Caf Champions League & Absa Premiership

The CAF Champions League is an annual international club football competition run by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). Premier Soccer League (PSL) is the trading name of the National Soccer League (NSL) of South Africa. The top league is the ABSA Premiership, sponsored by ABSA. 5.0/5

Caf Champions League Absa Premiership Orlando Pirates Kaizer Chiefs Moroka Swallows Bloemfontein Celtic South African Mamelodi Sundowns Khama Billiat Orlando Stadium Lucas Moripe Stadium Nedbank Cup Duncan Lechesa South Africa Champions League Pitso Mosimane Al Ahly

Five games in April. 4 Absa Premiership games and a CAF Champions League second leg encounter:
The Brazilians' first Absa Premiership encounter of the year will be against Moroka Swallows at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Tuesday, the 10th of February Mamelodi Sundowns' preparations for the 2015 Caf Champions League campaign are well on track, as they continue to play friendly games with clubs from outside South Africa. The Brazilians will visit St Michel in the preliminary round of this year's continental competition next month, with Pitso Mosimane aiming higher than Orlando Pirates who reached the final in 2013. Mosimane's side wrapped up their Mpumalanga mid-season camp with a 3-1 win over the two-time Swazi Premier League champions Manzini Sundowns in Kanyamazane on Saturday afternoon. The former Bafana Bafana mentor fielded two completely different starting line-ups in each half of the entertaining international club friendly played at the Ingwenyama Sports Complex. Zimbabwe international winger Khama Billiat gave the South African champions the lead, and the encounter went into the break with th ...
VLADIMIR Vermezovic, the Orlando Pirates coach hoping to rescue the season with a potential Nedbank Cup title on Saturday after a below-par campaign, has perused tapes of the club’s past three cup final setbacks and still has little insight as to what went wrong. The Buccaneers face Bidvest Wits for a R7m bonanza at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. "All these games were different. The best we can do for ourselves is forget about all the finals we have played this season and focus all our attention on this weekend," said Vermezovic, when asked for his thoughts on the Buccaneers’ defeat against Al Ahly in the Caf Champions League, and back-to-back losses to Platinum Stars in the MTN8 and Telkom Knockout. "It’s not always about those game. That isn’t everything. I understand these guys a little bit more now than before. I have already given out a plan to the management about our preseason and our next actions in the coming months. I will also give them a report and sit down with the chairman (Irv ...
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m 100% behind Amakhosi in their Caf Champions League Campaign, 100% behind the Yellow Nation in their ABSA Premiership Campaign and 100% behind the Mighty Buccaneers in their Nedbank Cup Chase! Then we all Happy and able to All play in Caf Champions League and Caf Consideration Cup respectively
Baxter’s injury crisis Published: Tuesday, 2014/02/18 Stuart Baxter has a fitness headache with his strikers! Kaizer Chiefs need to make final calls on the injured first-choice duo of Bernard Parker and Kingston Nkhatha ahead of their Absa Premiership clash against Bloemfontein Celtic at FNB Stadium tomorrow night (7.30pm). Nkhatha scored but hurt his knee in the 1-1 draw against Black Africa in their Caf Champions League match in Windhoek on Saturday. Parker did not make the trip in order to nurse his ankle injury. Chiefs won the tie 4-1 on aggregate. Baxter is also not certain if recent signing Katlego Mphela is ready to start just yet because he's not match fit, preferring to slowly introduce him from the bench. The team is also assessing defender Morgan Gould (ankle) while left back is still a problem with Tsepo Masilela still not fit to play. Regular right back Siboniso Gaxa played at left back in Chiefs’ 2-2 league draw against Maritzburg United last week. Baxter said: “I’ll see how the situ ...
DE SA: JALI’S GOING NOWHERE Published: Thursday, 2014/01/16 Orlando Pirates head coach Roger De Sa has stuck to his guns over star midfielder Andile Jali. Jali, along with Oupa Manyisa was the backbone of Bucs engineroom in reaching three cup finals in 2013. There has been speculation that Jali would be tempted to jump ship and join big spending Mamelodi Sundowns in the January transfer window. But stated De Sa: “Jali is in. He’s never been out. As far as I know he is staying. But his contract is handled by our management and they are dealing with it.” Meanwhile it’s all system go for the Buccaneers first Absa Premiership fixture of 2014 when they host SuperSport United at Orlando Stadium on Saturday (3.30pm). Said De Sa: “We’ve had a much needed break after four months of really hard work playing in the Caf Champions League and getting to two domestic cup finals. The rest (over Christmas and New Year) has done us good.” Bucs warmed up on Tuesday with a mini tournament at Bloch Park, Mayfa ...
