The Carwash with Teko Modise & Sean Roberts

Welcome to The Carwash with Teko Modise and Sean Roberts! Together with our host, Sloo Phaho, we discuss the week in local football before previewing the weekend’s matches.

In our variety talk show, we cover all of the leading football stories of the week. Don't miss our feature segments like ‘This Week In Football History’, ’10 Quickfire Questions’, ‘International News Desk’ and more!

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16
JUL

‘Pitso Is Playing Mind Games With Chiefs’

With the CAF Champions League coming to a close, all eyes will be watching Kaizer Chiefs as they appear in their first-ever Champions League final, during a season that has been an emotional rollercoaster for fans. Football matches don’t get bigger than this, Chiefs vs Al Ahly, Chiefs vs Pitso, who will prevail as Champions of Africa? Speaking on the SL Podcast’s ‘The Carwash’ former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns star Teko Modise states that “This match, is David vs Goliath.” With Al Ahly being the favorites, a true underdog story can be made from Chiefs’ season if they can just add the cherry on top; only 90 minutes separate these two teams from continental victory.

With Pitso ‘Jingles’ Mosimane having coached in South Africa, more specifically Sundowns, he will be well aware of the dangers that Kaizer Chiefs pose, and with the starting line-up Al Ahly have announced, the awareness of those dangers is prominent. “He knows how to trigger Nurkovic,” says Teko Modise during the conversation and analysis of the CAF Champions League Final.

In the latest episode of The SL Podcasts’ “The Carwash,” former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates star Teko Modise joins former Mamelodi Sundowns and Ajax Cape Town goalie Sean Roberts to discuss, breakdown and preview the CAF Champions League final which features Kaizer Chiefs for the first time in history, with a staggering reputation in the competition, Al Ahly will be incredibly tough to beat, but never say never. Later in the show, the crew is joined by Soccer Laduma International news Correspondent Kurt Buckerfield to talk about Magical Messi, a breakdown of the European Championship final, as well as international transfer ‘Bizniz.’ The gents also give thanks to Reneilwe “Yeye” Letsholonyana for being such a magnificent servant of the game, the COSAFA Cup semi-final draw as well as the return of Gavin Hunt.
08
JUL

Who Will Conquer Europe?

In the inaugural episode of ‘The Carwash Extras’ series, former Mamelodi Sundowns and Ajax Cape Town goalie Sean Roberts sits down with Soccer Laduma International news correspondent Kurt Buckerfield to discuss the latest news revolving around the International game. As we are all well aware, the European Championships have officially reached the business end with one fixture left to play, being the final. England have reached a final in a major tournament for the first time in three decades. Gareth Southgate and his ‘Three Lions’ will come up against a very determined Italian outfit. The Azzurri are currently unbeaten in 33 matches, having not lost a game since September 2018. England proved to be too dominant against Denmark, whereas Italy were strong defensively, yet shaky up front. This is the moment that the world has been waiting for and the question remains, who will conquer Europe? Only time will tell.

Former Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Sean Roberts and Soccer Laduma International news correspondent Kurt Buckerfield also dive deep into the mind of Barcelona as the club faces a massive financial crisis; Until they pay off their debt and lower their wage bill, the likes of Sergio Aguero and Memphis Depay MAY NOT be registered as official Barcelona players and therefore not being able to play. The guys also discuss the COPA America final, featuring Brazil and Argentina, could this be Messi’s first major trophy with La Albiceleste?
01
JUL

‘SAFA Didn’t Have A Choice’

With the COSAFA Cup only a few days away, all eyes will be on the National team, as Bafana Bafana finds themselves in a group with Botswana, Lesotho, and Eswatini. Recent news has shown that Orlando Pirates have refused to release 3 plays from club duty, to represent their country as the club wants these players to be well-rested for the start of the new PSL season, as heading off for international duty promotes risk to injuries and fatigue. Orlando Pirates have been competing in the PSL as well as the Confederations Cup, sometimes playing 3 games a week. “This is way more than the normal amount of games for a team,” said Orlando Pirates Spokesperson. Speaking on the SL Podcast’s “The Carwash” Sean Roberts and Teko Modise agreed with the Buccaneers’ decision regarding the matter of the COSAFA Cup.

