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WHY ALWAYS BALLOTELLI

The controversial and talented italian striker Mario Balotelli flew straight into the storm as he made his AC Milan debut on Sunday against Udinese and helped his new side beat their opponents by scoring twice on the day which turned out to be enough for his new side to win the game.

Suprising he was not in the starting lineup until one of his teammates (Pazzini) got injured during warm up and the coach didn’t hesitate to throw him in the deep end.

He repaid the coach’s faith by scoring twice in the game handed his team all the 3 points.

ZEBRASZebras

The national soccer team lost 1-2 to Zimbabwe in a friendly match played on Wednesday afternoon in the capital city Harare.

Stanley Tshosane’s charges opened the scores in the first half through Lemponye Tshireletso but Zimbabwe responded with to quick goals to take the lead going into recess.

No goals were scored in the second half. Although it is another loss, I believe a lot has been learnt from that match and has been a good preparation for the World Cup Qualifiers.

NthwaneADDITION  TO MAGOSI FAMILY

Let me take this opportunity and welcome the new players in the team.

The likes of Raphael Nthwane, Amos “Shoes” Godirwang, “Tsotsi” from Notwane FC and lastly the goalkeeper coach Khalid Niyonzima.

Guys like Khalid and Raphael are not new to the team; they have been here before so it is just a matter of continuing where they left off. Welcome to the black and white of Magosi.

FOR THE FETUREJosta-Dladla-and-Tlotlo

Let me say that the Mochudi Centre Chiefs technical team and management has promoted a future talent from our reserve side into the senior team in the name Tlotlo “Raheem Small” Leeto.

This is one talented youngster and is surely the future of the club.

He is already tormenting his seniors in training. My advise to you young man is that you need to train hard, be humble and let your immense talent do the talking on the field.

SundownsMAMELODI SUNDOWNS

I still do not know why mine magnate and billionaire Patrice Motsepe decided to buy Mamelodi Sundowns.

I think he was just tired of seeing Irvin Khoza and Kaizer Motaung hogging all the limelight through the success of their teams Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs respectively.

I believe he just felt he was supposed to be getting that lime light since he has more money than they do.

But football does not work like that, you also need passion, just look at where Sundowns are right now.

This team used to challenge for top honours every seasosn and things went bad since Motsepe arrived.


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