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Nedbank Cup – Last-16: Chiefs Struggle Against Minnows, Cape Town City Crush Highlands Park, And More

In the Nedbank Cup last-16, we saw Amakhosi make hard work of dispatching ABC Motsepe side Magic FC whilst Cape Town City comfortably beat Highlands Park.

Magic FC 0-3 Kaizer Chiefs

Nedbank Cup last-16 : magic fc 0-3 kazier chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs needed extra-time to defeated third tier outfit The Magic FC 3-0 to advance to the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals.

Nobody gave Magic FC a prayer when it was announced that Kaizer Chiefs would be their next opponents in the Nedbank Cup. They are a small ABC Motsepe side whose payroll can be handled by Khama Billiat salary alone.  Continue Reading

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ICYMI – All Of The Transfer That Happened On The #PSLDeadlineDay

All transfers that took place late and on the last day of the PSL transfer window.

Highlands Park signed Rodney Ramagalela on a pre-contract. He will join the team at the beginning of next season.

George Lebese has signed on loan for SuperSport United until the end of the season from Mamelodi Sundowns.

Black Leopards signed Tanzanian striker Eluid Ambokile from Mbeya City. He’s on a five-month deal.

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Chippa United Are One More Idiotic Decision Away From Relegation

Chippa United are a team in disarray. They have sacked three coaches already this season. It’s only a matter of time until Chippa Mpengesi makes another managerial error that lands them in the NFD.

I was in bed when I heard Chippa United fired Joel Masutha on Wednesday. I woke up, called the bank, and asked them to put all my invested funds into my cheque account. When I received the money I logged on to bet.co.za and bet all my money on Chippa United getting relegated this season.

Trust me, it’s going to happen.

Chippa United fired their 3rd coach and we not even 3/4 through the season yet. If Moroka Swallows taught us anything its that: teams that are poorly managed who happen to have an ugly kit, usually go down.

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