Reviewing the 2014 SA Sport Year

EINDHOVEN, THE NETHERLANDS - Wednesday 07 August 2013, Chad le Clos from South Africa swims to a new world record in the 200m butterfly during the FINA World Cup held in Pieter van den Hoogenband swimming stadium in Eindhoven.Photo by Sander Chamid/SCS/ImageSA

2014 is racing to its conclusion quicker than expected and has left us with some incredible memories along the way. In our end of year review, we look at the best of the year from a South African sport perspective Continue reading

How the EPL is taking shape… After 16 Rounds

EPL Run in 5

Written by Marcel Sigg Chelsea: Chelsea’s grip on the EPL title race is loosening slightly with some results going against them, especially the defeat to Pardew’s Newcastle when Cisse scored two to condemn the Blues to their first defeat of Continue reading

Thierry Henry – Farewell to the King

Thierry Henry (1)

Thierry Henry has announced his retirement from football after a career that spanned 2 decades. The Frenchman started his career at Monaco before moving along and ultimately gaining world-class status at Arsenal. His career saw Thierry Henry feature in 917 Continue reading

North London Derby: Arsene vs. etc

Totteringham 6

Such is the tenure of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal that in the North London Derby on Saturday, the Professor will face off against Mauricio Pochettino, the 17th different Tottenham manager (including caretakers) during the Frenchman’s reign of which he has Continue reading

5 Great High Scoring Premier League Games

West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United - Premier League

The 2014/15 English Premier League season is still just a puppy, but we have already witnessed an 8 goal thriller (Leicster City 5-3 Manchester United) and a 9 goal thriller (Everton 3 – 6 Chelsea). In fact there have been Continue reading

PUMA unveil the new Arsenal Kit

PUMA Arsenal

PUMA produced something quite spectacular last night as they unveiled the new Arsenal Trilogy of Kits. PUMA have not really been mainstream in English football (apologies to Newcastle) and their marketing has been more of a guerrilla marketing approach. But Continue reading

FIFA World Cup Final 4 and the Manufacturer Wars

FIFA World Cup (1)

There are four teams left in the FIFA World Cup and much has already been made of these four teams and who the favourites are. But we thought we would look into the manufacturer wars and see who is leading Continue reading