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Motsepe Foundation Championship Round-Up

Polokwane City moved top of the Motsepe Foundation Championship table after this weekend’s fixtures.

Duncan Lechesa’s team moved top as they beat JDR Stars 2-1 on Sunday in a weekend where a number of fixtures were postponed due to clubs releasing players for the South African U23 squad.

Three fixtures were played on Friday, and AmaTuks, the only remaining unbeaten team in the league almost lost that run against Black Leopards, but came back from three goals down to draw 3-3.

Also on Friday Uthongathi won 2-1 at Pretoria Callies, while it ended goalless between La Masia and Platinum City Rovers.

The only other fixture was on Saturday when Hungry Lions lost their top spot as they lost 2-1 at Magesi.


In this edition of iDiski Times, we talk to former Kaizer Chiefs player Daniel Cardoso, who reveals how Steve Komphela and Eric Tinkler changed his career, he also talks about how Sekhukhune can rise up the table. We also spoke to SAFA’s new Technical Director, Walter Steenbok and the former Kaizer Chiefs scout explains how he wants fix South African football, while former Bafana Bafana international turned player agent Lance Davids shares his views on the current “soft”  generation of players and why he believes Teboho Mokoena can still go to Europe in future. We also spoke to Romain Folz, who explains his inspiration from Carlo Ancelotti, while in the rumours section we heard about Erwin Saavedra’s injury setback and Thembinkosi Lorch’s extended issues on the sidelines. Read the full edition of iDiski Times below:

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