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Manchester United Cruise the Coast

Posted by Kyle A. Zeeman on Saturday, July 21, 2012 In : Football 


English football giants, Manchester United closed their two match tour of South Africa with a 1-1 draw with Ajax Cape Town at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday.

Manchester United, recently voted by Forbes as the most valuable sports brand in the world, played matches in Durban and Cape Town as part of their 6 match, 4 countries, world tour which will see them play in China, Sweden and Germany in the coming weeks.

When asked about his impressions of his team’s tour of South Africa, Manche...

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Winning at Wimbledon

Posted by Kyle A. Zeeman on Monday, July 9, 2012 In : Tennis 

The final weekend of Wimbledon saw some of the best and most dramatic moments in recent history as both the men’s and woman’s finals were played out on Centre Court.


Roger Federer won his record tying seventh Wimbledon title, and with it reclaimed his World number one ranking, with a 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 win over Britain’s Andy Murray on Sunday. Murray who was playing in front of a home crowd was seeking to become the first Briton since 1936 to win at the All England Club but had no a...

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Durban July

Posted by Kyle A. Zeeman on Saturday, July 7, 2012 In : Racing 

In one of the closest finishes in recent history, Pomodoro edged out 100-1 outsider Smanjemanje to win the Vodacom Durban July at Greyville Racecourse on Saturday.

3 year old Pomodoro, itself a relative outsider at 28-1, placed itself well at the start of the race with Vettel, Beach Beauty and favourite Jackson all leading the pack. Once the race entered the home stretch Pomodoro pushed up past the leaders, while Smanjemanje gave a strong run on the outside. The two matched each other stri...

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Euro 2012: The Reign of Spain

Posted by Kyle A. Zeeman on Monday, July 2, 2012 In : Football 


Spain became the first football team in history to win three consecutive major international tournaments, when they beat Italy 4-0 in the Euro 2012 final on Sunday night.

“We’re talking about a great generation of footballers … this is a great era for Spanish football” said Spain coach, Vicente del Bosque, after a victory which saw them add to their Euro 2008 and World Cup 2010 triumphs.

Stung by criticism throughout their Euro 2012 campaign that their football was boring and neg...

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Watching your Words at Wimbledon

Posted by Kyle A. Zeeman on Thursday, June 28, 2012 In : Tennis 

Wimbledon is unique like no other tennis tournament in the world. It brings with it not only a tennis tournament but a culture dating back decades, a culture where spectators and participants are expected to follow formal rules and practices of behaviour.

In our final look at Wimbledon we look at the manners and ways to speak while others play the cultured game of tennis. 

How to speak and act:

Official etiquette of Wimbledon, dictates that players be addressed by a prefix title of Mr or Mrs an...

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Surviving Wimbledon: What to Wear

Posted by Kyle A. Zeeman on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 In : Tennis 

To celebrate the second day of Wimbledon, we give you part two of our guide to knowing Wimbledon. Today we look at what clothes to wear because you shouldn’t leave home without it


What to wear:

 Wimbledon is by far the most formal of tennis tournaments. Participants are expected to abide by a strict dress code of white, or almost all white, uniform. Although a little colour accent, particularly green, is allowed. Farmer Shorts, two tone T-shirts and crocs are not encouraged.


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Anyone for tennis? The Wimbledon guide to knowing your tournament.

Posted by Kyle A. Zeeman on Monday, June 25, 2012 In : Tennis 
The world’s oldest tennis tournament kicks off today at the All England Club in London. In the 2 weeks to follow the tennis world will wait with baited breath to see who will be the newest name on the silver trophies of Wimbledon. Throughout its 135 year history, Wimbledon has given tennis some of its finest hours of surprise, intrigue and upset and this year promises to serve up more of the same. Here’s our guide on what to know, how to dress and how to speak.


Today, in part 1, we explor...

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EURO 2012 what you need to know

Posted by Yanga Sibembe on Friday, June 8, 2012 In : Football 

 The UEFA European Football Championships (Euro) 2012 kick off in Poland and Ukraine this weekend. An occasion football fans, worldwide, have been waiting for since the end of the club seasons.
The month long tournament will be screened to a global audience of over 6.6 billion viewers; in more than 231 Countries but if you don't know your off-side rule from your shin pads you might have a problem keeping up. 

So to help you keep your conversation alive and well informed, here is our guide to t...
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Montpellier beat the billionaires

Posted by Kyle A. Zeeman on Friday, May 25, 2012 In : Football 

On the outside, Montpellier triumph in winning France's ligue 1 may fade into irrelevance in a world of European football and the big money leagues of England and Spain, but to the football world the little side from southern france's  victory over Auxerre ,to win the french title from the challenge of PSG, represents a resistance to the way football is going, a spit in the face of the billionaires ruling football.

Billionaire owner's involvement in football may not be a new thing in fo...
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Posted by Nokuthula Seditsha on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 In : Football 

Update: Following his refusal to join the national team for World Cup Qualifiers, Moeneeb Josephs has stated that he has retired from the national team to allow him to spend more time with his family.


While other Bafana Bafana players are at camp for the World Cup Qualifier's, Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, Moeneeb Josephs was seen on Tuesday with his Pirates teammates parading the streets of Johannesburg in celebration of their recent league championship.

According to reports,  Josephs has...

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