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The Soccer Podcast Without A Name (Yet) S01E24




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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The Soccer Podcast Without A Name (Yet) S01E15





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. Middendorp Tactical Genius?
2. Chiefs Thinking Of Signing Another Goalkeeper
3. Who Are Favourites For The Nedbank Cup?
4. Lebo Mothiba Win Trophy With French Club
5. English Title Race Heats Up
6. Games To Look Forward To
7. Quick Hits

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Crafty Komphela Blames His Lack Of Production On Exterior Factors

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela explains (in his exceptional English) his team has not been winning the games they should because of the stiff competition in the Premiership this season. 

Kaizer Chiefs have managed to win only one in their last five games in all competitions.  Coach Steve Komphela does not lay the blame on his inability to coach but on how tough the PSL has been this season.

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Kaizer Chiefs Are Knocked Out Of TKO-What Is Komphela’s Excuse This Time?

Another knockout competition and another elimination for Steve Komphela’s Kaizer Chiefs. With his future at the club in doubt, how does Komphela rationalise another semifinal exit?

A red card was shown to Wiseman Meyiwa, who wasn’t so wise (you saw that coming didn’t you?), for stamping on Daine Klate leg. The resulting freekick was played into the Kaizer Chiefs box, Wits’ Mkhwanazi headed the ball across to Keene who finished it off with his own header to put Bidvest Wits one goal up and effectively ending the game.

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