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Mphahlele wants to help build spirit at Chiefs

Ramahlwe Mphahlele says he has no regrets about moving to Kaizer Chiefs from Mamelodi Sundowns.

Defining moments in Sundowns’ Champions League journey

Njabulo Ngidi looks at the moments that defined Mamelodi Sundowns’ march to the CAF Champions League final.

Cape Town City not to be taken lightly

Cape Town City continue an ambitious football journey, in their debut season, when they tackle promoted Highlands Park.

MTN8 final - who will score big?

Hosea Ramphekwa believes Sundowns will triumph in the MTN8 final while Mazola Molefe says Gavin Hunt's men will be fresher, which will give them the edge.

Johnson hoping to catch Pirates cold

Platinum Stars coach Cavin Johnson earned a credible draw against Kaizer Chiefs at FNB Stadium last week and he will be hoping for all three points when his side tackle Orlando Pirates.

Stars set to appoint familiar face

Giovanni Solinas is set to return to Free State Stars four months after the Italian quit as coach of the Bethlehem-based team.

England manager Allardyce caught out in sting

England manager Sam Allardyce has been secretly filmed giving advice on how to circumnavigate transfer rules and mocking his predecessor Roy Hodgson's voice.

Test of character for Maritzburg

In losses to SuperSport United, and Kaizer Chiefs at the weekend, Maritzburg United have failed to score.

Lambie is ‘all better’ and ready to go

Pat Lambie is the favourite to take over the No 10 jersey from Elton Jantjies for the Rugby Championship match against Australia at Loftus Versfeld.

WP to play the situation against Boland

Springbok centre Damian de Allende has been added to Western Province’s midfield resources after being released for Currie Cup duty.

Laffor stepping up for Sundowns

Pitso Mosimane has Anthony Laffor to thank for the milestones that Sundowns achieved in the last two weeks.

Hansie bookie finally arrested

Indian national Sanjeev Chawla, accused in the match-fixing scandal that brought down former South African cricket captain Hansie Cronje, has been arrested in London.

ExtraStrong Team of the Week

Cape Town City began the week by almost ruling Orlando, but ended the week claiming the bragging rights in the Cape derby.

Ryder Cup tribute planned for Palmer

Golfers are planning a special celebration in honour of the late Arnold Palmer at this week’s Ryder Cup competition.

Bok centre De Allende returns to WP

Damian de Allende will have to rediscover his touch with Western Province in the Currie Cup after being released from the Springbok squad.

10 out of 10 for Pep but the perfectionist demands more

The perfectionist in Pep Guardiola forbids him to get remotely carried away by Manchester City's 100 percent record this season.

Zidane dismisses talk of rift with Ronaldo

Zinedine Zidane denied there was a rift between him and Cristiano Ronaldo after the team's talisman appeared to react angrily to being substituted.

Wide-eyed Leicester face Champions League home bow

Four months on from their astonishing 5 000-1 Premier League triumph, the stardust returns to Leicester City's King Power Stadium.

Fifa under fire for disbanding anti-racism task force

Fifa is under fire for winding up its anti-racism task force with Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan describing the move as worrying and shameful.

Team Sky boss Brailsford defends Wiggins

Bradley Wiggins did not use a medical exemption to gain a performance boost before major races, Team Sky boss David Brailsford said.

NEWS24 SPORT | Coetzee baffles with Marx axing

Another week, another baffling selection by Springbok coach Allister Coetzee. | Le Roux at wing for Boks?

