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Fantasy Football Continues With Stiga 29/12/03
Today we continue with our soccer fantasy series. We kick off this morning by looking at the team Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana international Stanton 'Stiga' Fredericks would assemble to take on the league's best.

Later on today it will be the turn of the Jomo Cosmos and Mozambican striker, Manuel 'Tico-Tico' Bucuane, to take us through his fantasy team...

"I'll do this with pleasure, it's not easy though as there are many good players in the league and guys that I've played alongside overseas too. I'll try not to go for 10 Chiefs players so here goes. The team I've chosen will surely do the job and provide loads of entertainment. They will only attack, attack, attack, so check out Stiga's Strike Force XI."

GOALKEEPER: Moeneeb Josephs
A good friend and a great competitor. He can lift a team with the saves he makes. We'll be absolutely safe and can attack all the time without worrying about conceding a goal.

RIGHT-BACK: Jimmy Tau
Jimmy has been stable at right-back for his club and even though he has not been in the Premiership for long he has already established himself as a good defender who can join in attack, which is most important to this team.

CENTRAL DEFENDER: Siphiwe Mkhonza
Good defender this. He'll be the man-marker and is a tenacious tackler. No one will get past this man and also he'll be useful in attack.

CENTRAL DEFENDER: Papi Khomane
Papi has always held his own at Pirates and can man-mark but I'll use him as a sweeper. His ability to organise the defence will be vital as he will probably be the only player, besides Moeneeb, to not attack frequently.

LEFT-BACK: David Kannemeyer
'Dawie', as we call him, has improved tremendously and as for his left-footed shots, well there is no one in SA who can strike a ball like he does. Not lazy to join in attack but in defence he'll take out the trickiest wingers the game's got to offer, in the hardest possible way.

RIGHT MIDFIELD: Dikgang Mabalane
The Terminator, I admire his flair, for a player short on size he can definitely run rings around the biggest defender. He is quick, very quick and a player like him is needed to deliver those crosses which he does so well.

DEFENSIVE MIDFIELD: Dillon Sheppard
Well he won't be defensive at all. Dillon is not short on skill and that left-foot of his will cause havoc in the middle of the park. He'll be the only midfielder who can really tackle (hahaha), not but seriously you'll see now what I mean.

ATTACKING MIDFIELD: Jabu Pule
Shuffle will turn the heat on here. He'll play a free role and belive me when I say free. He's quick to the ball and has excellent control - I don't think I have to mention his trickery or his passing ability. A must have for this team.

LEFT MIDFIELD: Lucky Sibeko
Now I did tell you this is an attacking team. Very skillful player who can score wonderful goals too. He has an eye for goal and will be up there attacking all the time.

STRIKER: Thando Mngomeni
This is one of the best strikers in SA at the moment. Another fantastic dribbler and is good at set-pieces too. With the ball at his feet defenders must be aware.

STRIKER: Shaun Permall
He has the ability to be in the right places at the right time, and with the supply he'll be getting from the midfield I'm sure no less than three goals will be scored by him.

COACH: Kenny Ndlazi
You know, this is a good coach. He gets along great with all players and his coaching methods are great and with players like this. Has the ability to get the best out of players.

 


 

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