Kaizer Chiefs Top & Ntseki the very cheap option

South Africa took plenty L's during the international window when no African country wanted to play a friendly against Bafana Bafana because of the xenophobic violence sweeping across the country.

It's an indictment on how South Africans have treated foreign nationals of late and in the past and we had accomplished Sowetan journalists Tiyani wa ka Mabasa and Sihle Ndebele in the studio to unpack what the chaos did for Bafana's plans for the future.

The pair also dove into the Molefi Ntseki appointment as Bafana coach, calling it a "very cheap" option. Mabasa details where else SAFA could have looked for a coach with better credentials, even with the shoestring budget that they now operate with.

We also delved into the Premier Soccer League, which is led by Kaizer Chiefs, to many people's surprise. Are the title contenders this year? Well, they are unbeaten in four matches so far and won three of those.

Ndebele pegged Lebogang Manyama as the fulcrum of Amakhosi's revival, plus the key return of Eric Mathoho, which has bolstered the team's backline. Seems like coach Ernst Middedorp has found his sweet spot at Naturena.