Despite football transfer fees having shot through the roof, S’Busiso Mseleku is still intrigued by the goings on in the transfer market.
S'Busiso Mseleku is optimistic that the home straight of the 2017/2018 Absa Premiership is going to produce an avalanche of goals.
SAFA reported a healthy profit at its AGM while the the broadcast deal with SuperSport was extended. But where are the goals on the field, asks S'Busiso Mseleku.
S’Busiso Mseleku has been fascinated by Stuart Baxter’s utterances and feels the coach has not been entirely honest with the country.
S'busiso Mseleku scrutinises the Soweto derby and concludes that it has become a dour, overrated affair that is fast becoming a scam.
Following Bafana Bafana’s embarrassing defeat by Cape Verde, S'Busiso Mseleku ponders a solution to the national team’s persistent “bunch of losers” tag.
S’Busiso Mseleku writes that as the Absa Premiership and other leagues around the world kick off in earnest, soccer fans are in for a jolly ride.
What is happening at Orlando Pirates is no longer a joke and The Iron Duke must take drastic measures, S’Busiso Mseleku feels.
The tug-of-war that usually ensues between PSL clubs and SAFA over international tournaments is unnecessary, S’busiso Mseleku says.
S'Busiso Mseleku appeals for the public to spare a thought for football players who had to go through a lean festive season because of their career demands.
S'busiso Mseleku wants to know why South African football is lacking big name superstars currently.
S'busiso Mseleku says something must be done urgently to stop players such as Thulani Serero showing their country the middle finger.
Bafana Bafana can still make it to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia depending on which team turns up against Senegal, writes S'busiso Mseleku.
The club v country saga that always rears its ugly head when there are international fixtures needs to be sorted out once and for all, writes S'Busiso Mseleku.
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S’busiso Mseleku says that while the firing of coaches sometimes looks like a circus, there should be a method in how this is done.
The “goal drought” in South African soccer is becoming all the more frustrating for fans, writes S'Busiso Mseleku.
S’Busiso Mseleku argues that the South African football fraternity has a tendency to use the word “messiah” too loosely.
Football is a game of emotion where a swallow can be read to mean summer and sometimes not, writes S’Busiso Mseleku
S'busiso Mseleku writes that the South African Football Association leadership deserves plaudits for a brave, but bitter decision.
S’Busiso Mseleku ponders that with Free State Stars having parted ways with Sammy Troughton who the next coach will be to get the proverbial axe.
The senior football national team - Bafana Bafana - should not be a place for tinkering, S’Busiso Mseleku reckons.
Wits' triumph in the Absa Premiership is no coincident but a result of proper planning, writes S’busiso Mseleku.
S’Busiso Mseleku writes that SA clubs should make merry in their participation in continental tournaments rather than moaning all the time.
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