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How do you pay tribute to Thierry Henry?
If you’re a fan of the classic musical “The Sound of Music” then you will be familiar with the song: “How do you solve a problem like Maria?” Read full blog
Some refs invite criticism
Why is it that some referees appear to invite criticism? Why is it that some referees put a spotlight on themselves? Read full blog
The greatest equalizer in sport
What a brutal, brutal game golf can be. There’ve been some wretched capitulations over the years. Rory McIlroy's final-round 80 after leading the 2011 Masters was fairly difficult to watch (although admittedly made a whole lot easier by Charl Schwartzel's win!). Read full blog
Fans, fun and Sevens success
The week leading up to the Nelson Mandela Bay Sevens was a special one. The fans were passionate, energetic and loud. Read full blog
Not-so-proud West Indies record in SA
Among the seven major test nations, the West Indies' record in South Africa is without parallel. No other nation comes close to matching the men from the Caribbean for lack of success Read full blog
The greatest equaliser in sport
What a brutal, brutal game golf can be. There’ve been some wretched capitulations over the years. Rory McIlroy's final-round 80 after leading the 2011 Masters was fairly difficult to watch (although admittedly made a whole lot easier by Charl Schwartzel's win!). Read full blog
When they were kings
I was fortunate to grow up during the most intoxicating era of test cricket. Ray Illingworth's England team initially hooked me but the West Indies toured a few years later and simply blew me away. Read full blog
Football's new undisputed best club?
When Barcelona appointed Pep Guardiola as head coach in 2008, their primary objective was to stop the growing domination of Real Madrid, who were not only financially more dominant but had won the La Liga back to back in Spain. Read full blog
Eager to take on the West Indies
I’ve been enjoying my time at home in Cape Town, but the focus has been on getting my hip right. Fortunately I’ve had the time to rehab and strengthen it, and I hope I’m on my way to sorting it out. Read full blog
It's BPL Live from Mumbai
This weekend I’ll be hosting yet another Barclays Premier League clash between Manchester United and Liverpool but this time things will be a bit different. Read full blog
Spinner or no spinner for SuperSport Park
Normally when a test match is looming at SuperSport Park the debate starts whether the selectors should play a spinner at this venue or not. This time it's no different, with South Africa taking on the West Indies come next week Wednesday. Read full blog
Arsene Wenger is a great man
"I was extremely tired, I backed myself into the box and just made a silly tackle. I saw the ref point to the spot, I buried my head into the turf, at that time I felt that the world and life was not worth living." Read full blog
Communication between refs is vital
It is surely one of the most controversial moments in World Cup history. Read full blog
Full steam ahead
After two rounds of the 2014/15 HSBC Sevens World Series, we find ourselves in second place on the overall standings. Read full blog
Backing Tinkler for the big time
With Vladimir Vermezovic having jumped ship, Orlando Pirates find themselves in a state of flux. Read full blog
Don't crash the Brazil party
Ah, Rio - the spiritual home of football and the stage for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Read full blog
A golden opportunity for SA's openers
Opening the batting is one of the toughest jobs in cricket at all levels, even more so at international level. The role requires a sound technique, impeccable concentration and a brave approach. Read full blog
The Wenger succession plan
Arsenal have become a joke! I mean that in every way possible because for some reason at the St(r)oke of fulltime nowadays I find myself laughing really really hard. Read full blog
Make or break time
Ten years ago today, I remember Andy Gray's iconic commentary at Anfield, when Steven Gerrard booked Liverpool’s place in the knockout round of the Champions League. Read full blog
Wenger in or out? I say out!
After Arsenal’s loss to Stoke City this past weekend, the call for Arsene Wenger to step down as manager of Arsenal got to a new level. Read full blog

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Dr Errol Sweeney
Some refs invite criticism
Why is it that some referees appear to invite criticism? Why is it that some referees put a...

Kyle Brown
Fans, fun and Sevens success
The week leading up to the Nelson Mandela Bay Sevens was a special one. The fans were passionate,...

Haze's Comment
When they were kings
I was fortunate to grow up during the most intoxicating era of test cricket. Ray Illingworth's...

Neil Manthorp
Not-so-proud West Indies record in SA
Among the seven major test nations, the West Indies' record in South Africa is without parallel. No...

Faf du Plessis
Eager to take on the West Indies
I’ve been enjoying my time at home in Cape Town, but the focus has been on getting my hip right....

Kepler Wessels
Spinner or no spinner for SuperSport Park
Normally when a test match is looming at SuperSport Park the debate starts whether the selectors...