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Chippa United beat Orlando Pirates in PSL

Posted: 30 April 2013 Time: 20:20

Chippa United are off the foot of the League table after a shock 1-0 win against Orlando Pirates at Orlando Stadium on Tuesday night.

Brent Carelse was the match-winner for the Chilli Boys, netting an 86th minute winner and picking up three points that could ensure the Chilli Boys spend another season in the top-flight.

It was a slow start to the game as neither side threatened the opposition goal. In fact, Chippa arguably had the better opportunities, but nothing to trouble Senzo Meyiwa too much.

On 25 minutes the Buccaneers had the first proper chance when Chippa keeper Tashrique Goldman could only punch Daine Klate’s cross into Sifiso Myeni’s path, but the winger volleyed over.

Tshepo Tomonyane hit a free-kick over the bar just before the break as the two sides went into half-time on level terms.

Pirates raced out of the blocks after the break and Khetowakhe Masuku should have done better when running onto a cross, but is first-time shot went wide.

Masuku fired another effort over the bar before Collins Mbesuma forced Goldman into a smart save.

Benni McCarthy made a welcome return to the side off the bench and immediately upped the attacking intent, but instead it was Chippa who found the back of the net on 86 minutes – Carelse glancing a header from Mkhanyiseli Siwahla’s cross past Meyiwa.

Bucs night got worse as Myeni was shown a second yellow, just about ending their title chances and casting serious doubts over coach Roger de Sa’s future.

Previous comments on this story...

SencoPation
posted: 09:33 am
Lord Vincent

posted: 09:05 am | Report

SencoPationposted: 08:39 am | Report
@Anti-Zebra...
You have hit it on the spot. Dankie saan...!
We just have to forget about the mathematics of winning the retaining any of our double trebble achievements this season. I was at Mbombela, the game sucked. Last night's one was just like 'a final nail in the coffin'. Right now, I am bitter, gloomy and very much feel like hopeless. My soul is dilapidated. Humiliation has taken the best of me. I'm like a dumped insecured, jealous and stubborn boyfriend. I'm loosing weight as it is. Stress level is at peak. RDS has done his job and failed as usual and as expected. Next weekend we are playing with the same squad, same doomed plan, same everything against TP Mazembe in their backyard and hope to come back winners. Ohh my dearest Khoza, save thy ship, lest my subdued soul be dead by then...

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Hahahaha hade gazi! We will get through this!
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Hehehe, I thank you my Lord.
I just felt I needed to vent it out...But ay, for sure will get through it.
In any case, I must say that I relish your way of writting and your great insight of the football game, especially that of oorkant. Your analysis and knowledge of the game, backed up with factual, statistical and historical inferences is immensely and inexplicably amazing. Same goes for CJB Ramses III, you two are a marvel to read. Just wonder which part of the globe you two are...should still be from Mars though...

I'm an active reader but a somewhat quazi-lazy writer. Hence, I always scroll and search for the comments of just the two of you. The rest ... geez...just winding time and spewing hatred and jealousy towards one another (in the name of Pirates and Chiefs). LOL. hayi kabi.
Lord Vincent
posted: 09:49 am
SencoPation

Hahahaha dankie gazi I'm truly humbled.

My view is that your love for your team should not be outweighed by your hatred for your rival because then you find yourself in a situation where their loss is more pleasant than your win, and when they win you are as depressed as you are when you lose. This is why I have no issue with Chiefs winning the league.

Hehehehe on that Mars note, I reside in a place called Horizon View in Rooderport and Ramses in Thembisa if I'm not mistaken. But seriously mfana it would be great to read more from you. Even ka the SA off-season there will be plenty of Pirates games to comment on since the Champions League will still be going on should we progress to the group stages.
Tshepiso wa Mashiloane.
posted: 09:50 am
KAIZER CHIEFS will not win this PSL title. In 1987, Chiefs needed one point from 4 games to be crowned champions. They never got that solitary point as the best there is in South Africa, Jomo Cosmos, won the last 10 CONSECUTIVE games to to win PSL title. THIS SCENARIO WILL REPEAT ITSELF!!!!!!!
CJB Ramses III
posted: 10:35 am
SencoPation

posted:

