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A Sowetan reader, Michael Hlongwane, who is really concerned that both Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs bombed out of the lucrative Telkom Knock-out Cup to teams regarded as minnows, Santos and Silver Stars, respectively, thinks he knows the reasons why and we thought you should also know. We just don't know whether you will agree with him or not.
He told the Usuzwile Mkhozi crew: "I thought football was all about skills and talent. But hey, intelligence by other teams' coaches played a major part in ensuring that Chiefs and Bucs are out of the R4,25million Telkom Knockout.
"Anyway, the weekend started badly with Kelly 'The Virgin' Khumalo finally losing her virginity, somebody bought her a car, and she gave it away. I knew then, that something worse was coming. Lelo Mbhele, Jabu Mahlangu, Shaun Bartlett and Ditheko Mototo were the worst culprits missing sitters, which could have turned the games around.
"Hareaipha 'Simba' Marumo once again showed that he was not just a striker but a brilliant one indeed, scoring a brace against Chiefs, while Eleazer Rodgers scored the solitary one for Santos. Avril Phali tried to stretch himself like a pink panther to save it but failed. When I saw David Radebe in the starting line up I knew that Chiefs would not win this one, unebhadi lomfana.
"As for bucs I really cannot tell what the coach must do. The team looked so disjointed especially in defence. I cannot say much about Sundowns' win in a game where one saw three halves, the first lasting 40 minutes, then another lasting five minutes, then a third one lasting 45 minutes.
"I still blame Kelly Khumalo for Bucs and Chiefs' defeats last week."