Stats for SA footballers abroad show it was Broos who deserved the apology

The lack of SA footballers plying their trade in the world’s top leagues is a source of frustration for the Bafana coach

18 July 2022 - 20:12 By Njabulo Ngidi

If the suits at the SA Football Association (Safa) had bothered to glance at the statistics of how the country’s players performed in Europe in the 2021/22 season, perhaps they would have realised it is Hugo Broos who is owed an apology, not the other way around...

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