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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12
NOV

Teko Opens Up About Senzo

At the recent unveiling of Senzo Meyiwa's tombstone in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Teko Modise opens up on the Carwash about Senzo and the kind of person he was.
12
OCT

A Warning To Sundowns' New Signings

1:55: Sundowns New Coach(es) & Signings
27:07: International News Desk: Transfer Deadline Day Reaction
37:14: Pirates Release 8 Players
39:55: Can Chiefs Afford To Lose Nurkovic
52:00: Bongani Zungu Joins Rangers!
01
OCT

Why Pitso Chose Al-Ahly Over Downs

Pitso Mosimane, arguably South Africa’s most successful coach ever, has left Mamelodi Sundowns after eight seasons with the team, to join Egyptian giants Al Ahly. He leaves just weeks after completing a historic treble with the team, and four months after signing a four-year contract extension with Masandawana. While he has rightfully been sent many messages of praise for contributions to South African football, many have questioned his decision to leave so soon after extending his stay at Chloorkop. On the latest episode of the SL Podcast’s ‘The Carwash’, the crew break down Mosimane’s new bumper deal with Al Ahly.

In the full podcast, they also debate whether rumoured tensions behind the scenes may have influenced his decisions, particularly with the recent Tebogo Langerman saga fresh on everyone’s minds. In the recent Nedbank Cup final, a suspended Langerman was included in Downs’ matchday squad and was nearly introduced as a substitute. The issue could’ve seen them stripped of the title, but did see them heavily fined.
23
SEP

Gavin's Dilemma At Kaizer Chiefs

Given Kaizer Chiefs current transfer ban, and the time it takes for FIFA to process appeals, what choices does Gavin Hunt have to make at Kaizer Chiefs after taking the helm as coach? Teko Modise and Sean Roberts answer this question and more on the latest episode of the Carwash.
17
SEP

'If Zwane Doesn't Win It, I'll Give Him One Of Mine'

Going Through The Carwash:

- Carwash Premiership Player Of The Season Awards (02:30)
- Is Mourinho Still The Special One? (25:50)
- Highlands Park Sale Latest! (36:00)
- 10 Quick Fire Questions: Veli Mothwa (42:50)
- The Struggle At TTM & Highlands Park (44:20)
- PSL Playoffs Watch! (48:20)
10
SEP

Firing Middendorp Won't Solve The Problems

In Episode 43 of The Carwash Podcast, the gents debate how Kaizer Chiefs can strengthen ahead of the upcoming season, why this title was emotional for Sundowns Coach Pitso Mosimane & what Barcelona’s expectations for the new season should be now that Lionel Messi has opted to stay.

Also Going through the Carwash Today:
- Why This Title Was Emotional For Pitso
- Can James Rodriguez Shine At Everton?
- Why Pirates Are The Team To Beat Next Season!
- Who Are Sundowns’ Best Signings So Far?

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