In the latest episode of “The Carwash” former Mamelodi Sundowns and Ajax Cape Town goalie Sean Roberts, and former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates star Teko Modise, dive deep in conversation about the upcoming COSAFA Cup. The crew also discuss the latest news in transfer business, inclusive of Kaizer Chiefs offering short-term contracts to allow a full-strength team to face Al Ahly in the CAF Champions League Final. Later in the show, Soccer Laduma International news correspondent Kurt Buckerfield joins the show to discuss the latest news and drama surrounding the EURO 2020, Messi being a free agent, and the current situation with Kylian Mbappe!
24
JUN

“Will The PSL Step In?”

This week has had some interesting outbreaks of news revolving around the local game. Royal AM and Cippa United were set to partake in a PSL Playoff fixture, however, a few moments before the game was set to commence, Royal AM started boycotting and eventually left the stadium, forcing forfeit. Causing huge controversy, it has now come out that Royal AM owner, Shauwn Mkhize, has said that she and the team will honour the playoff against Chippa. Speaking on the Carwash, Former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates star, Teko Modise says “Will they be punished and pay for damages?” This news has caused many mixed feelings around South Africa, with some agreeing with Mkhiizes’ decision and some not so much. “It’s good to see people standing up for what they believe in,” says Teko Modise.
Another big talking point coming out of the last week is that Helman Mkhalele has announced his selected team for the upcoming COSAFA Cup, set to begin in Gqeberha, in July. Bafana Bafana has been drawn in a group with Botswana, Lesotho, and Eswatini, when speaking on the matter, former Ajax Cape Town and Mamelodi Sundowns goalie, Sean Roberts expresses that “although the group may seem easy, it puts pressure on Bafana and we all know what happens to Bafana under pressure.”

In the latest episode of SL Podcast’s “The Carwash” Former Mamelodi Sundowns star Teko Modise and former Ajax Cape Town & Downs goalie Sean Roberts discuss the CAF Champions League Semi-finals second leg fixtures with Kaizer Chiefs sitting in a somewhat comfortable position, the selected squad for Bafana, who will feature at the COSAFA Cup in July, as well as the boycotting that was done by Shauwn Mkhize and Royal AM. Later in the show, the Carwash crew is joined by Soccer Laduma international news correspondent, Kurt Buckerfield to talk about all things EURO 2020, as well as an in-depth breakdown of the game of the week!
17
JUN

Teko: 'Chiefs Don't Need To Lose'

With the Semi-Finals of the CAF Champions League around the corner, all eyes will be on Kaizer Chiefs as they take on Moroccon giants, Wydad AC. Amakhosi came up against Wydad in the group stages, spoils were shared as both teams were victorious on one occasion. Will things be different this time around? Only time will time. Speaking on the Carwash, Former Mamelodi Sundowns, and Ajax Cape Town goalkeeper, Sean Roberts said “They look like a different team, they look like they want to play under Stuart Baxter!” It will be all to play for as this is the first CAF Champions League tournament for the Amakhosi Faithful, and getting to the SemiFinals is highly impressive.
Kaizer Chiefs will come up against Wydad AC in the CAF Champions League semi-finals, with the first leg being a home game for the Moroccon Giants, it will be extremely vital for Amakhosi to cause prevention in terms of conceding goals. Former Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates, and Bafana Bafana star, Teko Modise, analyses the current situation in the Chief's camp and said “Chiefs don’t need to lose.”

