It breaks my heart to see Bongani khumalo's fall from grace,With the recent injuries to the defensive personnel of Bafana you'd expect Khumalo to be the obvious choice as a replacement but unfortunately that wasn't the case. GI called up siyanda Xulu(who had just recovered from injury), now with Xulu injured it remains to be seen if Gordon will call up BK, does Bongani Khumalo still have a future with Bafana Bafana?
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Dear Mr Khoza & Sons
The passing of rashid khan last week really saddend me not only from a human point of view and that he was a team mate of mine at sundowns but by the lack of respect and couldn't care less attitude of a member of todays media who had never heard of him:well the majority of todays so called football writers who in my opinion not only know nothing about the history of our football but also know nothing about football itself;rashid "dynamite"khan was the best striker this country ever saw and he was a fantastic winger and giant legend that would make todays bafana strikers including those of 1996 look like mickey mouse;he played for the greatest orlando pirates of all time in the late 60s with chippa moloi;kaizer motaung and co and for the greatest sundowns of all time with me,bernard"dancing shoes" hartze,tantie julius,ingle singh.he had short spells at leeds and liverpool and later for cape town spurs and finally dynamos ending an illustrious career of a truly great and world class player.I think its about time these "joker"writers educated themselves about our football which didn't start yesterday.I ask on rashids behalf that ALLAH(GOD)foregive him of his sins and give him everlasting peace and rest and a place in heaven.south africa has lost one of its greatest football sons.
Release Following for the following reasons:
1)Gcaba- He is not OP material,never confident & the worst signing by OP
2)Mabena- It puzzles me tht he stl wears tht jersey.Hw long has he bn wt OP?
hw many goals hs he scored since his days wt us? what is wrong with OP Mgnt?
wat hard worker????
3)Mbesuma- Another avarage purchase-overweght and over the hill jus sweating
4)Lekgwathi- His time is up,has bn gud & loyal over da years.give him a position in development
5)Bester- Poor Poor and wasteful purchase. plz save the money.the less said the better
6) Chinyama- Not impressive at all. mayb he came to OP tired and old release him to average team now.
7) Mbuyane- What else has he done other than scoring against Sundowns. He has no legs the sooner u notice the better.
8)Moholo: We dont need benchwarmers, we nid playz who can contribute. Release him to small clubs he wil make it.
9) Nzunga- what a flop, hw on earth is he stil at OP? Really???who is buying playz such plyz for OP?
1)segolela- its tym to deliver. improve on wayward passing and be consistent.keep him 4 now 2)Jali improve on attitude- you are nt there yet boy
3)Benni- wld love hm to stay bt change mentality as he has influence on fuilure and success of da team
4)Mahamutsa- 1 more season and evaluate him
5) Slim Kat- Again, attitude, he must respect challenge frm other keepers and fight his way back
Nomandela,Billiat, Erasmus,Nthethe,Manyama,Awal,George Maluleke.Go to africa and look for 2 more gud strikers and 2 central defenders in Africa. STOP BUYING MIDFIELDERS? Wen last did OP had a proven striker? was it during J Skhosana era?
Employ a coach who can manage egos at OP coz Rodger Dlisa is failing. Krol or Stoichkov even Mushin Dont say i did not warn you, we are heading for disaster big time & we will continue playing 2nd figgle to Chiefs CRY MY BELOVED TEAM AND I PRAY THAT WE WILL NOT BE EMBARASSED BY MALUTI AGAIN.To playz stop your stupid misleading interviews whr everytime we lose u say we are stil on track to defend this and that and hw many cups did u defend?
A win is a win irrespective of the opponents and is worth to be celebrated, I'm happy with Bafana's win against Lesotho but not happy with SAFA's choice of opponent, been faced with 2 crucial world cup qualifiers in a space of a week, I don't think we should gauge our strength by playing lowly ranked weak teams like Lesotho who are weaker compared to our opponents in the qualifiers, we should be playing friendlies with the power house of African soccer, your Nigeria, Mali, Ghana or any other highly ranked strong opponents,to be the best you have to compete with the best, with due respect to Lesotho as a footballing nation but I don't think they were the right opponents to prepare us for CAR and Ethiopia. Either way all the best Boys!!!
Rito Hlungwana, Xitlhelani village
There is future in Basotho football. They shows some brilliant touches and confident on the ball. The Bafana team still lack a sense of urgence, we have to class small countries as Lesotho concerning the fivety (50) million population to shoose from. Gordon's team was not bad ether anyway but wish them all the best in Cameroon as it will be the real game than Lesotho practise match.
Terah Maqepula, eMt Fletcher
Pls bobby offload the following players..1 mandla masango 2. Zvasiya 3. Rusike (loan) 4..kaizer jnr (retire) 5. Moleko (loan) and bring in the following players 1..geoger maluleke 2. Manyama 3. Khubone 4. Sifiso vilakaza 5. Awal
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We have hammered Bobby Motaung for so many years for poor signings and rightfully so but right now we should salute him. He now deserves all the praises because all the signings he made came to the party especially Nkatha whom many doubted. Going to a top team like and scoring 7 goals in your first year is good by any standard. He could have been a club leading scorer at Bucs and many top 8 teams. The "Parker role" was very effective due to him. To my fellow Khosis, please let us support the poor guy. We won the league simply because we shut the back door and also had 3 regular goal scorers in our team.
Amos Tshukudu, Ga Maria
Please allow me to send my heartfelt & sincere condolences to the family of the late Ntsiki Halom one of the few finest,knowledgeable lady when it came to the beautiful game,we met at soccerladuma site Ayoba and the rest of the other guys,she was a staunch Kaizer Chiefs supporter and Arsenal our friendship as football supporters started there. One is running out of words describing the kind of a sporting person she was, any site, blog or magazine that wrote about football you'd find Ntsiki there.I know she contributed immensingly in the growth of the beautiful game in Mzansi and some of us learnt a lot from her.
What a great loss, may her soul rest in peace