Supporters Club gives you the platform to put your questions forward to one of the PSL legends. The legend then answers your questions here in Supporters Club. Today, it's the turn of Mamelodi Sndowns’ legend, the Cameroon-born Roger “General” Feutmba.
Kaizer Chiefs welcome reigning PSL and African champions, Mamelodi Sundowns in a league encounter on Saturday evening. Both teams are in good form at the moment and the history between them shows us that whenever they lock horns, the grass suffers.
Arsene Wenger has been at the helm at Arsenal FC for over 20 years and with the manager’s contract expiring at the end of June this year, it would be interesting to see if the Frenchman will remain with the Gunners. Amid the criticism and no mention from the club of an extension to the 67-year-old’s current deal, there have been a few rumours of who would be lining-up to take charge.
Bafana Bafana host Angola at Buffalo City Stadium on Tuesday, March 28 in an international friendly. Interim head coach Owen da Gama’s charges go into the encounter with a confidence boost after their 3-1 victory on Saturday against Guinea-Bissau. The team has been praised for their incredible squad and the expectations are high going into this match.
SuperSport United’s head coach Stuart Baxter has been linked with a possible move to the national team after it was reported that SAFA are keen on bringing the Englishman back to Bafana Bafana. Baxter has had a successful second stint in South Africa after his failure to qualify for the 2006 FIFA World Cup approximately 12 years ago.
This season, Kaizer Chiefs, under the mentorship of Steve Komphela, have failed to live up to the success the team enjoyed under the tutelage of former head coach Stuart Baxter. At present, Amakhosi are in fourth spot on the ABSA Premiership log, three points adrift of leaders, Cape Town City.
Former Bloemfontein Celtic owner Dr Petrus Molemela sadly passed away at the age of 83 on the weekend. He served as an Honorary Life President of the club and was an instrumental figure when he bought the team back in 1975. The supporters in the South African football fraternity have sent through their messages of condolences.
Argentina hosted Chile in a South American 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier on Friday. Lionel Messi's side secured a 1-0 win, which saw an angered Chilean player display his frustration at the loss as he took it out on the supporters!