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Ezenkosi, Amakhosi draw

Posted: 17 February 2008 Time: 17:51

Chiefs drew 0-0 with Cosmos in a frustrating Absa Premiership match at Orkney Stadium on Sunday.

Both sides created numerous chances, and played good football, but just could not find the back of the net.

Cosmos could have been 3-0 up in the first twenty minutes, after two shots from Dikgang Mabalane and one from Bamuza Sono.

Geoffrey Massa had a great game, creating chance after chance. However, he either couldn’t finish himself, or distributed the ball to teammates who couldn’t deliver.

Massa had a great chance in the 37th minute, after a shot was deflected and he was delivered the ball right in front of the net, but he skied his attempt over the posts.

The best chance for Cosmos came in the 86th minute, however, when Massa made a solid run on the left, beat his man, and then looked to have gone too far before blasting the ball straight at Khune from a tight angle. The ball hit the inside of the keeper’s leg and went out off the post. Cosmos couldn’t make anything of the resulting consecutive corners.

Chiefs had their fair share of opportunities, but Cosmos keeper Avril Phali was on form.

The result takes Chiefs out of the bottom four on goal difference. Cosmos stay bottom on 14 points.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 12:26 pm
9jaboy- drab or not drab- u r nt offering any constructive reasons. R we gonna spend the whole day arguing which league is drabber for drodgba and the european elite. What are you sayin,? Fine chiefs embarrassed us but when it comes to national pride I will stand by amakhosi and say: We have one of the best leuagues in the world and you know it.
Anonymous
posted: 12:27 pm
When u do ratings ,there is also an index for future growth potential.#
Ur league as it is ,is 90% developed,it only has about 10% before it is termed perfect by ur standard.
At perfection ur league at its best can only rival the portuguese league.The nigerian league is still about 20% developed and still has great potential.Even as it is ,most matches are better than the ones ur best play.The pulsating matches can be felt.at the height of our league glory,we can rival the english ,italian and spanish premiership.WATCOUT for us in 3 years time.u will pay to view our matches.the potential is big here.Search ur heart u will know i am telling u d truth.
Anonymous
posted: 12:33 pm
E 9jaboy, The point at hand is Kaizer Chiefs - But thanks for your "Kind Words". Ooh just to let you know Pirates and Sundowns will be at it this weekend. I dont support either team, but i wont miss this clash of a bag of "Cocaine", i suggest you do the same.
Anonymous
posted: 12:34 pm
The game is on Wednesday my friend - 9jaboy ON SS3 19:30. sorry for the mishap. Please have a look at tell us what you think.
Anonymous
posted: 12:44 pm
Sorry wat i saw on saturday only confirmed my initial impression .wont spoil my eyes watching ur league again.though i only spent 10 mins last time.sorry againmu dont have a league here.
Anonymous
posted: 01:10 pm
open up ur league,u said u have all d money,and u are d money bags of africa.Come and buy very good talent from west and North africa,get coaches with UEFA grade A,as the minimum qualification.Allow for at most 6 african players at any point in time.Then watch how these palyers can rub off on ur home talent.
Also,these will open up ur league to other africans,as they now have interest in it.Then ur clubs would have expanded thier brand beyond south africa.we africans can become proud of south africa,as we will follow the league like the english premiership.As it is,believe me it is high school that play ur kind of football in Nigeria.sending fake dummies,funny nutmegs that makes the stadium roar.jumping round and round in circles as if stung in the ass.this is not how d modern game is played.u are still living in the 60s.
Anonymous
posted: 01:26 pm
Point taken - Nigerboy. Ooh i honestly think you have nothing but love for this Country my man, no wonder you are so concerned with The game of Soccer on this side of the continent. You sound more and more like George Bush on the middle east. But i think you have a soft spot for SA. I like your comments though.
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