Since Cape Town City revealed who their new head coach who will be leading the team for the 2017/18 season is, the supporters have been actively reacting as most are excited to see Benni McCarthy head up his first coaching job in his hometown.
Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns may go head to head in their efforts to lure SuperSport United striker Jeremy Brockie to their respective camps. The New Zealander finished the 2016/17 as Matsatsantsa’s top goalscorer, and Amakhosi will be looking to add depth to their frontline, while Pitso Mosimane will be looking to strengthen his team.
The PSL has been running for two and a half decades now. Rated among the top 10 best leagues in the world, our top flight has also attracted a lot of foreign players, some of whom made a massive contributions.
Kaizer Chiefs have once again made headlines for releasing players. Amakhosi announced that they are parting ways with seven players, and the supporters did not take kindly to that and had a lot to say. Here's what some posted:
Although they have just come off a poor league campaign, Orlando Pirates can still win some silverware this season because they are in the Nedbank Cup final that will take place on 24 June at Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Orlando Pirates struggled in front of goal during the past season as the team heavily relied on their Zimbabwean striker, Tendai Ndoro, to get the ball into the back of the net. The likes of Dove Wome and Thamsanqa Gabuza also assisted in the Buccaneers’ strike force, but it is evident that there is a need for a lethal man to lead Kjell Jonevret's team up front.