In City Press Sport: Boks fans at sixes and twos over tactics; Big bucks in Formula 1; SA’s mistrust of actual coaches

City Press Sport
City Press Sport

What you can expect in the City Press Sport section this week:

Boks fans at sixes and twos over tactics

If there are two words driving South African rugby fans to distraction – even more than the mere mention of French referee Jérôme Garcès’ name – they are the six-two split.

What happens in top of the log clash?

The outcome of today’s much-anticipated game between Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs could give some indication about who is real championship material.

Comrades marathon champ’s tip for Soweto Marathon

Despite finishing sixth last year – up from seventh and ninth in 2016 and 2017, respectively – Edward Mothibi maintains that his training programme is still what his compatriots need if they want to conquer the People’s Race.

Golf great marks 20 years of giving

Legendary Gary Player hosts yet another charity event to give back to the needy.

Big bucks in Formula 1, but not for everyone

Formula 1’s most cost-effective drivers: How drivers make their millions and who is leading the pack.

We need to talk about SA’s mistrust of actual coaches

Simnikiwe Xabanisa tackles the importance of experienced coaches instead of Johnny-come-lately celebrity coaches (former players), who, despite finding themselves coaching first-class rugby, were still learning the art of coaching.

Cordial PSL/Safa relationship will boost SA’s Olympic dream

Timothy Molobi calls on the league and the mother body to work together for the benefit of South African football.

Can struggling Bucs stop marauding Amakhosi?

Chiefs and Pirates will face off against each other twice in a space of a week and all eyes will be on under fire Pirates coach Rulani Mokwena to see if he can steer the Bucs ship to safe waters

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