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So the powers that be at Safa, the ‘Brains Trust’ — if such a thing exists at Safa House – have decided in all their wisdom that the best thing to do as we look to forge a way forward is to ‘ban’ the country's most exciting talent. Thulani Serero is on the ‘bad boy’ list and Safa wants answers or at least a written apology.
The reason seemingly is that Serero allegedly faked an injury so as to ensure his health ahead of a massive club encounter against Barcelona in a Champions League game.
Safa interpreted this as the player putting his own personal agenda and his own selfish needs before the needs of his country – a big no-no in their eyes. This in isolation is good. The country demands dedication to its cause. However, the irony of Safa officials being unhappy with someone who represents the country in football, yet puts their own needs before that of the country is not lost on me.
In my opinion, I would argue that the same thing has been Bequeme Barcelona Trikot happening for years at Safa, considering the way certain Safa officials have behaved. Yet nobody was banned at the time. As we slipped down the world rankings from being number 16 in the world to outside the top 20, 30, 40, 50, 60… as national youth teams became defunct, as Olympic qualifying teams time and again failed despite huge amounts of money pouring in, as Bafana failed to qualify for tournaments unless we hosted them. Yet there was no question of blame and no letter of apology required. If anything, it seemed that the most important aim at Safa was getting to be president and then holding onto that cash cow with your fellow cowboys for as long as you possibly could.
Not qualifying for a World Cup? No problem. Failing time and again to qualify for the African Cup of Nations and having little to no success at junior national level? No problem.
But woe betide a talented youngster like Thulani Serero allegedly faking an injury that prevents him from playing against the mighty Botswana, those African powerhouses. This is serious stuff and requires Safa to take a stand. When a young man who has been plagued by constant injury in Europe is nervous that he may miss out on the opportunity to play against what is widely regarded as the best club side in the history of football, against Messi, a player who will more than likely go down as the greatest to have played the game since Maradona and Pele… that requires action from Safa.
Come on, guys, you’ve got bigger fish to fry… the bribery scandal, sponsors running away left, right and centre, school football still non-existent. Igesund just needs to get on a plane and jet off to Holland and have some coffee with this young man. We need to sort this out. None of this letter-writing nonsense! Did Safa ask Santana to write a letter when he failed so miserably before leaving South Africa a rich man? Did Safa demand a letter from Carlos Alberto Parreira when he failed to deliver on the mandate of getting South fotballdrakter Africa out of the group stages of our own World Cup, setting an embarrassing record of being the only ever host nation to achieve this feat?
Bafana can't afford to have Thulani Serero declare that he is retiring from international football for his country. We need to build around him. For the next few years he needs to be the player we celebrate, the one we elevate, not the one we castigate. Samuel Eto’o, Didier Drogba, Romario, Hristo Stoichkov, Paul Gascoigne, Benni McCarthy — all players who gave their associations problems of some sort, all players who were difficult to man manage for various reasons, but their countries were better when they were on the field, and Bafana Bafana is a better team with Thulani Serero.
In the meantime, perhaps Safa can begin penning their apology letter to the country. I suggest the following opening line, “Dear South African football lovers, we apologise for letting the country down, again, by not qualifying for the World Cup. But this is our plan to get us back to where we belong...”
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Dismal for 45 minutes, this match became a beautiful dawn to the new year for Leicester City. The transformation was inspired by Riyad Mahrez, who illuminated the game with a brilliant goal early in the second half before creating another for Islam Slimani, the club's record signing who was finally entrusted with a first league start since Claude Puel took charge in October. Marc Albrighton added a third goal and, to top off the hosts' satisfaction, there was a belated appearance for Adrien Silva, who was at last allowed to play for Leicester four months after joining them.
All that would have made for a perfect start to 2018 for Leicester if not for the fact that their captain, Wes Morgan, was forced off in the first half with a hamstring injury that is expected to keep him out of action for several weeks. And then there is the worry that Mahrez's latest exhibition may attract bids this month from bigger clubs looking for a slinky and sharp attacker.
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«That is just speculation,» said Puel. «I want to keep all my best players. I am happy to play him and I think he is happy too. He was fresh and had quality and intensity to his play. It was a complete game from him.»
The Algerian has been in gleaming recent form, seemingly revelling under a manager who declared on his appointment that he hoped to introduce a playing style that would «seduce» Mahrez into resisting offers from elsewhere. Asked how he has coaxed the best out of a player who wanted to leave last summer, Puel quipped: «I speak French».
The Mahrez show did not get under way until the second period, as the first half unfolded like a demonstration in support of a winter break. Both teams were playing a fourth match in 10 days and could not mask the ill-effects of a gruelling schedule, with players looking jaded and imprecise. They were also vulnerable to injury, as Morgan proved when hobbling off in the 27th minute following a lumpish tackle on Steve Mounié.
Jamie Vardy was absent because of a slight groin strain suffered in Saturday's defeat at Liverpool but Silva was a notable inclusion among the home side's substitutes after four months of suspended animation. Leicester paid Sporting Lisbon £22m for him on transfer deadline day in August but submitted the paperwork 14 seconds too late for international clearance to be granted, meaning the midfielder had to bide his time in a bureaucratic limbo until the Premier League could rubber stamp the deal as soon as the January's window opened. He appeared, to tremendous acclaim, in the 86th minute, pointedly clad in the No14 jersey.
Before that Silva and all other spectators watched a misleading start to proceedings when Chris Löwe forced a save from Kasper Schmeichel in the first minute. There followed no other shots on target in the first half. Danny Williams had two chances but fluffed them. The first came when he chugged on to a pass by Aaron fotbollströjor barn Mooy but, instead of shooting, he went to ground under mild pressure from Harry Maguire. Huddersfield's manager, David Wagner, delivered an admirably honest verdict, saying: «I thought he could really go for a goal with the right desire. It wasn't even a foul.»
Mahrez came to the fore in the 53rd minute, depositing the ball into the net with a wonderfully controlled volley from 12 yards. Albrighton had set up the chance by hooking a clever pass to Mahrez after weak defensive headers by Mathias Jorgensen and Mounié.
Mahrez created his team's second goal on the hour, splitting Huddersfield's defence with a neat pass to his compatriot, Slimani, who produced an equally deft finish, dinking the ball over the advancing Jonas Lossl.
After that Huddersfield never looked like averting their first defeat in five matches and were grateful that a late header by Wilfred Ndidi bounced out off the crossbar. They were not so fortunate in stoppage time, when Albrighton scored from close range after strong work by Slimani and Demarai Gray.
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