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Chippa‚ Arrows share the spoils

Chippa‚ Arrows share the spoils

Clinton Larsen’s reunion with his former Lamontville Golden Arrows charges ended in 1-1 stalemate as he kept up his unbeaten record since joining Chippa United at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Friday night.

Sports court to rule in Semenya case by March 26

The Court of Arbitration for Sport said Friday that it will deliver by March 26 a decision in the controversial case pitting South African double Olympic champion Caster Semenya against the IAAF.

Bowlers must bail out Proteas against Sri Lanka

Not for the first time this summer will South Africa’s bowlers have to bail out their batsmen if they are to rescue the Test series against Sri Lanka.

Man United should make Solskjaer permanent manager, says Klopp

Liverpool boss Juergen Klopp believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should be made Manchester United’s permanent manager and praised the Norwegian for being able to combine everything United stood for under Alex Ferguson with a modern tactical approach.

Smeda leads way for Banyana heading for Sweden's crack women's league

Having spent some time in Lithuania with FK Gintra-Universitetas‚ star Banyana Banyana midfielder Leandra Smeda has a good idea of what to find when she arrives in Sweden to join new club VittsjÅ‘ GIK in the Damallsvenskan.

Benni McCarthy grappling with Cape Town City midfield losses

Cape Town City must negotiate the absence of two stalwart midfielders for the visit of Maritzburg United to Athlone Stadium in the Absa Premiership on Saturday (kickoff 3.30pm)‚ but coach Benni McCarthy says he has full confidence in his extended squad.

Baxter must ‘approach me’ if he wants Kaizer Chiefs’ Bartlett on board‚ says Jordaan

Stuart Baxter needs to engage Safa president Danny Jordaan if he wants the association to engage Kaizer Chiefs on the availability Shaun Bartlett as Bafana Bafana assistant-coach for next month’s qualifier against Libya.

Rabada helps South Africa take lead in second test

Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada took four wickets as South Africa raced through Sri Lanka’s batting line-up to bowl the tourists out for 154 on the second morning of the second and final test at St George’s Park on Friday.

Kings coach Simo Dladla ecstatic little Luvuyo Phewa is back

Dladla eager to get off bottom of the log

Chiefs seek revenge over Polokwane City

Polokwane out to repeat October win

Sredojevic wants Orlando Pirates to put SuperSport setback out of their minds

Orlando Pirates have to put their setback against SuperSport United out of their minds and bounce back against AmaZulu‚ Bucs coach Milutin Sredojevic has said.

MDC challenge goes down the wire

Title winners to be crowned tomorrow

Chelsea banned from signing new players for next two transfer windows

Premier League club Chelsea have been banned from signing new players in the next two transfer windows as punishment for breaking rules on registering under-age players, FIFA said on Friday.

Zolani Tete wants to beat the best

Boxer is gunning for Inoue's scalp

Banyana take steps towards World Cup in Cyprus

As Banyana Banyana begin their latest phase of preparation for the 2019 Fifa Women’s World Cup‚ star forward Thembi Kgatlana has confirmed a move to Chinese league side Beijing BG Phoenix FC.

Friends George Chigova and Khama Billiat turn foes at Peter Mokaba Stadium

Football first brought Chigova, who stands at 1,96m, and the 1,7m-tall Billiat together some 11 years ago when they joined Aces Youth Academy.

Kaizer Chiefs need a good gameplan against Polokwane‚ says Maluleka

Polokwane City are unpredictable and tricky but Kaizer Chiefs can overcome them with structure and a good gameplan‚ Amakhosi midfielder George Maluleka has said of Sunday’s Absa Premiership match-up at Peter Mokaba Stadium.

Golden Arrows history no edge: Clinton Larsen

Chippa coach has had great results

Wayne Arendse DC case spices up the already epic Wits-Sundowns clash

Boardroom points likely to boost Students' title run

Orlando Pirates seek to reignite faltering title charge

Pirates target Usuthu for first win in 8 games

Nkosingiphile Ngcobo ready to answer his Kaizer Chiefs first team call

South Africa Under-20 starlet Nkosingiphile Ngcobo is not losing sleep on being promoted to Kaizer Chiefs’ senior team and says he would prefer to let his work on the field to do the talking for him.

Bukiwe Nonina's trainer bags Fortuin

Mutavhatsindi unsung hero

Proteas disappointed at poor first day’s batting

Batsman Aiden Markram admitted South Africa were disappointed in their first innings effort with the bat on day one of the second Test against Sri Lanka at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Thursday.

Kaizer Chiefs draw Cape Town City in Nedbank Cup quarterfinals

Kaizer Chiefs have been drawn at home to Cape Town City in the glamour tie of the Nedbank Cup quarterfinals‚ pitting Ernst Middendorp against Benni McCarthy in a tantalising clash.

Confusion after Caster Semenya says she has no knowledge of government's R25-million backing of her case

The unified front between Caster Semenya's lawyers and government showed a crack on Thursday as the athlete released a statement that appeared to conflict with comments made by the Sports ministry a few days ago.

Sri Lanka edge closer to becoming the first sub-continent side to win a series in SA

Sri Lanka took a tentative step towards creating history by producing an inspired performance with the ball on day one of the second Test against South Africa at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Thursday.

Sharks coach Du Preez understands the key to getting far in Super Rugby is a good home record

The significance of winning their first home game isn't lost on Sharks Super Rugby coach Robert du Preez.

Lions coach Swys de Bruin expecting the Stormers to bounce back

Guided by the belief that the Stormers cannot be any worse than they were against the Bulls at Loftus‚ Lions coach Swys de Bruin is expecting to face a team on the rebound in their Super Rugby clash at Newlands on Saturday.

The most important thing is we don’t lose to Wits‚ says Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane

“I don’t think the game on Saturday will determine the championship because there is still a long way to go”.
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