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Man city show class in transfers
Finally, the transfer window in Europe has shut and for the next four months we shall be focusing more on football. Read full blog
Consistency is Proteas' biggest concern
My focus this past week has been on trying to get my knee right, after I was ruled out of the one-day series. Read full blog
A wildcard worth playing
Yesterday marked the commencement of the final Major tennis event of the year, the US Open. I’m thrilled to be competing in New York this year, armed with a career-high ranking of 14th. Read full blog
The talented Mr Daly
For a brief synopsis of the life of John Daly, you need not extend the search much beyond this past weekend. Read full blog
Most of the Bok bases are covered
What Heyneke Meyer says in press conferences suggests an element of panic in his thinking. Read full blog
Nigeria's wasted years....
I have watched and thoroughly enjoying the events of the IAAF World Athletics Championship in Beijing, China. Read full blog
Rakhale – kasi star on the rise
Thabo Rakhale has come on in leaps and bounds as a player since he debuted for Sivutsa Stars during the 2012/13 season. Read full blog
A sigh of relief, but more work to be done
Relief can best describe the feeling in the Protea camp after winning the deciding match of the three match one day series against New Zealand in Durban. Read full blog
Three captains - working well?
Leadership is an oft debated subject and is itself not simple to articulate. When a good leader is at work, pretty much everybody is aware of his or her qualities. Read full blog
And the Springbok squad is…
Friday’s announcement of the Springbok World Cup squad can’t come soon enough for Heyneke Meyer. Read full blog
Armchair refs make me sick
There’s a great expression by Clint Eastwood in one of his “Dirty Harry” movies that epitomises what this blog is all about. Read full blog
Soft dismissals destroy any team
What has happened to good old fashioned batting grunt? Read full blog
There is no room for sentiment
Heyneke Meyer is going into three of the most critical days of his career as Springbok coach. Read full blog
It's almost showtime
The wheels are starting to turn quickly, the World Cup is coming up fast, and I’m getting into my usual state of organised chaos ahead of an overseas trip. Read full blog
Bulls unleashed, the future looks bright
It was a day or so before the end of Frans Ludeke’s reign as coach of the Vodacom Bulls that I found myself in the Loftus parking lot having a chat with Nollis Marais. Read full blog
Sticking it to (Grand) Father Time
Was this going to be the Sunday that transported us back to a golden age? A time when you only associated a fist pump with one golfer? Read full blog
The keeping conundrum
It has been an unusually early start to the cricket season, with matches played in mid-to-late August. Read full blog
I ran myself out
It’s obviously disappointing to have missed out on both the T20 and ODI series against New Zealand. Read full blog
Worries for Enrique, Mourinho and Oliseh
Three international coaches have been on my mind this week. The first is Luis Enrique. Read full blog
Saluting Sangakkara
I could be raving on about his exquisite cover drive that aesthetically ranks up there with the very best. Read full blog

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Man city show class in transfers
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The talented Mr Daly
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A wildcard worth playing
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Wayde to go
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A sigh of relief, but more work to be done
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