Bafana name change

2014-01-21 12:06
Bafana celebrate (Gallo Images)
With regards to this subject, changing the name will not change the politics and problems in our South African national football team, fact.

I went to watch the game in Cape Town Sunday with my staff, it was very interesting to here the opinions why Bafana are so terrible on the field.  
We saw every move that of what the Eagles made before scoring, Basic moves we could not even defend, however, put these guys ( Bafana) back on there regional teams, they destroy each other and in result we see a totally other outcome performance wise.

Conclusion, is it money issue, regional competitions paying out bigger prize money than that of national rewards. Why worry about losing when you get to go back to your regional team a hero, even for losing. Perhaps not having enough pride in gaining national team status, or perhaps time South africa puts there foot down and all international players to return for all National games! Eagles came to win, Bafana didn't, nothing to do with Name change. Our loss on Sunday has caused waves for another epic lose, and its most certainly not Gordon's fault.   

Keep the name, sack the name, only change that will happen will be the spelling.  Rather stop the politics, make the players work harder for their  money and work harder for their  place.
Durbanville football club will be able to give them a run for there money, selectors should come look out a bit this way, talent is missed looked I feel as well.

Kind regards,
Kenneth Adams


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