In the latest episode of SL Podcast’s “The Carwash” Former Mamelodi Sundowns star Teko Modise and former Ajax Cape Town & Downs goalie Sean Roberts discuss the CAF Champions League Semi-finals, what’s next for George Maluleka after a season of minimal appearances,as well as the news that Keagan Buchanon has signed for a new team! Later in the show, the Carwash crew is joined by Soccer Laduma international news correspondent, Kurt Buckerfield to talk about all things EURO 2020, as well as an in-depth breakdown of the game of the week!
10
JUN

Teko: ‘Chiefs Know What To Do’

With the news that Stuart Baxter and Kaizer Chiefs are being reunited after 6 years causing a wavelength in the local game, everyone is thinking about how he will make a difference in Naturena. The answer is simple, Baxter understands the culture in the Amakhosi camp as well as the culture of South African football. Let's not forget that as of July 2021, Kaizer Chiefs and Stuart Baxter will no longer be constrained by the transfer ban that FIFA had issued, “I seriously hope Baxter gets given an open checkbook,” Roberts commented on the topic, continuing to say that if Baxter is able to sign who he wants, we will see a very different Chiefs outfit come next season. Speaking on this matter, Teko Modise provides an in-depth analysis of the current situation with Kaizer Chiefs, saying “Chiefs know what to do.”

In The latest episode of SL Podcast’s “The Carwash,'' featuring Former Mamelodi Sundowns star Teko Modise and former Ajax Cape Town & Downs goalie Sean Roberts, the crew come together to talk about the positives of Kaizer Chiefs’ future. Teko and Sean also hold discussions about the recent PSL awards. Later in the show, we are joined by Kurt Buckerfield, Soccer Laduma international news correspondent to talk about all things EURO 2020.
03
JUN

What’s Next For Hunt?

With Kaizer Chiefs and Gavin Hunt parting ways, after the club decided to terminate Hunts’ contract with immediate effect, the future of Gavin Hunt is hanging in the air and only time will tell where the former Bidvest Wits coach will go. Speaking on the Carwash, former Mamelodi Sundowns star Teko Modise says “He won’t be without a job longer than 2 months.” The future coach of Kaizer Chiefs has not yet been decided, as Arthur Zwane and Dillon Sheppard are acting coaches in the interim, however, rumours are that Stuart Baxter may make a surprise return to Amakhosi.

In the latest episode of the SL Podcast’s “The Carwash” with former Bafana Bafana star Teko Modise and former Ajax Cape Town goalie Sean Roberts, the crew discuss if Baxter is the right man for the job; “He is respected amongst many” says Sean Roberts when discussing the matter.
27
MAY

‘Pitso Didn’t Deserve That’

In light of recent events revolving around Mamelodi Sundowns fans, the Carwash crew reacts to the disappointing scenes that occurred in Pretoria, where an angry ‘mob’ of Sundowns fans were verbally and visually abusing coach Pitso in the Al Ahly Team bus. “It is a total embarrassment for football,” Roberts said when discussing this huge matter.

Speaking on the SL Podcast’s “The Carwash,” Teko Modise and Sean Roberts express their feelings of disgust towards the incident involving an angry mob of Mamelodi Sundowns fans and how they treat former coach Pitso Mosimane. “How can this behaviour be condoned?” expresses Teko, shaking his head to this matter. The Carwash crew also react to a recent interview with Molefi Ntseki and how the former Bafana Bafana coach feels he was mistreated when being told he would be the assistant

In the latest episode of the SL Podcast’s “The Carwash” with former Bafana Bafana star Teko Modise and former Ajax Cape Town goalie Sean Roberts, the guys discuss the latest of South African football, including the PSL Awards Nominations as the list has been revealed which features Mamelodi Sundowns in just about every applicable category. “They are going to dominate the next 5 years of the PSL” says Sean Roberts as he talks about Downs winning a 4th PSL title in 5 years. The crew also predicts the UEFA Champions League Final, with Manchester City being crowned heavy favourites against an inconsistent Chelsea.
20
MAY

