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Con­grat­u­la­tions to Mamelodi Sun­downs for their vic­tory against Wy­dad Casablanca on Satur­day. Pitso Mosi­mane and his boys keep on mak­ing South Africa proud, while chal­leng­ing to be­come Africa’s best. In the spirit of soc­cer, I wish you all the best in the quest for glory...from an Amakhosi faith­ful.


The way Sun­downs is re­spected on the con­ti­nent con­firms that here at home it has be­come a prob­lem for some spon­sors and their me­dia. Our suc­cess is bad for their busi­ness. Sun­downs have shaken the sta­tus quo of Pi­rates and Chiefs be­ing shoved down our throats!!! Nine-times PSL Champs!!!


Like it or not, Sun­downs are the best team here in South Africa and in the whole of Africa as well. This team is putting this coun­try on the map, well done boys.

SLesedi Kapinga is an ex­cit­ing foot­baller to watch for Leop­ards. He’s quick and al­ways makes his team play. Kapinga is a thorn for PSL de­fend­ers.


I used to say Stel­len­bosch FC are rel­e­ga­tion can­di­dates but am singing a dif­fer­ent tune now. Steve Barker has tremen­dously trans­formed this team for the bet­ter. They made Black Leop­ards sweat for their points.

Samkelo T

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Sun­downs for beat­ing Morocco’s pow­er­house, Wy­dad Casablanca. Downs are rep­re­sent­ing South Africa, so the me­dia need to give them more cov­er­age.

Madoda Thok­wane

All teams lan­guish­ing in the rel­e­ga­tion quag­mire are scram­bling for points. Re­tain­ing their PSL sta­tus is theIr ut­most pri­or­ity.


Con­grats to Sun­downs coaches and play­ers for top­ping the group stages with an un­beaten record. The Brazil­ians are de­ter­mined to win the sec­ond star.


As a loyal Bucs sup­porter, my plea to our chair­man Mr Khoza, one day he must give our leg­end Dan Male­sela a chance to coach our team, be­cause wher­ever he’s coach­ing he’s do­ing well Sphiwe Ngobe

Safa is the mother body of soc­cer in South Africa. The PSL is a son of Safa and the PSL is richer than Safa. PSL re­view com­mit­tee is like an owner of a spaza shop check­ing on the ex­piry date on stock. The tech­ni­cal com­mit­tee of Safa has no say on the se­lec­tion of play­ers for the na­tional team when PSL clubs refuse their play­ers.


Mamelodi Sun­downs have done it again in Africa. I think this year they can go all the way and win the Caf Cham­pi­ons League. Con­grats to Pitso and his team. Sipho

Or­lando Pi­rates are storm­ing up the league ta­ble and mark my words, the Buc­ca­neers can top­ple Kaizer Chiefs this sea­son, and win the Absa Premier­ship ti­tle. Watch out Amakhosi, here we come! Buc­ca­neer

I worry for Nor­man Mapeza at Chippa United. Mr Mpen­gesi is not a pa­tient man and an­other de­feat to Pi­rates this week­end means Mapeza’s po­si­tion must be hang­ing by a thread.


They may as well give Liver­pool the English Pre­mier League ti­tle now. What Juer­gen Klopp is do­ing this sea­son is un­be­liev­able. Manch­ester City have been re­ally bad, too, for a team that has spent so much money, they should re­ally be putting up more of a fight.


Kaizer Chiefs just need to stay calm. All this noise from Or­lando Pi­rates sup­port­ers will blow over when we beat them in the next Soweto derby. Samir Nurkovic will also beat Gabad­inho Mhango to the Golden Boot.


Su­perS­port United just blow too hot and cold for a side with ti­tle as­pi­ra­tions. They have qual­ity play­ers in their squad but they are so in­con­sis­tent.


Go mighty Buc­ca­neers! Gabad­inho Mhango you are amaz­ing, you could even score 30 goals this sea­son and win us the league ti­tle. Josef Zinnbauer has worked his magic on this team, we can­not stop win­ning.


I was happy to see High­lands Park get back on the win­ning track this week­end. Coach Owen Da Gama un­fairly had his job ques­tioned af­ter a very dif­fi­cult start to the New Year. High­lands are punch­ing well above their weight al­ready.


Kaizer Chiefs must stay on their toes if they are to win this league.

It is a marathon, not a sprint, and I have not been happy with their form lately. They were lucky to win their last match, and Ernst Mid­den­dorp must put some fire in his side’s bel­lies.


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