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Women’s Month a sad remimder of Slow Poison

One of South Africa’s most lethal strikers Lesley “Slow Poison” Manyathela sadly passed away on 9 August back in 2003. A day with rich history in South Africa, Women’s day is celebrated every year on this day in honour of the brave mothers, wives, sisters, daughters and aunties who helped build our beautiful country. As much as we appreciate their ...

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Eric Tinkler the leader of the new school

South African football great Eric Tinkler has done and seen it all, as a player he won the 1996 AFCON (African Cup of Nations) with Bafana Bafana, played in Europe for a number of years and locally, he is a legend at former club Bidvest Wits. Tinkler was able to do what most former players fail to achieve when he ...

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Hoffman working towards being SA’s number one

Steven Hoffman has been one of the standout players in the national first division for the past two seasons. The national U/23 goalkeeper has stood firm and has been a pillar of strength for the ambitious Vasco da Gama. His heroics have not gone unnoticed as a number of PSL clubs have come knocking for his services, with Platinum Stars ...

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Lebogang Ditsele to leave a legacy

Footballers from all walks of life come to South Africa to improve their lives and use our domestic leagues as a stepping stone to bigger and better things. It’s be proven over time that foreign players work harder and are discipline, which explains why the Premier Soccer League (PSL) has largely been dominated by players from outside our borders. Most ...

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