Firstly, the South African Football Association's Dominic Chimhavi showcases the troubles of Kaizer Chiefs manager Bobby Motaung.
Bobby is having car troubles and it's not as simple as the issues we may have with our cars. Amakhosi fans would have to hope this is not going to set them back in the transfer market.
Then SA football analyst Robert Marawa is shocked that referee Cedric Muvhali was the fourth official in the Kaizer Chiefs and Golden Arrows game. This is the same official that wrongly ruled out Majoro's goal for Cape Town City against Orlando Pirates, in their controversial first defeat of the season.
Finally, SA's legendary striker Marks Maponyane has taken time to point out that Barcelona's enjoying a good start to the season. This is despite pundit's ruling out Barca's chances before the season even started. Strange punditry indeed. Working as a pundit in SA now, even Marks didn't make that mistake.
What's happening; now Sunday Sun claims Bobby Motaung owes Wesbank more than R500k in unpaid instalments for his Bentley GT pic.twitter.com/p2RsLtjtXQ— Dominic Chimhavi (@DChimhavi) September 24, 2017
From being at the centre of the controversial City vs City game last nite to being rewarded with 4th official duties!!— robertmarawa (@robertmarawa) September 23, 2017
Mr Cedric Muvhali pic.twitter.com/yIp7rtJHi4
Barcelona:— Marks Maponyane (@MarksMaponyane) September 23, 2017
Played = 6
Won = 6
Scored = 20
Conceded = 2
Good start and next scalp to claim will be Las Palmas. pic.twitter.com/Bin6joqJKn