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ON THE UPROAD: Bidwest Wits’  new captain Thulani Hlatshwayo, top left, has powered his way through the first half of the season. With him in this file picture from a Premiership match at Bidvest Stadium in December   are Bidwest Wits teammate Phumlani Ntshangase and Bernard Parker of Kaizer Chiefs Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Hunt sings Thulani’s praises

Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt feels Bafana Bafana defender Thulani “Tyson” Hlatshwayo is good enough to play anywhere in Europe.

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Pressure at top of table begins to tell on Chiefs

THE pressure of maintaining their large points advantage at the top of the Premier Soccer League was beginning to tell on Kaizer Chiefs, coach Stuart Baxter admitted as he tried to explain their failure to bury chances against Polokwane City in midweek.

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Shakes braces for tough clash

Bafana Bafana want to wrap up their 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualification with two matches to spare by beating Congo at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday, but coach Shakes Mashaba has warned they will face “wounded tigers”.

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Soweto giants cross swords

WHILE there has been no shortage of confident soundbites in the build-up to the MTN8 final showdown between traditional rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates tonight, both camps are a bundle of nerves.

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Fire in belly in derby dugouts

VLADIMIR Vermezovic and Stuart Baxter, two coaches whose return to South African football had a lukewarm reception, come face-to-face tomorrow night in a Soweto derby MTN8 final having somewhat silenced their detractors.

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Derby all in Senzo’s hands

ROWEN Fernandez knows exactly what it’s like to be nailed to a cross, ready for the stoning, in the Soweto derby and he has predicted that goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa will shine for Orlando Pirates in the MTN8 final on Saturday.

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Chiefs go through to Cup final

Amakhosi to face Pirates after beating Stars. Kaizer Chiefs extended to six in a row their run of winning results since the start of the season and booked, as expected, a place for themselves in the MTN8 final after beating Platinum Stars 3-0

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Shakes shows Bafana hand

EPHRAIM ‘‘Shakes” Mashaba has sent out an early indicator of his intentions with the national side after he left out a number of top names, picked a player who had knee surgery a month ago and included two youngsters who have not yet played a professional match.

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