Tag - Patrice Motsepe

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....

Give Motsepe a chance – he might pull it off

Patrice Motsepe will be crowned as the Confederation of African Football’s capo di tuti capi in Rabat, Morocco's capital city known for its landmarks that speak to its Islamic and French colonial heritage which includes the Kasbah of the Udayas and nestles along the shores of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. No...

Ahmad in dramatic return as head of CAF

Ahmad Ahmad reclaimed his position as President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in dramatic fashion on Friday evening when the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Switzerland upheld his appeal which he filed urgently when FIFA banned him from all football activities for five years late last year. Ahmad was found guilty...

Massa FIFA pulls the rug from under CAF

I am saddened by events taking place in Cameroon. The Central African country, land of legendary Roger Milla, he of the sensuous hip swinging dance at the corner flag to celebrate every goal he scored at Italia ’90, is supposed to be hosting the CHAN tournament. But the tournament has been shifted to the back...