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The Soccer Podcast Without A Name (Yet) S01E07

Bongani ‘Da Bongz’ Nkosi and Thabang ‘Da Real Cheez’ Kgeledi discuss this weeks soccer topics. But they should hurry because each topic has a time limit.

The Discussion This Week:
1. Sundowns On Top
2. Benni McCarthy For Bafana
3. Elvis Chipezeze’s Play Acting
4. El Clasico
5. Premier League Review
6. Games To Look Forward To
7. Quick Hits

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Bafana Bafana Now Has To Qualify The Hard Way

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.


Don’t lie…

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!’

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Are We Sure Stuart Baxter Isn’t The Right Man For Bafana?

Can Stuart Baxter be the guy that turns the Bafana Bafana ship around and build a culture of winning football in South Africa?

It would be understandable if you thought Stuart Baxter isn’t the best fit for the Bafana job. Firstly, he was hired after SAFA fired beloved Shakes Mashaba over some bull shit and secondly, his team’s performance in the World Cup qualifiers was embarrassing, to say the least. As you know an international coach is judged on whether his side qualified for the World Cup or not, rather than how many irrelevant soccer nations he can beat up in the Cosafa Cup.

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Baxter Says His Job Is To Coach Not To Score Goals

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter seems to think the only reason South Africa didn’t qualify for the World Cup was that his team didn’t score enough goals.

Stuart Baxter reckons scoring goals is what wins you games.

“…our biggest shortcoming, which has been the country’s perennial problem, has been scoring goals,Baxter said.

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