2019 TOTAL AFCON

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Pitso shocked by Benni axing

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he is shocked at the axing of Benni McCarthy by Cape Town City, saying the former Bafana Bafana striker was an inspiration to all coaches in the country. The Citizens ended their two-and-a-quarter year marriage with the 42-year-old 10 days ago after a run of just one win in 

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TS Galaxy confident of defending Nedbank Cup

Reigning Nedbank Cup champions TS Galaxy is confident of defending their cup this season. The Glad African Championship team will start their defence after they were drawn against Cape Umoya United at home at the end of the month. The GladAfrica Championship Nedbank Cup Qualification Draw was made at the PSL Headquarters in Johannesburg on 

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Tshwane Spartans finally get MSL campaign underway

Proteas and Tshwane Spartans fast bowler Lungi Ngidi believes that his side’s late start to the Mzansi Super League T20 will not matter when they host the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants at SuperSport Park on Wednesday night. The Spartans had their opening clash rained out in Durban and they will be looking to make use 

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Cape Blitz looking to bounce back against Jozi Stars

After their defeat to the Paarl Rocks on Sunday, the Cape Town Blitz will be looking to bounce back against the Jozi Stars, when the two Mzansi Super League franchises meet at the Newlands Cricket Ground on Thursday. Blitz coach Ashwell Prince says it is important to start on a good note with their first 

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Mokoena’s stunning free-kick takes SA U-23 to the top

The South African national U-23 team registered its first win at the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament currently underway in Cairo, Egypt, when they beat Ivory Coast 1-0 in their second Group B game. Playing at Al Salam stadium, the venue where their senior team lost to the Ivorians 1-0 at the AFCON in 

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Neville demands improvement after England’s win over Czechs

England women’s coach Phil Neville was pleased the side returned to winning ways with a 3-2 friendly victory over the Czech Republic on Tuesday but said the scoreline should have been far more comfortable. Leah Williamson’s deflected 86th-minute strike beat Barbora Votikova in the Czech goal to give England their second win since finishing fourth 

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