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Taking on Africa, Sundowns’ style

Uncompromising Brazilians stick to their football guns as they prepare for awkward summit on continent

New start for stop-start Chiefs

Their victory over Bidvest Wits suggests a new force, but we have been there before

Ertuğral has the courage to keep Maritzburg in top flight

Lebohang Maboe’s inevitable move to a big club hit hard and the experience of Bavan Fransman walking out didn’t help matters

The stories of the season … so far

Halfway through the season is a good time to review the ups, downs, surprises and the predictable

Kaizer Chiefs, Solinas part ways

Kaizer Chiefs and Giovanni Solinas have agreed to an amicable termination of his contract with immediate effect

The technical director curse

In South Africa it seems that shortly after they are hired by a club, the coaches get the boot

Go shopping to boost PSL season

The lacklustre top three sides could look at recruiting new talent to kick-start their bids for glory

Sabotage can undo a coach

A revolt in the dressing room could lead to players deliberately throwing games to punish the gaffer

Chiefs advance to Telkom Knockout semis with win over SuperSport

​Kaizer Chiefs advanced to the semi-finals of the Telkom Knockout as they edged SuperSport United 1-0 on Sunday

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