Blatter says he is going to World Cup at Putin's invitation

FIFA's disgraced ex-president Sepp Blatter said Michel Platini, the ex-UEFA president who is banned from football over corruption, had also been invited to the tournament by Putin.

Want-away Kiwi told to help win CAF Cup first

New Zealander Jeremy Brockie had a mid-year transfer request rejected with another Pretoria club, Mamelodi Sundowns, keen to sign him.

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Stats and Bets: The Soweto Derby

A crowd of 90,000 people is expected to descend on Soccer City this Saturday as the two battle it out for supremacy in Soweto.

WATCH: Brawls and missed opportunities as Lyon beat Everton

Everton now turn their attention to a home Premier League match with Arsenal on Sunday, where anything other than three points would put Koeman's position under even more scrutiny.

Leyds at fullback for WP’s Currie Cup semi

Springbok utility player Dillyn Leyds’ place on the wing will be taken by Ruhan Nel.

Lions call up ‘Big Guns’ for Cape Currie Cup semi

The hugely influential hooker Malcolm Marx has moved off the bench into the run-on XV and will pack down alongside fellow Bok prop Ruan Dreyer.

In-form Hashim Amla rested for final ODI

Proteas opening batsman, Hashim Amla has been replaced by Aiden Markram, who has earned his maiden ODI call-up following a successful Test debut.

CSA congratulates Proteas on series victory

AB de Villiers announced his return to international cricket in emphatic fashion with his 25th career ODI century to help South Africa to 104-run victory over Bangladesh.

Federer closes on Nadal after Shanghai victory

Rafael Nadal remains well clear of Federer, but the Swiss maintains a chance of finishing the year as world number one after shaving more than 400 points off his lead.

Federer shakes off 'scars' of Nadal defeats

Roger Federer ended a sequence of five straight defeats to Rafael Nadal at Basel last year, before winning their gripping Australian Open final in January.

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