Willie le Roux is being tipped to start on the wing in this Saturday's Test against the Wallabies in Pretoria. | WRAP: Champions League

A comprehensive wrap of all the collated matches, scores and match reports in the midweek Champions League matches. | WRAP: PSL

A comprehensive wrap of all the collated matches, scores and match reports in the midweek Absa Premiership matches. | Preview: Orlando Pirates v Stars

Orlando Pirates will be looking to extend their unbeaten record in the league when they host Platinum Stars at the Orlando Stadium. | Do-or-die situation 'fun' for Shark Deysel

Sharks loose forward Jean Deysel says they are relishing the pressure of their do-or-die clash against the Golden Lions. | Smith keen for AB’s return

Australian captain Steve Smith is eager to see star batsman AB de Villiers back in the Proteas squad for the ODI and Test series. | Tennis SA appoints new CEO

Tennis SA has announced the appointment of Richard Glover as chief executive officer of the organisation from October 1. | Els: Golf will forever miss Arnold Palmer

South Africa’s Ernie Els has joined fellow golfers in lauding the legendary Arnold Palmer, who passed away at the age of 87. | Kerber downs Mladenovic in Wuhan Open

Playing her first match as No 1, Angelique Kerber dropped the first set before recovering to beat Kristina Mladenovic in the Wuhan Open. | Pujara's form augurs well for India

Cheteshwar Pujara's transformation from an obdurate accumulator of runs to a free-scoring batsman must be the most pleasing for India. | Frans Steyn sends Coetzee a timely reminder

While Allister Coetzee insists he's happy with his current stock of centres, Frans Steyn has sent the Springbok mentor a timely reminder of his midfield skills. | Farouk Khan open to Chiefs job

Former Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Farouk Khan admits that he would be interested in making a return to club to help rebuild their academy. | Dobson: De Allende is world class

WP coach John Dobson has welcomed the return of Springbok centre Damian de Allende ahead of their clash against Boland. | Foster wary of Argentina at home

New Zealand must be aware of the threat Argentina poses when the two teams meet in Buenos Aires on Saturday, says Ian Foster. | Kerber: Every player wants to beat me now

Angelique Kerber says everyone wants to beat her now that she is the number one female tennis player in the world. | Spieth: US Ryder squad wants to honour Palmer

Two-time major winner Jordan Spieth says the US Ryder Cup team is looking to pay tribute to Arnold Palmer this week after his death. | Moore braced for bruising battle against Boks

Australia captain Stephen Moore is expecting a hostile atmosphere at Loftus Versfeld for their Rugby Championship clash with South Africa. | Coetzee happy with Bok centre stocks

Springbok coach Allister Coetzee has said he is satisfied with his centre stocks, despite criticism from members of the press. | Penalty! Read now ...

The internet is a tangled 'web' and stories can pass you by in seconds. Here are 10 soccer articles you may have missed on Monday, September 26.


Sam Allardyce: England manager allegations investigated by FA

The FA is investigating claims England boss Sam Allardyce used his role to negotiate a £400,000 deal and offer advice on how to bypass transfer rules.

Team Sky boss defends Wiggins' use of drug - full story and video interview

Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford defends Sir Bradley Wiggins' use of a banned steroid, insisting it was not taken to enhance performances.

Watson named as fifth US Ryder Cup vice-captain

The United States name Bubba Watson as Ryder Cup vice-captain, plus both teams will pay their respects to golf great Arnold Palmer on Friday.

Champions League: Tottenham & Leicester preview

Dan Walker is joined by Dion Dublin and Mark Lawrenson to look ahead to Tuesday's Champions League games for Tottenham and Leicester.

Troy Deeney: Watford players 'bullied' in Burnley defeat

Watford's players were "bullied to a man all over the pitch" during their 2-0 defeat at Burnley, says captain Troy Deeney.

Footballer jailed for elbowing police officer

Ivory Coast footballer Serge Aurier, who plays for Paris St-Germain, is sentenced to two months in jail for assaulting a police officer.

'We will sort this out' - West Ham chiefs write to fans

West Ham's joint-chairmen David Gold and David Sullivan say they are doing "everything they can to fix the situation" at the club.

Remembering Arnold Palmer - the man who changed golf

We look back at the life and legacy of Arnold Palmer, the world's first $1m golfer, who died at the age of 87.

McGregor to face Alvarez in New York at UFC 205

Conor McGregor will face lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez as he aims to become the first UFC fighter to hold two belts at the same time.

