David Legge

SA’s year of humiliation in soccer

From a premature tournament qualification celebration to Danny Jordaan's broken promises at Cosafa, South African soccer has had an embarrassing year.

South African media lament Boks’ lost chances

The Springboks are all over the front and back pages of SA's daily newspapers: After the death of a Rugby World Cup dream, it's not a pretty sight.

Race for Africa Cup of Nations places heats up

The struggle for 2012 Africa Cup of Nations places reaches a climax this weekend with 21 countries chasing 10 tickets to Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

Libya likely to lose 2013 Africa Cup of Nations

Libya are likely to be replaced as 2013 Africa Cup of Nations hosts this week, with Algeria, Nigeria and SA prepared to take over the tournament.

Dutch delight for Stekelenburg in PSL

Ajax Cape Town snatched a dramatic 3-2 victory over Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday after a battle of Dutch coaches in the Premier Soccer League.

Sundowns, SuperSport top PSL log

Chiefs surrendered the last perfect record in the PSL with a loss to Ajax, while Sundowns became overnight leaders of the PSL, followed by SuperSport.

Fouche penalty salvages draw for Bulls

Blue Bulls fly-half Louis Fouche kicked a penalty from beside the touchline three minutes into stoppage time to steal a draw against the Cheetahs.

Familiarity breeds content for Chiefs and Pirates fans

SA football followers cannot get enough of Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates with the third meeting of a young season attracting a sell-out crowd.

Francois Louw could become P Divvy’s saviour

The need to cover the outstanding but injury-prone Heinrich Brüssow has forced Springbok coach Peter de Villiers to reconsider Francois Louw.

Time’s up for P Divvy and his Boks

Peter de Villiers is running out of time and excuses after a string of Tri-Nations losses and a World Cup defence less than one month away.

Boot of Griquas’ Vogt sinks Sharks

Griqualand West fullback Rudi Vogt kicked 23 points as defending champions Sharks suffered their first Currie Cup defeat of the season.

Bafana leave Egypt in trouble, Côte d’Ivoire into finals

Defending champions Egypt are on the brink of elimination from the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations while Côte d'Ivoire have secured a place at the finals.

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