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We are in the new year and have set ourselves goals to achieve in 2008.
Many club officials and players have also set themselves goals to achieve this year and we wish them success.
Here is the list of some of their wishes for 2008 that Usuzwile Mkhozi gathered at the weekend:
Jacob "Cellular" Sakala, the Winnerspark head coach, wants to live by his epithet and work for a leading cellphone company.
Jean Marc-Ithier, who was recently relieved of his duties as head coach of Santos after they appointed David Bright, is said to be pursuing a career in modelling.
He is also said to be recruiting the equally tall Mamelodi Sundowns' forward Lungisani Ndlela to the modelling industry.
Ndlela is said to be over the moon about the prospect of being a model.
The lanky one was last week fired by the Johannesburg zoo after a week as a specialist hired to pick girrafes' teeth.
Naughty Ndlela, following Benson Mhlongo's advice and on their way from some "happy-place' in Alexandra, used a wire hanger rather than a toothpick to do his job on this particular instance.
David Thidiela, the Black Leopards' boss, is said to be angry with the high level of crime in the country that he wants to return to the police department.
Since many swear that Thidiela has been a good and respected cop we cannot discourage him from becoming a cop again.
Who knows, he could possibly assist the ever dribbled "Operation Dribble".
Generations, the SABC1 soapie, is so popular that Mickey Modisane, the Orlando Pirates' mouthpiece, wants to feature in it this year.
He has lately been complaining that he out-dances all available PROs, including Putco Mafani, who a few months ago flew out of the Kaizer Chiefs' nest to Platinum Stars.
There are also a number of club officials and players who sometimes don't like what we write about them and for that they actually now want to take up journalism as a career.
Since we are not jealous, we members of the Fourth Estate will welcome them to the profession.
l On Fabian McCarthy:
Anything is possible these days, more so with the endless eletricity load shedding.
The devil goes to South Africa and there he meets Fabian McCarthy and asks: "Do you know who I am? "
McCarthy says: "Nee, jy's nie van dié plek nie (you are not from here). Nee broer. Give me a hint."
The devil says: "I'm the prince of darkness."
McCarthy: "Oh, jy's die bigshot by Eskom."