Super League Try of the Week: Warrington's Tom Lineham

Tom Lineham scores the best try of the week, crossing against his old side Hull to help Warrington win the League Leaders' Shield.

Confident Hamilton 'can return to form' on title run-in

Lewis Hamilton says he is confident of regaining his form and moving back ahead of Nico Rosberg in the F1 title race.

NBA's James and Curry will stand for US anthem

NBA stars LeBron James and Stephen Curry will not emulate the US national anthem protest by American footballer Colin Kaepernick.

Fifa defends 'perplexing' scrapping of anti-racism taskforce

Fifa defends its decision to scrap an anti-racism taskforce with critics branding the move "shameful" and "perplexing".

Winter break: FA Cup fourth and fifth rounds could move to midweek

Plans for a winter break could lead to FA Cup replays being scrapped and midweek ties, says Football League boss Shaun Harvey.

Tributes pour in for golf legend Palmer

Some of the biggest names in golf have paid tribute to the veteran superstar Arnold Palmer, who has died aged 87.

Haskell column: 'An aggressive game - but with clear limits'

There's nothing wrong with honest confrontation in rugby - it is the sly, cowardly and dangerous stuff that angers players, says James Haskell.

Snooker trophy named after legend Davis

The winner of snooker's new English Open event in Manchester will receive the Steve Davis Trophy, in tribute to the six-time world champion.

McIlroy hopes win gives Europe Ryder Cup momentum

Rory McIlroy says his thrilling FedEx Cup triumph could give momentum to Europe's hopes of retaining the Ryder Cup.

Heather Watson: British number two out of Wuhan Open with illness

Heather Watson pulls out of the Wuhan Open with illness, days after saying she had fully recovered from problems at the US Open.

Gymnastics World Cup moves to London from Glasgow

The Gymnastics World Cup will move from Glasgow to London in 2017, with promoter Barry Hearn promising a "lavish and magnificent" event.

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Sir Dave Brailsford defends Sir Bradley Wiggins' use of drug

Sir Dave Brailsford tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan that Sir Bradley Wiggins' use of a banned steroid before races was for "medical need".

Burnley 2-0 Watford: We could not handle Burnley - Troy Deeney

Watford captain Troy Deeney says his side's performance during their 2-0 defeat by Burnley at Turf Moor was not good enough.

Burnley 2-0 Watford: Sean Dyche delighted with Burnley performance

Burnley boss Sean Dyche is pleased with his side's performance as they beat a lacklustre Watford 2-0 at Turf Moor.

MOTD3: Southampton 'settled' but West Ham 'undisciplined'

Pundits Kevin Kilbane and Robbie Savage discuss with Mark Chapman on Match of the Day 3 how West Ham are "carrying" players defensively as they analyse the Hammers' struggles.

WSL: Manchester City beat Chelsea to title

Watch highlights as Manchester City beat Chelsea 2-0 at the Academy Stadium to win their first Women's Super League title.

Watch Arnold Palmer beat Jack Nicklaus to the 1964 Masters title at Augusta

Relive the moment Arnold Palmer beats Jack Nicklaus by six shots to win his fourth and final Masters title at Augusta in 1964.

Callaway, Cadillac and charisma - Palmer the commercial champion

How golfer Arnold Palmer defined the relationship between sport and brands, becoming the first sportsman to use his fame to build a business empire.

Who is in Garth's team of the week - and who would you pick?

Which man is giving Spurs fans nightmares? Who is Garth's favourite current Premier League player? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week.

MOTD2 analysis: Why full-backs were key for super Saints

Southampton's attacking display in their 3-0 victory at West Ham deserves credit, says MOTD2 pundit Kevin Kilbane.

Lawro's predictions v darts world No.1 Van Gerwen

BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on darts star Michael van Gerwen in this weekend's Premier League fixtures.

Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes action from the Premier League, NFL and Ryder Cup.

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