Safa must be aware that a new coach won't cure Bafana, who resemble a bed-ridden patient battling chronic ailments
SAFA should stop their stupid jokes and reduce to two the five-man short list from which they hope to select a replacement for the fired Pitiful Pitso Mosimane.
TODAY marks a new dawn for Bafana Bafana. As they trot onto the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace pitch to play Ethiopia this afternoon, coach Pitso Mosimane and his men will begin a journey they hope will culminate in qualification for the 20th Fifa World Cup.
BILLY Ocean sang: When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Moeneeb Josephs has re-written the lyrics. In Josephs's world it seems to be: When the going gets tough, the weak get quitting.
NOW that the champs have been crowned and the chumps relegated, it is time to pose the question: how was this season compared to campaigns past?
HEY Bra Stu. Welcome back down south, Wolverhampton lad. Congrats on being the Chosen One at Kaizer Chiefs.
THE fact that Safa felt a need to issue a statement about something they've dismissed as a green lie can only mean one thing: the lie is true.
MAYBE Mamelodi Sundowns should do themselves a huge favour and change their slogan.
WATCHING the Mugeyi twins on the telly the other day hammered home a cold truth. William and Wilfred are the left-back and striker who hit these shores from Zimbabwe to star for Umthatha Bush Bucks 20 years back. They were reminiscing with their host about their life and time in the South African football fast lane.
KAIZER Motaung would be stupid to scour the earth for another foreign palooka to take charge of Kaizer Chiefs.
JIMMY Augousti needs to have his head read. Or better still, he should stop smoking his socks because they seem to have mind-altering effects.
SOME are cheering the impending move. Others are jeering it. Either way, an intervention was needed. Thank goodness the association has seen the light. Belated it may be, but better late than never.
YES, they've been rolling back the years by banging in goals. But no, I refuse to jump on the Bring Benni and Bhele Back to Bafana Bafana bandwagon.
LIKE a patient on a life-support system, Pitso Mosimane is living on borrowed time. Or is it referee's optional time? One thing's for sure - there'll be no extra time.
ONCE Bafana's foosball (table soccer) with Senegal was over in Durban, my mate and I went to Wembley - via a push of a remote button, of course.