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.
The Premier League title race was one of the best ever but don’t feel too sorry for Liverpool, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Players have seemingly wrestled power away from managers across Europe’s big leagues – with worrying consequences, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
One loss for Manchester United doesn’t make for despair but it’s a sign of what is to come.
WADE PRETORIUS looks at the form and path to the final before ranking his favourites to go all the way at the World Cup in Russia.
Predicting a pair of winners has proven a costly exercise for WADE PRETORIUS so far at Russia 2018.
After watching the opening ceremony and the goal fest between Russia and Saudia Arabia, the World Cup fever has hit me too, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
The World Cup is about soccer. Yes, that’s obvious, but it’s about soccer wider and deeper in the communities in which you find yourself, writes WADE PRETORIOUS.
Where does the blame lie for Manchester United’s bumbling form despite a wealth of talent? WADE PRETORIUS explores.
Kaizer Chiefs’ failure to act swiftly in moving Steve Komphela on is going to haunt them, writes WADE PRETORIOUS.