The Big Interview: Roger Sikhakhane

Chippa United took their fans and almost everyone associated with South African football by surprise when they reappointed Roger Sikhakhane as coach.
 
Absa Premiership Round-up
Ntanga gives Celtic first victory
Ajax bounce back to beat Stars
 
 
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ArrowsSundowns12 September, 15:00
Chatsworth Stadium
FS StarsChippa Utd12 September, 15:00
Goble Park
SS UtdChiefs12 September, 18:00
Peter Mokaba Stadium
 
Prince Nxumalo (Ajax)
Daine Klate (Wits)
Cuthbert Malajila (Sundowns)
Mpho Makola (Pirates)
Sibusiso Vilakazi (Wits)
Khethukuthula Zwane (Tuks)
Kris Bright (Wits)
Sthembiso Ngcobo (FS Stars)
Eleazar Rodgers (Plat Stars)
Kermit Erasmus (Pirates)
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Q-Innovation Log
Q4 Log
Absa Premiership Q4 Standings....

Serero fit for Mauritania clash

Ibra happy in Paris despite Milan interest

Pogba could be worth more than €100m

West Ham's Noble's red card rescinded
There are sixteen clubs in the ABSA Premiership. During the season clubs play eachother twice (home and away) for a total of 30 games per club. Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points are awarded for a defeat.