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Cape Town City sign Kenyan international

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2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Sundowns 11 1 6 34
2 Cape Town 9 3 6 30
3 Kaizer C 7 8 3 29
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Cape Town City sign Kenyan international

Cape Town City have wasted no time in replacing Lehlohonolo Majoro by signing Kenyan international Masoud Juma.

The 21-year-old striker joins from Kariobangi Sharks in his homeland, where he finished the previous season as top scorer with 17 goals.

According to City, they beat off challenges from Europe, Egypt and other PSL clubs to land the player's signature.

It's been a busy few days at City, with Majoro having left for struggling champions Bidvest Wits, while star player Aubrey Ngoma has joined...

Cape Town City close the gap to Mamelodi Sundowns

Striker Nana Akosah-Bempah scored on his first start for Cape Town City as they breathed new life into the PSL title race with a 1-0 success over leaders Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Stadium on Tuesday.

The victory ended Sundowns' run of four league wins in a row and cut their lead at the top of the table to four points, although they have played a game less than second-placed City.

It is also a third win in a row for City over Sundowns having enjoyed home and away successes last season, but came...

Plight of Cape Town clubs highlights PSL ground issue

Imagine being told that you have to play a 'home' game some 1,300 kilometres away from your supporters, and what's worse, the fixture will be just down the road from your opponents.

This is the near-farcical situation that has befallen South African Premier Soccer League side Cape Town City, who must play their 'home' league clash against Maritzburg United in KwaMashu, KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday.

This is because there are no stadia in Cape Town available that meet the PSL's minimum requirements after...

Who is really leading the charge in the PSL?

With the South African Premier Soccer League fixtures again thrown into a shambles by SuperSport United's run to the CAF Confederation Cup Final, it is tough to gauge just who is in command in the title race this season.

SuperSport have played half the number of matches (six) of leaders Baroka FC, and while there is something to be said for getting points on the board, it is clear that the Limpopo club are in something of a false position.

KweséESPN takes a look at the number of points per...

PSL referees in the spotlight more than ever

A coach complaining about referees is as old as time, but this season there appears to be more anguish than ever in South Africa's Premier Soccer League over the standard of the officiating.

A number of match officials have already been sanctioned this season by the South African Football Association (SAFA), who are responsible for the training and the administration of the men in the middle and on the sidelines.

But it has been a huge talking point that threatens the integrity of the league, and...