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Majoro: Chiefs have better understanding

The Amakhosi's understanding as a team has led to more goals for the Soweto-based side, Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro said on Wednesday. "We have...

Leopards stun Chiefs in premiership match

Black Leopards stunned Kaizer Chiefs, beating them 1-0 in their Premiership match at the FNB Stadium on Tuesday night. The Limpopo-based side's winner came courtesy...

Aguero: Man City have nothing to fear against Stoke

Sergio Aguero insists Manchester City should not be intimidated by their trip to Stoke as they look to return to the top of the...

Wits advance to MTN8 final

Cape Town City held Bidvest Wits to a goalless stalemate in a MTN8 Cup semifinal second-leg clash at Cape Town Stadium in the Mother...

Bay Stars maintain 100% home record with 3 – 1 bashing of Mthatha Liverpool

Nelson Mandela Bay’s future hope of Premier Soccer League (PSL) participation, Bay Stars, maintained its excellent 100% winning margin at home when they bashed...

Stars back to winning ways with 7 – 0 thrashing of Bush Bucks

Nelson Mandela Bay’s Premier Soccer League (PSL) hope, Bay Stars, redeemed themselves by thrashing Bush Bucks 7 – 0 at Gelvandale Stadium yesterday after...

AFCON 2013: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium to host Group B

The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will host its first matches in the African Cup of Nations tournament on Sunday, 20 January with a double-header,...

R461.1m Afcon spending was ‘cut to bone’

The National Treasury has allocated an extra R461.1 million for South Africa's hosting of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) soccer tournament, but...

Parker keen to keep England captaincy

England captain Scott Parker admits he is desperate to lead his country at Euro 2012 after getting a first taste of the job in...

Libya stun Cameroon, while Egypt’s revival continues

Libya stunned four-time African champion Cameroon in World Cup qualifying yesterday, while Egypt's revival under American Bob Bradley continued with a dramatic win in...

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