So there you have it. Kaizer Chiefs are well and truly in this Absa Premiership title race, and there can be no doubt about it after they humbled Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Versfeld on Sunday.
I always say the league table doesn’t lie, and Kaizer Chiefs have been the most consistent team so far this season.
When two men exchange words and continuously disagree it usually ends up with a good old fistfight.
A Facebook friend posted on the social network on Saturday afternoon that he would rather watch Orlando Pirates lose than watch his favourite Kaizer Chiefs win these days.
In the Cape Town City v Kaizer Chiefs Telkom Knockout game, this time City were not dominant from the start.
Pictures of Mamelodi Sundowns man Themba Zwane and a young boy having a moment on the side of the football pitch warmed people’s hearts and reminded us what it is all about, it’s about touching lives of the ordinary people.
A win against opposition of Mali’s calibre for Bafana Bafana in the Nelson Mandela Challenge on Sunday can only give them a lot of confidence.
It is a real pity that Ernst Middendorp makes it so hard for everyone to like him.
Kaizer Chiefs supporters had mixed emotions this past weekend.
In my not-so-many years of being glued into the beautiful game, it has been a while since I last saw a South African born striker like Tshegofatso Mabasa.