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'Operation: Leave no stone unturned' 01/04/04
Amakhosi supporters say that the team is out to secure all of the silverware still up for grabs. Read about this and more in today's SASoccer365 readers' letters...

'Operation: Leave no stone unturned'

The Mighty Amakhosi will prove to S.A. soccer fraternity that they are no chancers and amateurs when it comes to soccer.We are the biggest soccer giants in Africa as well as the rest of Southern Africa.

If you go to Europe and tell them that you are a South African,the first question that they will ask you about is: Are you a Kaizer Chiefs fan or supporter and if your answer is positive I bet you will be warmly welcome you.

Master Ted is going to show Gordon that he did not buy all the qualifications that he has. He will show him that being gifted and going to school will make you a most respectable man in your field of expertise.

I am of the opinion that we are going to claim Operation "LEAVE NO STONE UNTURNED. The Mighty Amakhosi are taking everything to Naturena.

Phambile Khosi 4life Phambile.

Kind Regards

Milton Itholeng

SA soccer must come out of the 'stone era'

The reasons of Ted Dumitru's complain about Ngcobo's failure to ensure that Silver Stars provide the required number of spare match balls is perfectly valid.

Here in England, the match official would not dare to entertain such time delay tricks. He could face serious charges and definitely suspension.

The time has come for SA soccer to come out of the 'stone era' and attend the basic rules and procedures followed by the rest of the soccer world. As for your question 'Are Chiefs bad losers' ?, in the context of the above incident, it definitely appears senseless.
Victor Sibiya  

'Chiefs camp points fingers'

Dear Editor,

I think it is the time that Ted Dumitru needs to be told that he is not the authority as far as African soccer is concerned.

If he thinks he is, he should have applied for the position of a national coach, and stop using the media to show off his knowledge of the game.

It is becoming a trend from the Chiefs camp to point fingers at people through the press. If Kaizer has good ideas of how our soccer should be run, let him air those views to the right people.

He is a member, or has a representative, in the B.O.G. He must use that channel instead of his website.



'The new foundation was laid yesterday'

The new foundation was laid on Tuesday for the new coach, now it is up to him to come up with better results out of the team.

What the boys showed yesterday was of a character despite losing at the end. Stuart has been so positive with Bafana Bafana but what about our SAFA administrators?

Stuart can only bring the result as long there is a healthy relationship with SAFA and overseas based players. If this relationship is achieved then we are on our way back to conquer the world.

To Stuart, if you can retain the momentum that was displayed against Australia and some little improvements then S.A supporters will be behind you during your spell with Bafana

Phiri must keep it cool

I would like to advise Phiri to control his temper, if he wants to control the middle of the park. I watched him when they played Chiefs in a league game.

It will be battle between Nengomashe and Him. He can win the battle if he can keep it cool.

Viva Phiri, Viva

Mthimbana Memela.

Message to Putco

I cannot believe what I've just read about Putco Mafani.

I've admired you since your days on the radio and while I was listening to your programme I told myself that you've got all that it takes to be a man and being violent was not in the kind of a character you could ever be.

I'm really disappointed in you and hope what you did never happened in front of your kids.

Please bring yourself together speak to your wife to say you are sorry but first let her speak.

Look her in the eyes let her speak out about all that you did to her with tears going down her face and feel what she's been going through and if you are a man something that she is going say will make think that you'll never ever beat her ever.


Disappointed at what Putco has done

I am so disappointed to what Putco has done. I am big Amakhosi supporter but I really hate the man for what he has done. Each time we saw him dancing at the stadium we were thinking of a happy caring husband, not an abusive one.


Komphela will not allow himself to be compromised

I know Steve Komphela well enough having spent almost a month with him on the SAFA Level 2 coaching course to know that he will not allow himself to be comprised for he sake of keeping a job.

He is a principled and professional coach and will accept the responsibility to die or become a hero for he defeat or victories of his team.

He is quite right to say if 'I am not allowed to take decisions regarding all technical matters about refereeing and playing matches why employ me.If you want to tell me how to do my job for which I believe Steve is well qualified for why would the club still need to employ him.

Why do Pat (Malabela) and his hangers on not coach the team themselves if they feel they know better about who should play and when tactical decisions must be made. Well Done Steve. You have stood up to these interfering fools called club owners. 

Gavin Manuel

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