Podcast | Tim Spirit: Will Arthur Zwane bring the faith back for Chiefs supporters in Nedbank Cup?

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Arthur Zwane during the Kaizer Chiefs press conference at PSL headquarters. Photo: Lee Warren/Gallo Images
Arthur Zwane during the Kaizer Chiefs press conference at PSL headquarters. Photo: Lee Warren/Gallo Images


Small in structure but big in heart. This was the nature of Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates legend John Moeti who was part of the national team's 1996 Africa Cup of Nations glory and the Buccaneers' CAF Champions League victory in 1995.

Tim Spirit remembers the football giant and the fight he fought for the rights of players.

READ: Bafana and Pirates legend John Moeti passes away

The country was also robbed of a bright future following the fatal stabbing of Stellenbosch defender Oshwin Andries.

Banyana Banyana’s tournament in Turkey hangs in the balance following the devastating earthquake. How will this affect the squad’s preparations heading into the women’s world cup later this year?

READ: Ex-Ghana football star rescued from Turkish earthquake rubble

The Nedbank Cup is upon us and the match to watch will be on Friday when Maritzburg United host Kaizer Chiefs. What lies ahead for the Soweto giant’s coach Arthur Zwane if they don’t win this one?

And finally, will Mamelodi Sundowns continue in their winning ways as they head to the CAF Champions League? Listen:

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