It’s Pitso vs Sundowns

With The quarter finals of the CAF Champions League well underway, Kaizer Chiefs have already placed one foot into the semi-finals after beating Simba 4-0 in the first leg. However, Mamelodi Sundowns were not met with the same fate as they came up against their former coach Pitso Mosimane and Al Ahly. Sundowns were beaten 2-0 leaving it all to play for in the second leg scheduled to take place on 22 May in Pretoria. Teko Modise says “An away goal would’ve made a huge difference” when discussing Downs’ chances of going through to the semi finals. “It’s actually Pitso vs Sundowns,” said Sean Roberts when giving his opinion on the match.
On the latest episode of the Carwash(Proudly brought to you by Heineken), Roberts and Modise also discuss the current coaching situation that is happening at Chippa United have fired Vladislav Heric with a mere two games to go in the DStv Premiership season. Sean and Teko also share their opinions on the rumours of SuperSport United having been sold with Teko saying “The PSL needs to step in and do something about the buying and selling of clubs.” Both Sean and Teko agree with the fact that more background checks need to be done in order for clubs to be bought.

In the full podcast, the crew also make predictions for the second leg fixtures of the CAF Champions League, reacts to the first leg results as well as talk about the return of Karim Benzema to international football!
13
MAY

The Carwash PSL Awards!

With Mamelodi Sundowns now one victory away from being confirmed as DStv Premiership champions for the fourth season running, supporters and football pundits have begun their season retrospective, picking who the player and coach of the season candidates are. In the latest episode of the SL Podcast's "The Carwash" (brought to you by Heineken), the crew debates who will win honours once the season concludes in just under a month's time.

Former Ajax Cape Town goalie Sean Roberts backs Amazulu coach Benni McCarthy to win Coach of the Year, stating that his achievements this season have been "miraculous". Former Sundowns star Teko Modise argues that Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi should capture the honour on behalf of Downs coaching trio (including Rulani Mokwena & Steve Komphela). Both Roberts and Modise back Masandawana striker Peter Shalulile to win Player of the Season.

In the full podcast, the Carwash Crew also react to TTM FC's Nedbank Cup triumph, Pep Guardiola's impact at Manchester City and more!
06
MAY

Hugo Broos Lands Bafana Job: A Breakdown...

Belgian football manager Hugo Broos has been announced as the South African national team head coach, replacing Molefi Ntseki who was sacked following Bafana Bafana's failure to qualify for the upcoming Africa Cup Of Nations (AFCON). This news follows weeks of speculation linking Amazulu coach Benni McCarthy & former Bafana coach Carlos Queiroz with the role. In the latest episode of The SL Podcast's "The Carwash" (brought to you by Heineken), the Carwash crew give their breakdown and criticism of the decision.

Former Mamelodi Sundowns & Bafana star Teko Modise criticised the decision, being of the opinion that a younger, local coach should've gotten the job if South Africa is looking to rebuild the national team over the next decade. Fellow Carwash host & former Sundowns goalie Sean Roberts also states that he's happy Amazulu coach Benni McCarthy turned down the job, as he is hoping to see him find more success with 'Usuthu'.

In the full podcast, the crew also give their thoughts on the state of SAFA, discuss Oupa Manyisa's struggles and preview the Nedbank Cup final between TTM & Chippa United.
30
APR

"What Pitso Told Me Years Ago..." (Brought To You By Heineken)

While Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has reportedly rejected an offer from the South African Football Association (SAFA) to replace Molefi Ntseki as the national team coach, according to one of his former star players, Mosimane is not done with international football just yet. Former Mamelodi Sundowns star Teko Modise, who played under 'Jingles' throughout his stay at Chloorkop, has opened up about a conversation they had years ago in which the 56-Year-Old mentor revealed one of his football dreams.

In the latest episode of the SL Podcast's "The Carwash" (brought to you by Heineken), Modise states, "I remember having a conversation with coach Pitso a long time ago. He said he wants to coach at the World Cup. He's now coaching in Egypt, and in the champions league and the biggest tournaments, but [in future] I see that happening. With Bafana Bafana, we know it's not gonna happen, if he had to come back, it would be the same people that he fought with when he was Bafana coach. I still see Pitso coaching at the World Cup, whether it's [2026] or whatever."

In the full podcast, the Carwash crew give their breakdowns of Kaizer Chiefs' recent form, grade Orlando Pirates' season so far and give analysis for the first legs of the UEFA Champions League semi-finals

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