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Building a legacy in disloyal times

For the first time in recent memory the Mamelodi Sundowns coach looks a bit rocky. With a new contract looming, can he reverse the tide?

Sundowns eye new threat

Are Kaizer Chiefs positioning themselves to challenge SA’s undisputed kings of football?

Boardroom sullies PSL

Instead of focusing solely on match day, we’ll also have to watch for the appeal on the Downs matter

End-of-season sanction could cost Sundowns dearly

Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is hopeful the sanction will be meted out before the end of the season.

Sundowns survive scare to keep pace with Bucs

Pitso Mosimane’s side came into this one knowing that only a win would do with their rivals threatening to pull away

Pitso’s ‘passion confused with craziness’

Sundowns coach's players seem to enjoy playing for the former Bafana Bafana striker

Sundowns shake the foundations

A convincing win over Africa’s premier heavyweight gives them a push to rattle football on the continent

Fired-up Buccaneers held by Sundowns

There was no shortage of fanfare leading up to this one and the top-of-the-table clash was billed as an opportunity to shake up the title race

Sundowns coach Mosimane fumes over ‘slow’ substitutions rap

Pitso Mosimane is fuming over his players being accused of time wasting when substituted

Contrasting challenges for former African champions

We assess how five former champions in action this week may fare as they set out in pursuit of the $2.5-million first prize

Teething Sundowns ready to bite

Pitso Mosimane’s strategy appears to be clear, which is good reason to fear the Brazilians

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

Don’t press panic button, says Solinas

Chiefs’ fans are desperate for a win and the new coach is unlikely to be cut any slack

Pitso’s gamble fails to pay off

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

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

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