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Why the Nedbank Cup will never be the same again

With a nation watching, Jomo Cosmos is one side look to use the Nedbank Cup to rediscover their prestige.

Riddle me this: PSL is up for grabs

It’s early days in the season but with the favourites stumbling there is every reason to pay attention to the weekend’s premier league fixtures

Celtic’s boardroom troubles chase supporters away

Celtic usually have the upper hand in the derby, thanks in no small part to the chanting of their fans. They lost 3-2

Derby: Why this one really matters

Coach Ernst Middendorp’s history with Bucs may bring the winning streak to Amakhosi

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

Arrows extend unbeaten run to five games under Komphela

Steve Komphela has overseen three victories and two draws in all competitions since replacing the sacked Clinton Larsen

Oh, the sweet pain of Chiefs

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

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

Komphela quits Bloem Celtic — report

The former Kaizer Chiefs mentor has opted to quit the club, which is for sale, as it struggles to find a suitable owner

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