Last week, we asked you who the best foreign midfielder to have played in the PSL was, and 51% of you said it was former Sundowns and Cameroon left-footed midfielder Roger Feutmba, followed by former Kaizer Chiefs and Zimbabwe midfielder Tinashe Nengomasha (33%).
After months of speculation, Orlando Pirates finally have a new permanent head coach, Kjell Jonevret. The Swedish-born tactician joins the Buccaneers after Muhsin Ertugral resigned in November 2016 and the interim leadership of Augusto Palacios, and is expected to turn the Pirates ship around and bring back the glory days.
Mamelodi Sundowns are in high spirits after clinching the CAF Super Cup title this past Saturday. The visitors got off to a promising start at Loftus Versfeld, but it was the Brazilians who threatened in the latter stages and were awarded a penalty in the 81st minute, which was converted by defender Ricardo Nascimento.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Steve Komphela, just like his compatriot Pitso Mosimane at Mamelodi Sundowns was under fire from Amakhosi supporters who wanted him gone. However, things have changed now, and the Glamour Boys have now gone on to win five games in a row – similar to how things transpired for Mosimane before he went on to win the league, the CAF Champions League and most recently the CAF Super Cup.
Cape Town City FC hosted Orlando Pirates at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday evening. The match produced entertaining performances from both sides, and it was a pleasing affair for the supporters. With the game ending in a 2-2 draw, the Buccaneers walked away with a much-needed point, while City are currently placed in second position behind Kaizer Chiefs on the log.
Orlando Pirates' season hasn't been the best thus far. The Buccaneers have suffered 6-1 and 6-0 defeats courtesy of SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundowns, respectively, something that did not sit well with their supporters.