09:33 am  |  Report
Lord Vincent

posted: 09:05 am | Report

SencoPationposted: 08:39 am | Report
@Anti-Zebra...
You have hit it on the spot. Dankie saan...!
We just have to forget about the mathematics of winning the retaining any of our double trebble achievements this season. I was at Mbombela, the game sucked. Last night's one was just like 'a final nail in the coffin'. Right now, I am bitter, gloomy and very much feel like hopeless. My soul is dilapidated. Humiliation has taken the best of me. I'm like a dumped insecured, jealous and stubborn boyfriend. I'm loosing weight as it is. Stress level is at peak. RDS has done his job and failed as usual and as expected. Next weekend we are playing with the same squad, same doomed plan, same everything against TP Mazembe in their backyard and hope to come back winners. Ohh my dearest Khoza, save thy ship, lest my subdued soul be dead by then...

++++++++++++¥+++++++++¥++++++++++++++++++

Hahahaha hade gazi! We will get through this!
_________________________________________________________________
Hehehe, I thank you my Lord.
I just felt I needed to vent it out...But ay, for sure will get through it.
In any case, I must say that I relish your way of writting and your great insight of the football game, especially that of oorkant. Your analysis and knowledge of the game, backed up with factual, statistical and historical inferences is immensely and inexplicably amazing. Same goes for CJB Ramses III, you two are a marvel to read. Just wonder which part of the globe you two are...should still be from Mars though...

I'm an active reader but a somewhat quazi-lazy writer. Hence, I always scroll and search for the comments of just the two of you. The rest ... geez...just winding time and spewing hatred and jealousy towards one another (in the name of Pirates and Chiefs). LOL. hayi kabi.
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Hahahahahaha..... My Lord are you reading this "....quasi-lazy...".... Hehehehe... excellent phrasing there SencoPation...

Indeed, my Mars e ko Kasi-ya-ma-Kasi... Tembisa... I refer to it as Tem-City... I'm transforming this place gentlemen, I'm trying to stop the "brain-drain" so to speak... too many role-models leave to nestle in the big Oak trees & Jacarandas of Surbubia, worst thing is not only do they take away their inspiring "role-modelness", they also take away their newly found big Rands which Kasi's need to development at a faster rate.... More on that later.... I'm off topic...

Champ S'Pat, don't be too deterred from spit-braaing a Zebra... Hitman Vin & I have concluded that it's medicinal from time-to-time... we've gone as far as having a slogan as well.... ie "...a Zebra a day keeps the Doctor away..."

Ja, My Lord.... Untapped Talent is a bit shelled in... I work on him worry not...
Papa Joe KC
posted: 11:06 am
Operation '' Smash that Crap'' in full swing
KOIYOKO
posted: 01:22 pm
hahahahahahahaha..................!!!
SencoPation
posted: 07:53 pm
@ Lord Vincent,
Once more, I thank you. Your view is, once again, direct and spot on. You reside 'in my hood', so to say. edladleni kuseTshepisong - Kagiso/Leratong side of town. Kodwa ihontshi lami lingaseCenturon - Thatchfield (Oliven side). CJB Ramses will know it very well (i think). I will indeed try to stay connected even during the period you have mentioned. As already mentioned, you two boys are really informative - you wear all hats at one time.

@CJB Ramses,...
nawe ng'yakuthola boi. Tem City (as you've termed it), k'dala ng'feba daar. Not anymore though. Grown up now....LOL. Hence my time for online kickoff magazine.

Thank you, my Champs.

Plus the heavy noise makers have been silenced. Gagged willinilly, by the Urban Worriors. Now I will enjoy my thursday at work..
Buccalam
posted: 07:48 am
The beautiful game, soccer that is. Football has no therefore. You can never confirm it. It's down to the end of the wire. Barcelona and Madrid lose too, otherwise soccer would be boring game. This is exciting! Soccer lovers should all be happy about the unpredictability. That's if you know football, not just a loudmouth. Otherwise, Up the Bucs, even after a loss and always!
Tico MP
posted: 08:25 am
GUSTUFF...WELL DONE CHIPPA
Tico MP
posted: 08:27 am
RATS ARE DEAD
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