JOHANNESBURG. — Kaizer Chiefs have moved swiftly to tie down one of their key players ahead of the Caf Champions League campaign and the Absa Premiership title race.
Kaizer Chiefs must learn from Orlando Pirates’ experiences in the Caf Champions League and go on to win the 2014 final. Those were encouraging words from Orlando Pirates coach Roger De Sa to his arch-rivals after they finished runners up to record eight time Champions League winners Al Ahly in Cairo on Sunday. Speaking after Bucs received a heroes welcome at OR Tambo Airport yesterday, when the squad jetted in from Cairo where they lost 2-0 on Sunday in the second leg of the final against Al Ahly to go down 3-1 on aggregate, he believed Amakhosi could go one better and conquer Africa. The Pirates squad was mobbed by hundreds of fans who partied for four hours waiting for their stars to arrive. Chiefs, reigning Absa Premiership champions, will compete in the 2014 edition of the Champions League. Amakhosi head coach Stuart Baxter will be under pressure to go one better and win the trophy. Said De Sa: “Chiefs should benefit from our experiences and be better prepared next year. We managed to make a massi ...
Pirates *** first PSL win IT WAS a little unconvincing and somewhat laboured, but Orlando Pirates will be grateful for a belated first win of the 2013-14 Absa Premiership season, a 1-0 against early-season whipping boys Polokwane City here last night. Centre-back Rooi Mahamutsa popped up outside City's area for a 62nd-minute winning strike. This was a trickier encounter than it appeared for Pirates. They came into it on the back of a 1-0 defeat by AC Leopards in the Caf Champions League clash on Saturday. City's fifth loss from five continued a disastrous start in a league that promises to be super-competitive this season. With coach Duncan Lechesa either walking or being pushed on Monday, Brazilian physical trainer Eduardo Schoeler was on the bench as caretaker. The Buccaneers were efficient enough though struggled for fluency. lMoroka Swallows flew away with maximum points after ending SuperSport United's unbeaten run in the league this season, winning the encounter 2-1 at Lucas Moripe Stadium writes .. ...
Orlando Pirates bid for Billiat t ZIMBABWE WARRIORS star Khama Billiat has emerged as a surprise target for South African giants Orlando Pirates, who have officially made their offer for the Ajax Cape Town midfielder. — Soccer Laduma/Kick Off Pirates join Mamelodi Sundowns in their quest for the Zimbabwe star as they seek to build formidable sides for the 2013/2014 Absa Premiership campaign. Pirates are also taking part in the group stages of the Caf Champions League and are allowed to register new players, hence their intentions in making sure that Billiat joins fellow Zimbabwean Takesure Chinyama at the Soweto giants. Soccer Laduma reported yesterday that Billiat has got one year left to run on his contract with Ajax and the club has to make a decision on whether they will keep a hold on him or cash in on his sale. However, with Mabhuti Khenyeza’s 12-month ban from all football activities under the auspices of the PSL, the Cape side may be reluctant to sell Billiat. Another Zimbabwean, Chippa United ...
Lekgwathi: More Than Three Points Orlando Pirates have hit a poor spell of form on the domestic football front of late, however captain Lucky Lekgwathi is confident that they will come to the party on Saturday in the Soweto Derby at the FNB Stadium. Despite thumping Djabal FC 9-0 on aggregate in their Caf Champions League preliminary round tie, Bucs have lost two of their last three domestic fixtures. Having been eliminated by Maluti FET College in the Nedbank Cup, Pirates subsequently lost 3-2 to Moroka Swallows in the Absa Premiership, before playing to a 1-1 draw with Bloemfontein Celtic. On Saturday, the defending champions will play in one of the most anticipated games of the season as they take on log leaders Kaizer Chiefs. The Soweto Derby is not only about the three points and with pride and bragging rights on offer, Lekgwathi has stated that they do not intend on going down. The captain exclaimed, “There is more than just three points at stake in this game. There are bragging rights for Soweto ...
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