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This weekend of sport sees the start of SuperRugby, plus a whole lot of football, cricket and golf. On the story front Germany may have fixed the 2006 World Cup bid, Caster Semenya's court battles continue, and Shannon Gabriel makes things right after his homophobic slur towards Joe Root.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's fairytale start at the helm of Man United has finally come to an end, but this has to be seen in the right context. More on the Champions League, Joe Root does the right thing following a homophobic slur from a cricketer with a girl's name, and the Proteas to test Sri Lanka in more ways than one.
Man City flex their muscles in a big way by thrashing Chelsea to go top of the league. A couple of Southampton fans prove they are the biggest pricks in the world. Another Soweto drawby, the Windies come back to earth against England in the 3rd test, and the Aussies are being wet blankets about going to Pakistan. Six Nations, plus some golf in a whirlwind wrap of the weekend.
A French porn website is making a bold foray into rugby sponsorship, and it may increase live attendance. UEFA to start a live streaming site, Emiliano Sala's body confirmed in the downed plane wreckage, Brooks Koepka calling out Sergio Garcia for being a little bitch, and the incoming Sri Lanka tour of SA highlighting the dire need for better scheduling in test cricket.
Suspicions are mounting around the future of Ottis Gibson as Proteas coach, with a return to England becoming a discussed outcome. Super Bowl stuff, inflatable penises at a football match, a woman has died from watching baseball, and Qatar still not great when it comes to treating migrant labour that nicely.
The #SuperHeroSunday concept went well with people actually watching SupeRugby teams play live again. The Proteas hold on for a famous T20 series win over Pakistan, but England again fail miserably against the West Indies. Man City thrash Arsenal, and a big weekend of golf sees Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson picking up big wins.
An incredibly busy sporting weekend awaits. SA's SuperRugby teams are set to thrill 50,000 fans in superhero outfits, a huge golfing weekend sees the best in the world mostly chasing money in Saudi Arabia, plus Man City look to cut Liverpool's EPL lead. Beckham and his mates buy into a small football club, plus the T20 series between SA and Pakistan.
The Aussies Open finals weekend is here, and the cream has very much risen to the top. An interesting weekend of cricket in tests and ODIs, missing footballer search called off, and Thierry Henry fired already at Monaco. Huge weekend of golf and the round of 32 in the Nedbank Cup. Good weekend to be on the couch really.
It's down to the business end of the Aussie Open, and Tsitsipas is still in it. Cristiano Ronaldo isn't going to prison, just paying an even bigger tax fraud fine. Banyana Banyana get a draw against Sweden, but how much money does that make them? Usain Bolt calls it quits on the football dream, Pakistan's captain caught in a racial slur in the loss to the Proteas, and Virat Kohli is amazing.
Pat Lambie has decided to call it quits on his rugby career after continued concussion-related symptoms. Banyana Banyana suffer a narrow loss to The Netherlands, Sundowns win a fiery CAF Champions League encounter, Pacquiao wants to fight Mayweather again, the Proteas lose to Pakistan, and the latest from the Aussie Open.
Former rugby player Earl Rose has been caught (allegedly) stealing golf clubs on camera, and this story really is as weird as it sounds. Kurtley Beale is doing more Kurtley Beale stuff, FIFA consider making Qatar a 48 team World Cup, the Aussie Open money, and the big fixtures for the weekend ahead.
Supersport's monopoly on the best sport on TV is set to be shaken up as ICASA want greater sports coverage to the general population. Sounds great in theory, but sadly the real world economics of this just won't add up. Steven Kitshoff set for a big money move to England after the World Cup, Harry Kane out until March, Proteas players moving up in the test rankings, and Andy Murray still the talk of the Aussie Open.
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