S'Busiso Mseleku

PSL title race hotting up!

2013-12-02 11:12
Sport24 columnist S'Busiso Mseleku (File)
The Absa Premiership title race is reaching fever-pitch before the Christmas break. I know, some will say, it’s too early as there are still more than a half the games to go before the league culminates.

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But with some clubs having played just over 10 games, it is interesting that the usual suspects Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Moroka Swallows are already occupying the top part of the log.

Missing in the top four is Orlando Pirates but there is a good reason for that; they have only played five matches. This is due to their engagement in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Champions League.

S’Busiso Mseleku is regarded as one of Africa's leading sports journalists and an authority on football. He has received some of the biggest awards in a career spanning well over 20 years. He is currently City Press Sports Editor.

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