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6 days ago
Where’s our next Steven Pienaar coming from?
Where’s our next Steven Pienaar coming from?

South African soccer fans and future players need the inspiration of a South African playing in the big leagues, writes John Robbie.

6 days ago
#AFCON2017: Mahrez chose Algeria in tribute to late father
#AFCON2017: Mahrez chose Algeria in tribute to late father
Premier League

Riyad Mahrez chose to play for Algeria rather than France in a tribute to his late father, the African player of the year's brother has said

6 days ago
Dolly drama catalyst to streamline Downs bigwigs
Dolly drama catalyst to streamline Downs bigwigs
PSL

Sundowns must learn from Keagan Dolly’s buyout clause drama and cut away their dead wood, writes Njabulo Ngidi.

6 days ago
Pogba can be United captain, says Mourinho
Pogba can be United captain, says Mourinho
Premier League

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes world record signing Paul Pogba has all the qualities to be a future captain at the club.

6 days ago
#AFCON2017: Classy quartet are chief Afcon contenders
#AFCON2017: Classy quartet are chief Afcon contenders

With Afcon kicking off on Saturday afternoon, Njabulo Ngidi has looked at the chances of the 16 nations that will battle for African supremacy.

6 days ago
Battle of Italy: Conte vs Ranieri
Battle of Italy: Conte vs Ranieri
Premier League

“Claudio is a really great manager, a great man.

6 days ago
#AFCON2017 Gabon’s favourite son, Aubameyang
#AFCON2017 Gabon’s favourite son, Aubameyang
Cup Competitions

“I did well to choose Africa (over France), and I can’t dare to imagine what it will be like if we win the Nations Cup at home.”

6 days ago
Klopp: We are Liverpool, and need to show it
Klopp: We are Liverpool, and need to show it
Premier League

Jurgen Klopp called on Liverpool to show their true fighting spirit against form side Manchester United on Sunday.

7 days ago
#AFCON2017: Guinea-Bissau aim to extend Leicester-like run
#AFCON2017: Guinea-Bissau aim to extend Leicester-like run

Minnows Guinea-Bissau face hosts Gabon in Saturday's Africa Cup of Nations opener, hoping to continue a Leicester City-like run in the competition.

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