Even winning the Caf Confederation Cup won’t be enough to save the coaching duo of Mandla Nckiazi and Fadlu Davids at Orlando Pirates, says SASoccerMag writer DEAN WORKMAN.
No disrespect intended to all the other DStv Premiership teams, but Mamelodi Sundowns’ dominance of South African football has turned the competition into a ‘farmers league’ as they look nailed on to win a fifth consecutive title, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
It is difficult to call for patience after five trophyless years at Naturena. However, after the arrival of Gavin Hunt the Amakhosi faithful need to do just that and give him time to stamp his authority and embed his winning mentality into the Kaizer Chiefs squad, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
It’s been over 56 hours since Kaizer Chiefs let the league title slip away. Yet, the club with the biggest supporter base in the country remain silent on their social-media accounts, not offering fans or media any comment, while also having missed post-match media engagements. Chiefs fans deserve better, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
After a weekend with VAR causing controversy by not intervening on at least three separate occasions in the Premier League, it’s clear the system has a long way to go, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
Liverpool may have pushed Manchester City all the way in the 2018-19 Premier League season, but their failure to strengthen in the transfer market could sink their renewed challenge for league glory, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
For a player who once had the world at his feet, irrational behaviour and a changing landscape has left Neymar off the pace, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Known for his penalty heroics, Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Ronwen Williams will play a vital role if South Africa’s Africa Cup of Nations dreams are to continue, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
Bafana Bafana will take on Egypt in the last 16 at the Africa Cup of Nations but for any South African fans hoping for a different approach, strap in because Stuart Baxter will not change his tactics for the clash against the hosts, as DEAN WORKMAN explores.
With Bafana Bafana set to participate in their first major tournament since 2015, it will be key that Stuart Baxter and his team are judged accordingly, with the English coach looking to lay a platform for future success, writes DEAN WORKMAN.