Tag - Bafana Bafana

Dladla wishes to see changes in the GladAfrica

By Andile & Mandla Dladla He is personally doing extremely well with no levels of stress and it's not a lot of coaches that can give you such a response when asking them how they are doing especially towards the business end of the season because this is the time when countless coaches suffer the...

Bafana disdainfully throw dust in Motsepe’s face

I have during the last couple of days, received quite a shellacking from many quarters with some of the critics calling me all sorts of names from being a traitor and unpatriotic to being a sell-out, all because of my comments during the weekly Soccer Africa show that was broadcast on SuperSport last Thursday....

Why I missed joining Manchester United – Mark Fish

Article by Andile Dladla and Mandla Dladla One can never underestimate the power of a relationship between a father and his son trying to land a big catch in the water. It was the son of his former head coach who informed his dad about a young striker whom he played with at Arcadia Shepherds...

Micho invades Mzansi armed with copper bullets!

Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic plans in invasion of South Africa where he hopes to make a statement at the end of an international friendly match between Zambia and Bafana Bafana in Rustenburg on October 13. The Chipolopolo coach is taking advantage of the FIFA week by fine tuning his squad for the crucial upcoming back-to-back AFCON...

Mshishi leads Bafana against Namibia and Zambia

The unending wrangles within Namibia football administration could scupper the country’s upcoming friendly game against South Africa scheduled for the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek on October 8. In addition, unless the Namibian federation and its professional wing find common ground, the country could find itself expelled from the world controlling body FIFA. SA coach Molefi...

They say I was arrogant – I was just confident

They do not produce them like they did during the generation of Yakubu Aiyegbeni who remains to this day the third all-time top goal scorer for Nigeria and the first African to score a hat-trick in a UEFA Champions League back in 2002. A bit slow on the take-off, but he was not your ponderous fellow that relied...

Bafana and Black Stars sing “Let’s do it again”!

Ghana and South African national coaches might as well have broken into the rendition of the old school Staple Singers ditty: “Let’s do it again” in faraway Cairo this week when the FIFA 2022 World Cup draw was conducted. When the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Director of competitions Samson Adamu pulled out the balls...

Political undertones in Morocco and Bafana tie

A battle of wits will be waged at the Al Salaam Stadium at 18H00 on Monday when South Africa line-up against Group D leaders Morocco in the final group match of the expanded 2019 African Nations Cup tournament in Cairo. Beside the expected tactical tussle between Herve Renard (Morocco) and Stuart Baxter (South Africa), there...

Bafana’s date with Angola proceeds as planned

The final preparatory match between South Africa and Angola scheduled for Cairo on Wednesday afternoon is back on track after initial reports indicated that it could be called off due to a strike by Palancas Negras players. Reliable sources indicated that the Palancas Negras had downed tools in Portugal demanding to be paid outstanding allowances...

Bafana enforcer Mokotjo stars in Brentford victory

South African international Kamohelo Mokotjo galvanized Brentford to claw their way back from a goal down with a cracking equalizer and generally galvanized them to a convincing 5-1 victory over Hull City in a Championship match at Griffin Park on Saturday. Fraizer Campbell put the visitors ahead as early as the 24th minute but four...