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Carlos Amato

Carlos Amato

    Celtic's Larsen out to 'steal' another cup
    Celtic's Larsen out to 'steal' another cup
    Clinton Larsen will soon end his third season in charge at Bloemfontein Celtic, making him one of the longest-serving head coaches in SA.
    Celtic's Larsen out to 'steal' another cup
    Celtic's Larsen out to 'steal' another cup
    Phunya Sele Sele coach is upbeat ahead of crucial quarterfinal clash against PSL log leaders Kaizer Chiefs.
    Chiefs' happy days are here again
    Chiefs' happy days are here again
    Stuart Baxter silences his critics as Amakhosi pull out all the stops, while lacklustre Pirates fray at the edges.
    No big spenders to foot the ball bill
    No big spenders to foot the ball bill
    Don't expect marquee players in local line-ups; our clubs aren't up for that kind of oligarchy malarkey.
    Bafana vs CAR: Beware the Bangui beast
    Bafana vs CAR: Beware the Bangui beast
    Bafana Bafana face the Central African Republic in a World Cup qualifier that they must win, says Carlos Amato.
    Yeye is the answer for Kaizer Chiefs
    Yeye is the answer for Kaizer Chiefs
    The Chief's pass master Reneilwe "Yeye" Letsholonyane has the skill to sink the Pirates in the Soweto derby, writes Carlos Amato.
    How Maluti moved mountains against Orlando Pirates
    How Maluti moved mountains against Orlando Pirates
    The Bucs got their comeuppance from a team with enough spirit to shame the Premier Soccer League.
    Brave bets pay off for Cavin Johnson
    Brave bets pay off for Cavin Johnson
    Platinum Stars' coach Cavin Johnson's ability to polish rough diamonds has taken Dikwena up the Premier Soccer League's heirarchy.
    Pistorius: High noon at not-OK corral
    Pistorius: High noon at not-OK corral
    Pistorius is entirely one of us. His aggression and fear are a reverberation of South African history, writes Carlos Amato.
    Keshi's post-Afcon resignation withdrawal saves Nigeria's 2014 dream
    Keshi's post-Afcon resignation withdrawal saves Nigeria's 2014 dream
    Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has allegedly withdrawn the resignation he announced on radio, following a meeting with Nigeria's sports minister.
    Afcon final: Keshi's Super Eagles heal an old wound
    Afcon final: Keshi's Super Eagles heal an old wound
    Nigeria has taken the champion title against Burkina Faso for the Africa Cup of Nations 2013.