Mafinikio FC has enjoyed a very successful season in the first ever UJ Women's Internal League despite finishing second on the log, with three wins, three draws, and without a loss. The ladies from Impumelelo Ladies residence in the greater UJ APK campus collected medals in all three competitions that were played this season, which... Continue Reading →
Baroka United FC Goalkeeper Nominated for FIFA Awards.
Baroka United FC goalkeeper, Oscarine Masuluke, will be representing Africa at the 2017 FIFA Awards in London next week. Masuluke was nominated for FIFA Puskas Award (goal of the year) after his fantastic overhead kick goal against Orlando Pirates last season made the top 3 cut. *Watch Below: Oscarine Masuluke's Wonder goal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNWL3M2fDRU “My goal is... Continue Reading →
My First Time Twitter Experience
I chose soccer as my theme, African soccer to be specific. The articles I have identified are from South African soccer publication named Soccer Laduma, it is arguably the most popular and the most accurate soccer publication in the country. I chose articles that were focusing on Bafana Bafana because during the 4th – 11th October... Continue Reading →
Cornerstone FC set their eyes on UJ Internal Major League Championship glory.
-By: Manti Mpho Nelson Cornerstone FC is going for glory this season in the University of Johannesburg Internal Major league championship. Despite being knocked out in the first stage of stigma knockout cup, Cornerstone fc have had a good league campaign this year. They won five of their last nine games, lost three, drew one... Continue Reading →
Cape verde islands dent Bafana Bafana’s 2018 World Cup hopes.
By: Mpho Manti Nelson. South Africa's 2018 World Cup qualifier hopes has been dented after suffering a painful 2-1 defeat from Cape Verde islands on friday evening. Bafana Bafana, who came to the game as clear favorites, started the game well and went 1-0 ahead in the 13th minute, following a wonderful run and a... Continue Reading →
Could this be Chiefs’ worst season ever?
-by Mpho Nelson Manti Johannesburg- Kaizer chiefs continue to struggle in the new season of the Absa Premiership after going down 2-1 to Supersport United on Wednesday night. A game that was full of drama, saw Supersport United go 2-0 up before the break against 10 men Chiefs, after their anchor man, Mulomuwandawu Matoho was... Continue Reading →