One step forwards, two steps backwards. Bafana Bafana, once again have failed to give the supporters a strong line of consistent results. It truly is a fascinating team. Bafana can beat Spain but lose to Mauritania, they can beat Senegal and then draw to Mozambique two days later… Where to from here?
“Generally we are lacking quality wise. As for yesterday's dismal performance, two factors may have played a role: 1) Players were shocked by Shakes' suspension. 2) It was practically impossible for Da Gama to implement his philosophy within that short space of time.
I am tired of football politics. Bafana Bafana head Coach is suspended with no compelling case to answer. What do you call that?” - setlaboswana
“At least Bafana got their balance right this time around. They won the qualifier and drew the friendly. Where previously it was the other way around,” – Masbu999
“Eish its hard being a South African and to be patriotic as well to this Mediocre players tjeses. Even the Senegal we were just lucky to win it.” – Genito Ndofaya
“Bafana Bafana is not showing any passion or hunger for success that is why will never be among the best ,we should be destroying teams like Mozambique but we don't anything serious.” – plain Mohau M
“Truly speaking I think we are taking 1 step forward n 2 steps backwards in terms of progress in our football. how can we win against the Taranga lions who have players playing in the best leagues n best team n be dominated by the minnows the mambas? This is really an embarrassment.” – tshepi se topie
It truly is a testing time as, once again, politics has crept its way into our football. The nation is uncertain as to who the Head Coach actually is, what the starting line up will be, or if we will be watching another World Cup from home…
What are your thoughts on the Bafana Bafana game last night?