The Dancer leads PSL beer-swillers
A sleazy tabloid recently reported Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana star midfielder Reneilwe "Yeye" Letsholonyane had dumped his Soweto girlfriend and was now playing "hide the German sausage" with SuperSport presenter Mpho Maboi.
Here's hoping "Yeye" doesn't do a Raymond Domenech and propose on national television during a post-match interview.
ALMOST the entire PSL staff complement were spotted hurrying in single file into the SAB headquarters in Sandton like mischievous kindergarten tots on Wednesday. As usual, marketing guru Peter "The Dancer" Mancer, led the entourage, followed by Altaaf "Send Button" Kazi, Kabelo Bosilong and unidentified staffers as they invaded the beer company offices. It seems like only the tea lady and the gardener were left behind, which made Tsamaya wonder what the big mission was all about. Was Mancer hiding a double-barrel shotgun under his Vampire trench coat?
WE could not help but notice that new Ajax Cape Town goalkeeper Sander Westerveld's Cuban-pimp appearance makes him look more like a Southern California surfer than a shot-stopper. At 36, we hope the Dutchman is not coming to the Cape to enjoy the Camps Bay lifestyle and the excellent Western Cape wine and that he will be ready to face those palm-stingers from Collins Mbesuma, Mpho Maleka, Diyo Sibisi and Nyasha Mushekwi.
CHIEFS coach Vladimir Vermezovic was spotted with his video camera recording Tottenham Hotspur's training session in Polokwane last week. Word from Mount Naturena is that Chiefs players were stumbling and tripping over themselves the whole week as they tried to copy Spurs' intricate drills and exercises.
SPURS forwards Roman Pavlyuchenko, Luka Modric and Benoit Assou-Ekoto were a hit with the ladies in Polokwane and drew some raucous reactions when they made their way to the field. This was while Cameroonian defender Sebastien Bassong was mocking Steven Pienaar, who was busy signing autographs during the community service initiative. Clearly, the Lily Whites were having a ball in Mzansi and one of them was overheard saying: "We love your winter ... it's like our summer."
MAMELODI Sundowns' new away strip has hit the shelves and it is a big hit with the Brazilians supporters. It is a little eish ... with all those chevrons, the fans look a little bit like walking traffic cones. We sincerely hope here at Tsamaya that Sundowns wear the away colours as seldom as possible. We wouldn't want to mistake them for Metro cops in one of our match reports.