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The Hunt is on for ruthlessness

Kaizer Chiefs’ new coach may have all the excuses but he’s likely just buying time for his ethos to take root

Instinctive Chiefs prove their title credentials

Amakhosi have flipped the popular narrative on its head, winning the Soweto Derby 1-0, and are now favourites to lift the PSL trophy

Chiefs dismiss fears of fourth straight Derby loss

Chiefs lost their last outing in the league, going down 1-0 to Cape Town City at FNB Stadium last week Wednesday

Oh, the sweet pain of Chiefs

Missed chances from Amakhosi’s front row and bad goalkeeping depress even ardent supporters

​Cape Town City steal win off of frustrating Chiefs

A frustrating Kaizer Chiefs fell to a resilient Cape Town City at FNB Stadium on Wednesday night

The Brockie redemption: Kiwi Assassin promises more goals to come

Jeremy Brockie finally broke his duck for Sundowns last night and is now unafraid to dream of the Golden Boot

New blood braces for El kasi’co

History hovers over occasion as sold-out Calabash prepares to welcome debutants in stirring Soweto Derby

Solinas-Billiat love affair continues as duo scoop PSL monthly awards

Kaizer Chiefs coach Giovanni Solinas and star player Khama Billiat have scooped the PSL coach and player gongs respectively for September

Pitso’s gamble fails to pay off

Mosimane has failed to engineer a win this week with his squad rotation

In defence of an attacking plan

Kaizer Chiefs haven’t had any issues scoring beautiful goals this past week

Pitso: Of course we miss Castro and Billiat

The exciting link-up of Billiat and Castro has been one of the only highlights from a frustrating start to the season by Kaizer Chiefs

Sundowns: ‘It’s how you bounce back’

The Pretoria team have had mixed fortunes this season, but are confident they’ve turned a corner

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.

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