Benni McCarthy accused Mozambican club Costa do Sol of playing "gangster football" but there was an element of the outlaw about the Cape Town City coach as well after his side embarrassingly crashed out of the CAF Confederation Cup on Sunday. McCarthy dished out a slap to a member of the opposing bench and tried to take out his opposite number in the tunnel at half-time in a tempestuous match that was marked by fighting both on and off the field.
Angola have recalled defender Bastos and veteran attacker Djalma Campos to their squad for the Four Nations tournament in Ndola‚ Zambia where they play South Africa in their semifinal match on Thursday. The pair did not play in Angola’s last competitive game against Burkina Faso last June at the start of the 2019 African Nations Cup qualifiers. The 26-year-old Bastos is on the books of Lazio in Italy and is Angola’s highest profile export as he plays regularly in Serie A after moving from Russia.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Following is a factbox on the third test match between South Africa and Australia, which starts on Thursday:One of cricket's most picturesque venues, nestled in the shadow of Table Mountain, although the malty smells omitted by the next door brewery spoil the experience at times. Cape Town is the grips of a drought which has seen club cricket in the city cancelled but Newlands have used their own groundwater to prepare the venue for the test.
@ZolaDoda@SAFA_net Good point except World Cup bound countries long ago fixed up their March warm up fixtures ... while SAFA were sleeping. Our administrators don’t have vision while they talk about wanting to be a world class organisation.
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