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2014 World Cup Qualifiers (22-24 March)

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Another round of 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifier matches took place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from the 3 continents, Europe, South America and Africa, from 108 teams, 47 matches were played. In Europe alone, 24 played matches resulted in 71 goals, 8 drawn matches and 16 teams winning their matches. Out of 5 matches in South America

Mourinho: I should have won it.

b_152_152_16777215_00_images_mourinho_photo.jpgJose Mourinho has said that he believes he should have won the award for coach of the year in 2012.

Instead the award went to Spanish coach, Vincente Del Bosque. The Real Madrid coach is well known for not holding his tongue sometimes. 

Many people believe that Mourinho

Pakistan Level Series 2-2 against South Africa

b_152_152_16777215_00_images_pakistan_levels.jpgThe 4th One Day International was held at Sahara Kingsmead Stadium in Durban. The Proteas won the toss and elected to bat first. Amla was out with the first ball bowled, with a golden duck and Ingram followed him closely from the second ball. The Proteas lost 4 wickets in their first 10 overs.

Mourinho not leaving

b_152_152_16777215_00_images_jose_photo.jpgReal Madrid manager Jose Mourinho has thrown mud at reports that he will be saying so long to the club end of season.

The Special One joined the Spanish giants from Inter Milan in 2011. He left them after he had won the Champions League achieving the feat after Inter had not won the illusive European tournament in donkey years.

Stormers to play Brumbies

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Stormers will this Saturday take on the Brumbies at Newlands Rugby Stadium ekapa.

The visiting Brumbies are coached by former Bok World cup winning coach, Jake White. White won the World Cup in 2007 with amabokoboko which was played eFrance. He was replaced by Pieter De Villiers who failed to defend the trophy and the rugby board then appointed

Tau is trek

b_152_152_16777215_00_images_jimmyTau.jpgFormer aMakhosi  kaptein jimmy tau is back from an injury lay off and is rearing to go.

Tau has been injuried since last year; he spent almost die hulle jaare without kicking die ball, maar nou sy’s trek fit as a fiddle. Amakhosi fans are jubilant at this news for they love Jimmy a lot.

Honeymoon ends for Maluti FET

b_152_152_16777215_00_images_malutifet.jpgThird division side Maluti FET College was yesterday knocked out of the Nedbank Cup by African Warriors albeit on penalties.

The college team, based in the Free State fantasy run in the FA cup equivalent of Mzansi was brought down to mother earth in a rather sour way. Warriors beat the 4-1 after

Barclay’s Premier League Weekend Wrap

b_152_152_16777215_00_images_Everton_vs_ManCity.pngEverton 2-0 Manchester City

Osman put Everton in the lead before halftime and left Hart standing defenceless as the ball flew past him and into the back of the net. In the second half, Pienaar made a dangerous tackle as his studs were up, and he was booked for the second time and was sent off.

Proteas Win Pink Drive ODI

b_152_152_16777215_00_images_Proteas_in_pink.jpgThe Pink Drive was a success. The 3rd Momentum ODI South Africa vs Pakistan was labeled the Pink Drive. The Proteas were wearing a pink kit in support of breast cancer, but not only the Proteas, the Proteas staff, umpires, commentators, Pakistan and supporters had something pink on them. Everything was pink; Castle Lager

Mock-up cover released

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