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Football futures hang by a hair

The Bafana Bafana coach’s only option is victory, which will propel the team into the Africa Cup of Nations and secure his job

Does Solinas have balls to reinvent?

Solinas must ensure Chiefs produce results consistently, injuries notwithstanding

Furman unruffled by adversity

Some fans aren’t happy with his no-frills style of play, but this hard slogger’s caps speak volumes

Furman’s body on the block

The midfielder stopped at nothing to keep the Nigerian attack from breaching Bafana’s defence

Bafana seek elusive Afcon opener win

Despite a history of losing their Afcon opening matches, Bafana Bafana are determined to topple Algeria, Africa's top-ranked team, in Monday's match.

Names that will put you ahead of the fame

With a packed sports calendar for 2015, Luke Alfred picks out 15 South African sports stars to watch.

Furman deems Adeyemi taunts an ‘absolute disgrace’

Oldham captain Dean Furman says he understands Tom Adeyemi's reaction to verbal abuse in the FA Cup tie, calling the taunts an "absolute disgrace".

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