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Why always about colour?

2013-01-24 13:56
Fikile Mbalula (Gallo Images)
Why does every single sport in this country have to be about black and white. I really don’t get it. Politics and sport should not be mixed with one another. It should be the best player for that particular sport that should play and not because you are black or white. There is sport development going on in this country for all sports at all levels and if the people in those development clinics are not good enough to cut it then they just don’t go further. Golf has a strict worldwide standard you have to achieve before you can start taking part in Championships and PGA tours and by the sounds of this pathetic idiot that now needs to be lowered just so that more South African Black players can get into the sport because we don’t have enough. I find that totally and completely pathetic. The guys that are there got there on their own and through hard work. If you don’t cut it you don’t cut it. Get over it...

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