Daily Archives: May 18, 2013
TOP soccer administrator and African Warriors chairman Jabu “Little Corporal” Khumalo has died at the age of 51 after a short illness.
EVEN though there haven’t really been any outfield players who sizzled in a season largely dominated by goalkeepers, there have been good buys worth recognition.
CLIFFORD Ngobeni could return to Orlando Pirates for the 2013-2014 season where he would hope to reignite his floundering career, but he is still locked in a pay dispute with the club and Lamontville Golden Arrows.
MANCHESTER – Tottenham Hotspur hope to turn the tables on bitter rivals Arsenal on the final day of the Premier League season on Sunday by snatching a top-four finish at their expense.
MALCOLM Klassen and Sipho Taliwe did not heed Lovemore Ndou’s advice of not allowing their fights in Australia yesterday to be decided by judges – and they paid the price.
DESPITE guiding Maritzburg United well clear of the relegation zone, Ernst Middendorp’s future at the KwaZulu-Natal club is in doubt.
MADRID – Rarely in world football has a major team gone so many years without beating their local rivals as Atletico Madrid.
SUPERSPORT United have issued some brotherly advice to Kaizer Chiefs: don’t bring along any champagne for tomorrow’s Absa Premiership clash in Polokwane to avoid huge disappointment.
TOKELO Rantie netted for Malmo after just 55 seconds with a superb goal at the weekend to add to his growing collection of top strikes.
ORLANDO Pirates players are not intimidated by being drawn in the same group as Egyptian giants Al-Ahly and Zamalek for the African Champions League group stages.
AMAZULU are on the verge of setting an unwanted new club record for the lowest number of goals scored in a Premier Soccer League season.
LONDON – England and Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand announced his retirement from international soccer yesterday.
The Crusaders kept alive their bid for an eighth Super Rugby title, moving into second place in the New Zealand conference and fifth place overall with a 23-3 win over the Auckland-Based Blues in a rain-soaked match today.