Last night for the first time in maybe history, Kaizer Chiefs supporters were on the side of Orlando Pirates when they met Mamelodi Sundowns. The Buccaneers beat The Brazilians at home for the first time since 2011
I’m what you call a movie buff. When I get spare time from getting high off tranquillizing drugs, getting drunk, or pretending like I’m working, I indulge myself with movies. The best films are those with (a) simple plot (b) action/drama (c) good acting. Last week I decided cancelled my Netflix subscription and simply wait for Orlando Pirates games to get my fix of cinematic entertainment. Their matches have all I’m looking for in a good flick: (a) simple plot – they need to win (b) action/drama – own goals, good goals, goalkeeping mistakes etc. (c) good acting – this is where they fall short, their coach doesn’t have much of a personality and the team’s performances have been below standard. But, I’d take 2 out of 3 any day.
Last night, Orlando Pirates came away 3-2 winners against Polokwane City. The game had it all: bad officiating, red cards, bogus penalties, missed sitters, good goals, and poking of the eyes. Everything you’d want from a football match.
I am an impatient person. I hate waiting. In this world we live in being restless is a bad thing. When you are young you are told: ‘you can only have the Yogueta after you finish the cabbage’, when you are a teenager: ‘you are only allowed to have some of your dad’s Gordon’s when you turn 18’ and when you are an adult: ‘you are only allowed to finish when I’m satisfied too’. Kaizer Chiefs are on top of the Absa Premiership, 10 points ahead of second-placed Mamelodi Sundowns. Is it okay for their supporters to begin celebrating or should they practice patients?
Kaizer Chiefs should be considered as a team that is most likely to win the championship. Their assistant coach Shaun Bartlett, however, doesn’t want his side to burdened with the ‘favorites’ tag. Continue Reading
In the past couple of months, Kaizer Chiefs have let go 8 players. On Wednesday they came out with a statement saying that might release one or two more. This is a cleanout which is long overdue. However, with all these players going out who are the players they are bringing. Remember Kaizer Chiefs is the biggest club in South Africa, they don’t only need signings to make up numbers in the squad but to compete for the league too.
Bongani ‘Da Bongz’ Nkosi and Thabang ‘Da Real Cheez’ Kgeledi discuss this weekend’s soccer topics. But they should hurry because each topic has a time limit.
The Discussion This Week:
1. Mamelodi Sundowns Successfully Defend Title
2. Kaizer Chiefs Bad Season
3. Orlando Pirates Season A Failure?
4. Pitso Mosimane Criticises Stuart Baxter
5. Manager Who Signed Percy Tau Gets Fired
6. Should Kaizer Chiefs Have Been More Patient With Steve Komphela?
7. Quick Hits
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