Parker relieved by break

Kaizer Chiefs striker Bernard Parker believes the current international break came at the right time for his side as they look to avoid an implosion in 2015.

Chabangu backing for Rosslee

Moroka Swallows striker Lerato Chabangu believes the club made the right choice appointing Craig Rosslee as the new head coach.

Niang ready to fight for place

Despite a severe lack of playing time since moving to Sundowns, Mame Niang is not becoming despondent, according to his agent Steve Kapeluschnik.

Tyson: Jinx ends today

South Africa defender Thulani Hlatshwayo is determined to help end the national team's long wait for victory over Nigeria when they lock horns on Sunday afternoon.

Khune expects Eagles scalp

South Africa goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune is confident of seeing off Nigeria following some focused training sessions leading up to Sunday's encounter.

Tinkler wants permanent job

Orlando Pirates coach Eric Tinkler has absolutely no qualms about the prospect of securing a permanent appointment at the club next season.

Barker aims for Stars

Amazulu coach Steve Barker said that a win would be a non-negotiable when his side plays Free State Stars at the Moses Mabhida Stadium next Saturday.

Mathebula hails Brockie and Klate

SuperSport United midfielder David Mathebula has praised the impact made by new signings Jeremy Brockie and Daine Klate.

Lentjies targets top eight

Maritzburg United midfielder Kurt Lentjies is still confident about his club's prospects of finishing among the top eight in the Premiership.

Ertugral backs Glamour Boys

Former Kaizer Chiefs coach Mushin Ertugral has no doubt in his mind that the Soweto giants will go on to win the Premiership title this season.

Mohlala believes in Sundowns

Lovers Mohlala feels that Mamelodi Sundowns can still win the Premiership title, despite being eight points behind leaders Kaizer Chiefs.

Dladla banks on extension

Football agent Steve Kapeluschnik remains confident that his client, Josta Dladla, will remain at Kaizer Chiefs next season, despite his contract drawing closer to an end.

Sarr: We are keeping busy

Issa Sarr believes a considerable amount of ground can be covered during the current international break, adding that Orlando Pirates have been keeping busy throughout.

Bibo: This season is not over

Pirates midfielder Thandani Ntshumayelo believes that a tremendous amount can still be salvaged from this season, despite seemingly being out of the title race.

Business as usual for Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs captain Tefu Mashamaite has reaffirmed that it will be business as usual at Naturena, despite there being an international break.

Copyright © TEAMtalk Media Group 2014     Pictures from Getty Images, Backpagepix and Gallo