Morocco's contingent of Dutch-born footballers are all good friends off the field but that, says Ajax Amsterdam's Hakim Ziyech, is all put aside this Sunday when his club take on champions Feyenoord Rotterdam, captained by Karim El Ahmadi. "It is always nice to meet your friends on the pitch, especially my teammates from the national team," Ziyech told BBC Sport on Friday. "We have a good relationship off the field. We are good friends and we go for dinner and stuff like that.
Maritzburg United coach Fadlu Davids has warned his players not to let Friday’s 2-1 away win over Ajax Cape Town make them too cocky. It was Maritzburg's first game of the year and Davids is guarding against complacency. “There is a thin line between confidence and complacency‚” warned Davids after the victory moved Maritzburg into a top eight place.
Bloemfontein Celtic returned to winning ways with a narrow 2-1 triumph at home over Lamontville Golden Arrows on Sunday in a game played in extreme heat that came close to jeopardising the player’s health at the Petrus Molemela Stadium. Although there a water break in each half‚ a temperature in the low 30s and a bone-hard pitch had a marked influence on the visiting side who initially looked lethargic as the battled in the dry conditions and allowed Celtic a two-goal lead at the break.
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