Author

 
Mark Gleeson

Mark Gleeson

    Low-key start to a busy season
    Low-key start to a busy season
    MTN8 quarterfinals are first up as the PSL struggles to find enough dates for its busy programme.
    Africa is a jungle, says red-faced Mosimane
    Africa is a jungle, says red-faced Mosimane
    Pitso Mosimane has blamed Africa's football format for South Africa's embarrassing misunderstanding of the rules of the Africa Cup of Nations.
    Ajax Cape Town coach aims to retire with the title
    Ajax Cape Town coach aims to retire with the title
    Ajax Cape Town are on the brink of their first South African championship and a fairytale finish to the career of coach Foppe de Haan.
    Bafana beat Egypt with last kick of the match
    Bafana beat Egypt with last kick of the match
    South Africa striker Katlego Mphela struck with the last kick of the match to secure a 1-0 win over Egypt on Saturday night.
    Pienaar battling headaches but fit for Bafana
    Pienaar battling headaches but fit for Bafana
    SA midfielder Steven Pienaar is suffering headaches after being knocked unconscious during training, but should be fit to face Kenya in a friendly.
    Nations Cup shocks leave African big guns reeling
    Nations Cup shocks leave African big guns reeling
    Egypt were the highest profile losers on a miserable day for the continent's heavyweights after suffering a shock 1-0 defeat in Niger.
    From Cup wonders to PSL slumbers
    From Cup wonders to PSL slumbers
    Crowds at local matches are likely to continue to dwindle despite World Cup euphoria, writes Mark Gleeson.
    Finally a proper World Cup finale
    Finally a proper World Cup finale
    A mouthwatering Soccer World Cup final clash awaits us on Sunday night, writes Mark Gleeson.
    2010 diary: End of the road
    2010 diary: End of the road
    It has gone so quickly! The World Cup that has been central to our South African being for more than a decade now is at an end.
    Decision on future World Cup hosts on horizon
    Decision on future World Cup hosts on horizon
    As the World Cup heads to its conclusion, the focus on the agenda will turn not to the next tournament in Brazil, but the hosts in 2018 and 2022.
    2010 diary: Does soccer need technology?
    2010 diary: Does soccer need technology?
    Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez got visibly angry when asked on Monday whether his side deserved to be in the World Cup semifinals.