SPOTTED: Siya Kolisi, Canan Moodie and Kurt-Lee Arendse blend in with the crowd at the airport to give Banyana Banyana a heroine’s welcome.
After reaching the Last 16, Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis promises to lead her team back to the FIFA World Cup.
Delighted Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis demands a professional women’s league to help the national team.
Desiree Ellis says Banyana Banyana gave it their all at the the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Banyana Banyana defeated Italy 3-2 to set up the second round clash against the Netherlands in the tournament.
A dream come true: Benni McCarthy is celebrating Banyana Banyana and fellow Hanover Park resident and coach Desiree Ellis…
Everyone’s favourite rugby boss hypes up Desiree Ellis and Banyana Banyana after epic victory.
Having reached the knockout stages of the World Cup for the very first time, each of the 23 Banyana players is guaranteed a huge paycheck.
Thembi Kgatlana, who scored Banyana’s winner on Wednesday, said she chose to stay with the girls despite losing three family members recently.
Thembi Kgatlana, who scored the winner, said after the match that she lost three family members in the last weeks but stayed with the team.
Banyana Banyana need a win against Italy to qualify for the round of 16 in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Fans have called on Desiree Ellis to start with Ayanda Dlamini ahead of Banyana Banyana’s must-win match against Italy.
Banyana Banyana face-off against Italy in their final Group G match knowing that a win will secure them a passage to the round of 16.
This comes after claims suggesting that Safa president Danny Jordaan was the reason behind Banyana keeper Andile Dlamini not being selected.
Desiree Ellis opted to start with Kaylin Swart over Ayanda Dlamini in both matches against Sweden and Argentina.
The task is simple for Banyana; score two goals before half-time, close the shop, and the Italian job is completed.
Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis was visibly unhappy after their 2-2 draw against Argentina and rued their decision-making.
Banyana not only let down their supporters who woke up at 2 am to watch them, but they also disappointed their biggest ‘cheerleader’.
Mzansi football fans were fuming on Friday morning following Banyana Banyana’s failure to hold on to their 2-0 lead over Argentina.
Wasteful Banyana Banyana failed to kill-off the game which ultimately saw Argentina come back from two-goals down in the final 20 minutes.
Mzansi football fans are seriously disappointed and blame coach Desiree Ellis for the late 2-2 draw versus Argentina on Friday morning.
Banyana coach Desiree Ellis admitted that their second match of the tournament will be difficult but says her charges are up to the task.