinkler is stuck in a selection quandary, especially over who will play in defence, writes Rodney Reiners.

46 days ago
United can't afford any more slip-ups
United can't afford any more slip-ups

Manchester United cannot afford another slip-up when they host Feyenoord in their bid to reach the knock-out stages of the Europa League.

47 days ago
Wenger expects tough Champions League draw
Wenger expects tough Champions League draw

Arsene Wenger is not expecting an easy draw in the last 16 of the Champions League despite seeing his Arsenal side top Group A.

47 days ago
Runners-up spot leaves PSG in dangerous waters
Runners-up spot leaves PSG in dangerous waters

After faltering in the Champions League quarter-finals four times in a row, Paris St Germain could face the prospect of a last-16 exit.

47 days ago
Leicester to field second-string side against Porto
Leicester to field second-string side against Porto

Leicester City will play it safe and field a second-string side in their inconsequential final Group G Champions League match against Porto.

47 days ago
Mabunda: We can win Club World Cup
Mabunda: We can win Club World Cup

The unlikely Sundowns hero says anything is possible as excitement builds ahead of the Caf champions' debut at the tournament.

47 days ago
Putsche is Cape Town City's star find
Putsche is Cape Town City's star find

When City take on SuperSport in the TKO final, Roland Putsche has an opportunity to transfer his magnificent form to one of the biggest stages.

47 days ago
Arsenal punching their weight again in Europe
Arsenal punching their weight again in Europe

Arsenal will enjoy a home second leg in the last 16, an advantage they have not had since 2012, writes Martyn Herman.

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