Here's how the South African media, fans and players are looking forward to the 2018 Fifa World Cup, even without Bafana Bafana in participation.
Teach them at a young age about passion for the national team!!! https://t.co/P3Q2kfMPs9— Daine Klate (@Klatey7) June 11, 2018
Mohamed Salah stating he will be fit, and actually proving to be match fit in the games are two different matters. Adam Lallana was not match fit in the UCL final despite Klopp and Adam saying he'd be. Salah will need at least 2 games to get back to speed. That could cost Egypt— Ignat Football (@IgnatFootball) June 9, 2018
Why are we celebrating Shabba's 2010 goal while other teams are getting ready to go to the World Cup? Which other country does that?— Zola Doda (@ZolaDoda) June 11, 2018
Whoever said: "if you want success you must lower your standards" was talking to us.
Salaaaaaaaaaaaah! https://t.co/h4d6kWixC9— Gabadinho Mhango (@gabadinhoFlames) June 11, 2018
Tunisia and Morocco's difficult to beat. Unfortunate to have 2 great teams in their groups. Don't be surprised if either of them cause a shock. Nearly all pundits are taking it for granted that England, Belgium, Portugal & Spain will go through. One of them will go home early— Ignat Football (@IgnatFootball) June 12, 2018
Nigeria's group is most interesting. I can see any of these teams progressing or dropping out (even Argentina). There will be some exciting draws, edging out a win and goal difference will make the difference btw going home or dreaming. Topping the group is key to avoid France— Ignat Football (@IgnatFootball) June 12, 2018