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Soweto derby loss for Chiefs comes as no surprise

Another deflating Soweto Derby loss for Kaizer Chiefs and the exit at the semifinal stage of another cup competition highlights the growing crisis at Naturena that threatens to turn the once mighty Glamour boys into one of the 'also-rans' of the Premier Soccer League.

The scoreline might only have been 2-1 in their latest defeat to Orlando Pirates, the first time in history that The Buccaneers have won three games on the bounce against their bitter rivals, but the margin on the field was much greater...

Giovanni Solinas confident about facing Orlando Pirates again

Giovanni Solinas believes his Kaizer Chiefs side is in better shape to face bitter rivals Orlando Pirates this weekend as the pair square off in a Telkom Knockout semifinal at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.

Chiefs were well beaten when the teams met in the league last month, something not evidenced by the 2-1 scoreline.

But Pirates missed a penalty in that game and a number of other chances as they comfortably held the Chiefs attack at bay. 


Solinas can ill afford another high-profile...

Five key facts ahead of the Soweto Derby

There will be another Soweto derby this weekend when Kaizer Chiefs host Orlando Pirates in the Telkom Knockout semifinals at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, a fixture that was sold out within two hours of tickets going on sale.

Saturday's clash gives both under-achieving rivals a chance to take one step closer to elusive silverware, and is also an opportunity to gain bragging rights going into what is a hectic December period in South African domestic football.

Here are five things to ponder...

Moses Mabhida Stadium to host Soweto Derby Telkom Knockout semifinal



The Premier Soccer League has confirmed that the Telkom Knockout semifinal between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates will be staged at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.

The venue for the fixture had been a hot topic of debate after it was revealed that the FNB Stadium, the 90,000-seater regular home of the Soweto Derby, was unavailable having been booked for another event. 


The league has now confirmed the match will take place in Durban on Saturday, November 24 at 15h00,...

Injury-plagued SuperSport remain a threat, Katsande warns

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande says the fact that Telkom Knockout quarterfinal opponents SuperSport United will be missing key players, when the teams clash in Durban on Sunday, won't make them any less of a threat.

Chiefs have not won any of their last eight meetings with SuperSport, and in that time have been knockout out of the MTN8 twice, including this season, and the Nedbank Cup by Matsatsantsa.

They will be desperate not to make it a hat trick of domestic cup failures against the...