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Soweto derby will test Rulani’s resilience

Chiefs are the form side and a victory could cast further doubts over the Pirates coach's ability to navigate his team through some stormy seas

Derby: Why this one really matters

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

A masterclass in trolling

Baroka may have delivered Oscar-worthy acting, but Pirates failed to kill off the lesser team

Baroka deny Pirates top spot with frustrating draw

The tone of the match was set from the first whistle as Milutin Sredojević’s men pushed and the visitors looked to soak it up and run down the clock

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

Sundowns trounces Amakhosi in title win

Mamelodi Sundowns dominated the game to take the Telkom Knockout Final trophy, in a 3-1 win.

Axe hovers over coaches of underperforming teams

Two months in and several coaches are already uneasy in their seats.

Battle-weary Pirates reach for the Stars

Bucs are showing the effects of a tough soccer season and must hope a week of R&R has refreshed them ahead of the Telkom Knockout final.

‘Unlucky to Chiefs, cup games go like that,’ says Stars’ coach

Platinum Stars coach Allan Freese has expressed his satisfaction with his team following its victory over Kaizer Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout Cup.

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