The 2018 Soccer Gags Awards were held on Saturday 08-December-2018 in Phakalane Golf Estate Hotel & Resort, Botswana, the same venue that hosted the Year End Function from the 7th to the 9th.
Following a great day where members played in a soccer tournament and also enjoyed a pool party plus a big screen view of Telkom knockout Cup Final match between Orlando Pirates and Baroka FC, members ascended to a marquee hall dedicated to host the 2018 Soccer Gags Awards in the…
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MEET YOUR SOCCER GAGS CHAMPIONS:
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THE WINNERS ARE:
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Kindly be advised we are fully booked for the 2016 Year End Function Mpumalanga. We regret we are unable to accommodate more people. Please do not deposit money into the bank account. All has been paid for and our hosting lodge is also fully booked. On behalf of the team I would like to thank everyone that will be participating on this event. Those who missed the deadline, our thoughts…Continue
Added by Leonard Masango on November 17, 2016 at 11:30 — No Comments
Let me address this big elephant in the room. I am noticing a growing trend of confusion about SA soccer supporters comparing themselves to European soccer supporters regarding the support of a team other than theirs playing in continental competition.
Some even ask, have you ever seen Real Madrid fans supporting Barcelona playing in the Champions League against a team outside Spain or vice-versa? My fellow countrymen, whilst it might seem good to compare yourselves to European…
The day was Thursday, 6 July, 2000, when the world was eagerly waiting for the announcement of the 2006 FIFA World Cup host. It was a neck-to-neck contest between Germany and African continent as a whole which was represented by South Africa. Africa had been waiting to host the world's biggest sporting event for the first time since its inauguration in 1930. Little did Africa know that its destiny was heavily dependent on one man name Charles Dempsey.
One can only try to imagine what…Continue
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At the end of the Saturday match against Queens Park Rangers (QPR), Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino photographed the celebrating away fans and the match hero Harry Kane in order to celebrate the joy of staying in contention for Champions League qualification. Harry Kane delivered three points to Hotspurs by scoring his 15th and 16th Premier League goals on March 7, 2015 at the Loftus Road Stadium. It was a picture perfect moment for Pochettino after Kane’s double revived the…Continue
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There is a light at the end of the tunnel and for once, it is not a fast moving train. South Africa's Under 17 team wrote a story in the history books by qualifying for the FIFA Under 17 World Cup to be hosted in October 2015 by Chile. Their 3-1 victory over Cameroon which also booked them…Continue
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Soccer Gags Community would like to express its heartfelt condolences to the families of Mbulaeni Mulaudzi and Senzo Meyiwa. Their contributions to sports fraternity will forever be cherished. May their souls rest in…Continue
Added by Leonard Masango on October 27, 2014 at 13:30 — No Comments
hi,Cpt is a beautiful city with so much soccer crazy people too but it seems safa rarely schedule games(especially between pirates and Chiefs)i myself like it for the Pirates and would really appreciate it if more games can be scheduled for our stadiums(green point/Athlone stadium).
it would be awesome to rub shoulders with the likes of Happy Jele,Siyabonga Sangweni,Oupa manyisa ,Captain Fantastic-Lucky lekgwathi and of course the legendary Dane Klate and the list goes on.
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Soccer Gags is proud to be the key sponsor at a 16 Team Tournament in Temba which was successfully hosted by FC Temba's very own Kabelo 'KayBee'. Kabelo had this dream of taking football back to where it all started, Lekgwara (The Ground). It is on the hard and yet dusty soil where football began and for the people of Temba it is where most of their stars came from. The tournament was not only about the beautiful game but also providing hope to the youngsters, getting them off the street far…Continue
Added by Leonard Masango on August 11, 2014 at 18:18 — No Comments
We have seen him come, and we have seen him go but we never imagined seeing him coming back again. My heart endures great pain as I write of this exceptionally talented individual from Daveyton, South Africa. Every time when I watch the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi and Bale play, my mind can't stop…Continue
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Ballon d'Or otherwise known as Golden Ball, is a FIFA football award given annually to the player who is considered to have performed the best in the previous year. It is allegedly awarded based on votes by coaches and captains of international teams, as well as journalists from around the world.
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Dribbling Wizards, we have seen them come, we have seen them go. But if there's one wizard who left a mark in the current decade (2002-2012) it has to be one man nicknamed 'Black Jesus' Emmanuel Scara Ngobese. I am tempted to say we are yet to see his peer since his tragic departure.
Recently there is a…Continue
Added by Leonard Masango on December 13, 2012 at 9:30 — No Comments
for number of years chiefs have won at least a silverware a season but this year it seems mission impossible. where do u put ur blame? the x coach,Mr vv, players or management?
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What Is Cardiac Arrest?
Cardiac arrest is a condition in which the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating. If this happens, blood stops flowing to the brain and other vital organs. A cardiac arrest is different from a heart attack (myocardial infarction), where blood flow to the still-beating heart is interrupted (as in cardiogenic shock).
Midfielder Fabrice Muamba collapsed and went into cardiac arrest on the soccer pitch Last month in front of thousands of…Continue
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