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