The PSL has, over the years, attracted a lot of fine footballers from across the continent. One of the reasons for that is the standard of our league, which is ranked among the top 10 leagues worldwide.
With the current ABSA Premiership campaign in its final stages, some players have stood head and shoulders above the rest. There has been plenty of individual brilliance from these footballers, and many of the supporters are singing the praises of these players as a result.
Cape Town City head coach Eric Tinkler has had a positive stint with the Mother City outfit so far this season. After the mentor's unsuccessful spell with Orlando Pirates, he has shown his capabilities in this campaign and is on the verge of clinching his first league title.
Kaizer Chiefs take a short trip to Pretoria today to take on SuperSport United in a league encounter. Amakhosi are sweating on captain Itumeleng Khune's fitness. "Itu", who was injured in Chiefs' Nedbank Cup loss to Matsatsantsa, is reportedly doubtful for the fixture.
The Orlando Pirates faithful's support has been tested this season as their beloved club have not been up to par and results have seen the club fighting to secure a spot in the top eight. At present, the Mayfair team has not collected any silverware for this campaign, and their last hope lies with the Nedbank Cup, which they have reached the semi-finals of.
South African football fans and supporters have, over the years, always shown their love for their respective teams and players. They attend games, buy their beloved teams' merchandise and give their beloved stars nicknames!
Orlando Pirates are facing trying times as they seek to secure a spot in the top eight this season. With this being a historic year for the Mayfair club, the on-field results have not been positive enough.