Bongani ‘Da Bongz’ Nkosi and Thabang ‘Da Real Cheez’ Kgeledi discuss this past weekend’s soccer topics. But they should hurry because each topic has a time limit.
The Discussion This Week:
1. Bafana Bafana AFCON Group
2. Mamelodi Sundowns Progress To Semi-Final
3. Kaizer Chiefs’ Season
4. Manchester City and Liverpool Trade Blows
5. Neymar Jr.’s Legacy
6. Games To Look Forward To
7. Quick Hits
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Brace yourselves my South African people Stuart Baxter isn’t leaving the Bafana Bafana coaching position anytime soon.
Baxter said he’d quit should his team not qualify for the AFCON before Bafana’s game on Sunday evening.
Clarifying his original statement‚ Baxter said: “Well look‚ what I’ve said [in the past] – it’s the truth and the reality of a coach.
“A coach will do a job as long as he feels that he can do the job.
“People will not tell me‚ ‘You can’t coach Bafana‚ because of blah‚ blah‚ blah’. I will know that for my own reasons.
“It may be for my own motivation‚ for my own health‚ or because I don’t feel that I’m taking the team wherever I want it to go.
Eygyt pipped South Africa to host the 2019 AFCON event. What this means is Bafana Bafana now have their qualifying fate in their own hands.
When you heard South Africa was in line to host AFCON 2019, after CAF stripped Cameroon’s rights to hold the tournament, your first thought wasn’t your excitement to see this guy…
…who seemed to be at every AFCON you’ve watched since you were a kid*. The first thought that pop in your head was ‘So this means Bafana Bafana would qualify automatically right?! Hooray!’