Bafana Bafana will not be the only ones watching the World Cup from the couch.
Nothing left to play for, except for pride for Bafana Bafana
Africa’s five teams have been decided for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
It was always an uphill climb and the home side were not up for it.
Bafana Bafana remain in with a very, very slim chance.
The equation is pretty simple for Bafana; Win… and win again.
Speaking at a presser before their win-or-bust showdown with Senegal this weekend, Baxter had a strong message for the ‘non-believers’.
Two games left to play in the World Cup qualifiers. Two games Bafana Bafana have to win.
A stamp of approval from Mbaks as Bafana squeeze Burkina Faso’s balls.
A win here is non-negotiable for Bafana Bafana.
Bafana Bafana continues to struggle, in more ways than one. On the pitch, off the pitch and now even just getting fans to come and support.
Interesting to see how the players respond to the coach’s tough approach.
It’s now do-or-die for Bafana!
We’re really not sure what there is to celebrate after losing to Cape Verde… Twice… In a week.
Bafana Bafana will be glad to see the back of Cape Verde after back-to-back defeats.
Time to break out the calculators as Bafana Bafana’s chances of progressing to the World Cup are now purely mathematical.
After a shock loss against Cape Verde over the weekend, Bafana Bafana will look to bounce back in the return leg of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
Cape Verde vs Bafana Bafana will be a key clash for both sides as they continue their campaigns to try and qualify for the 2019 Soccer World Cup.
Former Safa CEO Leslie Sedibe as well as Steve Goddard and Adeel Carelse, both former heads of the South African Football Association’s refereeing department, have been banned by Fifa’s ethics committee in matters relating to match-fixing in the lead up to the 2010 World Cup.
Tokyo Sexwale has been questioned by a United States grand jury regarding an alleged illegal payment of $10 million from South Africa to ex-Fifa vice president Jack Warner.
Did they or didn’t they? There has been a lot of to and fro around the FBI’s request for South Africa’s assistance over their alleged involvement in the ongoing Fifa corruption scandal.
The terrible tragedy of the earthquake in Nepal has been swept off the front pages and news leads by the bribery scandal and arrests at FIFA. But they should be linked because it is the blood and suffering of many Nepalese workers that is a major cause of soccer now being seen as the ugly game.
“To tell you the truth… we were bribed to host the world cup… we are the victims here.”
South Africa confirmed on Wednesday it had given $10 million meant to help pay for the 2010 World Cup to a soccer official indicted last week in the United States, but said the payment was not a bribe as U.S. prosecutors allege.