Chiefs dedicate trophy to Moshoeu

Kaizer Chiefs captain Tefu Mashamaite and coach Stuart Baxter dedicated their 2014-2015 Absa Premiership victory to club legend John "Shoes" Moshoeu, who died this week.  

We lost title in first round: Pitso

Pitso Mosimane admitted yesterday that Mamelodi Sundowns held on as long as they could in the Premier League race but never really stood a chance against newly crowned champions Kaizer Chiefs, who were unbeaten at the halfway mark of the season.  

Moshoeu's memorial service on Friday

The South African Football Association (SAFA) confirmed that the memorial service of the late Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs star, John "Shoes" Moshoeu will take place on Friday 24 April.  

Safa shocked‚ saddened by 'Shoes' death

The South African Football Association (Safa) has expressed shock and sadness at the passing of former Bafana Bafana midfield maestro John Lesiba “Shoes” Moshoeu on Tuesday afternoon at Morningside Clinic in Sandton‚ Johannesburg.  

Rest in peace John Shoes Moshoeu

Former Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs star John Shoes Moshoeu has sadly passed away after a long battle with cancer.  

Papic gearing up for City exit

Kosta Papic said he has had no approach from Polokwane City management about staying on as head coach next season.  

Mokotjo, Serero could be sold

The chances of Kamohelo Mokotjo leaving Dutch club FC Twente appear to be growing stronger, with one club adviser saying he should never have been bought in the first place.  

Igesund faced with 'nice headache'

Kingston Nkhatha will be closely coaxed back to potential fitness this week as SuperSport United seek to have him back in the team for Saturday's Nedbank Cup semifinal against Ajax Cape Town.  

Pirates snatch credible draw

A heroic comeback by Orlando Pirates saw them find two late goals to draw 2-2 with CF Mounana of Gabon in the CAF Confederation Cup yesterday.  

Big names linked to director race

Several high-profile names have emerged as possibilities to take over the technical director position as a clearer picture of the South African Football Association's (Safa) search for a suitable candidate comes into focus.  

Xulu to fight for his exit from Rostov

Siyanda Xulu's stay at FC Rostov looks to be coming to an end as the club stalls on playing him for fear of triggering a clause in his contract that would lead to a big cash pay-out to the defender.  

'Our refs are shameful'

A trip anywhere else for their Nedbank Cup quarterfinal match on Sunday would have been easier to work with.  

Mazembe aim to overhaul Downs

He may be on his way out of the club, but TP Mazembe coach Patrice Carteron says his players have enough quality to overcome Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday.  

Downs: We are not favourites

Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs may have been knocked out of the Nedbank Cup at the weekend, but that does not make life any easier for Mamelodi Sundowns, defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele said yesterday.  

Why the UNDER-17s failed!

THE South African Football Association (Safa) were excited about 2015 but, after three major competitions this year, only one of the three men's national teams - the under-17s - managed to get through the group stages and reach the final.  

Why the UNDER-20s failed! U

THE South African Football Association (Safa) were excited about 2015 but, after three major competitions this year, only one of the three men's national teams - the under-17s - managed to get through the group stages and reach the final.  

Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba robbed

South Africa's national football head coach, Ephraim "Shakes" Mashaba, has become the latest victim of crime.  

Winter World Cup not a problem: Boyce

FIFA’s top executives will meet on Thursday afternoon to finalise the dates for the much Qatar 2022 World Cup.  

Bafana squad to play Swaziland, Nigeria

South African head coach Ephraim Mashaba has confirmed his 30 men squad to play international friendlies against Swaziland and Nigeria.  

Nkhatha finds form at United

HIS past and present Premier League coaches are unanimous that Kingston Nkhatha is an absolute team player. That's what makes the Zimbabwean a genuine No. 9 even with his up-and-down scoring ratio, they argue.  

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