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Robert Millward

Robert Millward

    Bafana hope to use intimidating Loftus
    Bafana hope to use intimidating Loftus
    Once exclusively used for rugby and banned from staging football games, the intimidating Loftus Versfeld Stadium might help host South Africa get...
    Concerns for coaches as 2010 build-up begins
    Concerns for coaches as 2010 build-up begins
    The leading World Cup contenders begin flexing their muscles this week, a little more than 100 days before the big kick-off in South Africa, while...
    SA's safety record 'second to none', says Jordaan
    SA's safety record 'second to none', says Jordaan
    Soccer World Cup organising head Danny Jordaan on Monday described South Africa's safety record in hosting major sports events as "second to none",...
    Fifa considering extra refs for World Cup
    Fifa considering extra refs for World Cup
    Fifa will consider having extra match officials on the field to help referees at next year's World Cup in South Africa, Fifa president Sepp Blatter...
    Barcelona, Liverpool under Champs League pressure
    Barcelona, Liverpool under Champs League pressure
    Barcelona's hold on the European title could be loosened with another loss to Russia's Rubin Kazan this week, while five-time winner Liverpool...
    Ref slammed for beach ball goal
    Ref slammed for beach ball goal
    Two former Premier League match officials criticized referee Mike Jones for allowing a goal that deflected in off a beach ball in Sunderland's 1-0...
    Pietersen makes England squad for SA tour
    Pietersen makes England squad for SA tour
    England called up allrounder Luke Wright, legspinner Adil Rashid and wicketkeeper Steve Davies for the first test series against South Africa on...
    Away wins keep Chelsea and Spurs neck and neck
    Away wins keep Chelsea and Spurs neck and neck
    Tottenham and Chelsea stayed neck and neck at the top of the Premier League with away victories on Sunday while promoted Burnley followed up its...
    Germany, France win in World Cup qualifiers
    Germany, France win in World Cup qualifiers
    Germany beat Azerbaijan 2-0 to move four points ahead in its World Cup qualifying group on Wednesday, while France laboured to a 1-0 victory over...
    Saru, De Villiers apologise for eye-gouging comments
    Saru, De Villiers apologise for eye-gouging comments
    Springboks coach Peter de Villiers and his bosses at South Africa Rugby have apologised for his apparent acceptance that Schalk Burger's eye-gouging of Lions winger Luke Fitzgerald was just part of the game....
    Quiet man Sheridan feared by Boks
    Quiet man Sheridan feared by Boks
    British and Irish Lions prop Andrew Sheridan is flattered but not lulled by the praise being heaped upon him by South Africans ahead of the...
    Spotlight on SA for Confed Cup
    Spotlight on SA for Confed Cup
    With stars such as Brazil's Kaka and Spain's Fernando Torres heading to the Confederations Cup, the host South Africans are hoping to put on a show...