Sport

August 11, 2019

Exclusive: Baxter’s Afcon report blasts Safa, sports minister

But former coach doesn’t own up to national team’s dismal performance.
October 6, 2019

In City Press Sport: Chiefs hit back at Pitso; Motsepe to buy Blue Bulls; Disaster for Team SA

Here are some of the headlines in your City Press Sport section today
November 24, 2019

Side Entry: Not liking the Springboks is one thing, accusing them of cheating is sour grapes

It didn’t take long for the “anyone but England” brigade to turn on the Springboks, who had presumably done everyone a solid by comprehensively beating the Rugby World Cup favourites in the final at the beginning of this month.
October 7, 2019

Pitso Mosimane is obsessed with Chiefs – Bobby Motaung

Bobby Motaung dismisses Mosimane’s jibe about Chiefs as resulting from his ‘obsession’ with them.
June 2, 2019

Champs docked 62 points in harshest sentence in SA football

A Limpopo second-division club was automatically relegated after being docked a record 62 points.
October 6, 2019

Erratic match official loses his Fifa badge

A series of blunders cost PSL assistant referee Mervyn van Wyk his place on the Fifa referees panel.
August 4, 2019

Mosimane opens up on calls for him to return to Bafana

Pitso Mosimane has refused to entertain the suggestions that he could just be the ideal candidate to fill in the Bafana Bafana coaching post that has been left vacant by Stuart Baxter.
September 14, 2019

The business of Swallows: Operation Revival

It’s been a long way back for the Dube Birds, but the football team’s new owners are optimistic about the future.
November 18, 2019

Irvin Khoza: Players must exit with at least R2m in their account

Following the PSL’s declaration of R1bn revenue in 2018/19, Timothy Molobi and Daniel Mothowagae sat down with the Iron Duke to learn about the business of a successful league and prosperous players.
October 6, 2019

Dear Club Brugge, thank you for playing along with the Percy Tau euphoria

In a week during which Team SA failed to fire at the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Qatar, one individual ignited some hope for a country desperately searching for new sports heroes.
November 17, 2019

No guaranteed windfall for SA Rugby after Boks’ World Cup triumph

If the noises coming out of the cash-strapped organisation’s offices are anything to go by, SA Rugby is not exactly anticipating the Boks’ World Cup triumph to translate into a windfall.
October 6, 2019

The Etzebeth case: So many questions, but we’ve all made up our minds already

Given the spot judgements that have abounded since the story broke, it’s hard to comprehend that the Eben Etzebeth assault and racism case was only referred to the equality court on Friday, presumably because of the many questions that needed to be a
June 10, 2019

I’ll pay off my house – Comrades champ Mothibi

With a whopping R500 000 Comrades Marathon first prize in his pocket, newly minted champion Edward Mothibi did not hesitate to reveal his plans on how he’s going to spend his jackpot.
July 14, 2019

In City Press Sport: Why Baxter must go; Rassie details Bok plan; can Chiefs rise from ashes?

Here are some of the headlines in your City Press Sport section today.
August 11, 2019

Birds’ deal leaves ‘potential buyer’ seething

The sale of Maccabi FC’s NFD status to Moroka Swallows has left one club owner seething with anger.
November 24, 2019

Patrice Motsepe’s blood is now blue

Patrice Motsepe, one of South Africa’s first black billionaires, has saved the Blue Bulls rugby team from a dire financial situation.
August 4, 2019

Side Entry: When did the Kings coaching job become Peter de Villiers’ birthright?

A sign of how farcical, if not politicised, the Southern Kings’ search for a head coach has become was an “informed” twitterati enquiring whether the Public Protector could be roped in to help with Peter de Villiers’ media-fuelled bid for the post.
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