END OF SASOL LEAGUE FOR UJ

University of Johannesburg #UjWomenFootball have reached the end of their sasol league season sitting on #4 with nine points out of Seven games in their second leg of Sasol Women’s league Gauteng Province Sasol Women’s football logstanding.

Right behind the #OrangeArmy is Croesus ladies football club Croesus FC with seven points and a game still to be played against JVWFC JVWFC.

 

IMPORTANT: THERE ARE TWO STREAMS IN THE SASOL LEAGUE, A-STREAM AND B-STREAM WHICH CONSISTS OF EIGHT TEAMS ON BOTH STREAMS. THE TOP FOUR TEAMS FROM EACH STREAM WILL COMPETE IN “TOP8” AND THE WINNER WILL BE CROWNED AS #1 CHAMPIONS IN GAUTENG.

 

Will the Uj ladies crack the top 4 ? #UjWomenFootball

Comment and interact on social media @BlaqqCassieDee @Uj_Sports @SasolSA #WomenFootballMzansi img_20161022_204802

WELCOME BACK

I took a long break from posting on the blog. Along the break I was analysing, questioning and doing research on how I can keep this blog FUN, INFORMATIVE, CONTROVERSIAL AND SUCCESSFUL.

SCHEDULE FOR THE BLOG IS AS FOLLOW.

  • MONDAYS-MAN CRUSH MONDAYS #mcmUJFCscreenshot_2017-02-20-23-25-06-11feature on a single player or the coach will be on this day (Mondays). The feature will include the players personal profile-achievements, aspirations, role models, future plans and what lead to their selection of being featured on the blog.  Get to know your Varsity Football players at The University of Johannesburg #UJFOOTBALLCLUB #UJALLTHEWAY #mcmUJFC @Uj_sport.

 

“NTSIKI” MAKES U/20 NATIONAL TEAM

#OrangeArmy first team boys Katlego “Ntsiki” Ntsabeleng has been making headlines in the #VarsityFootballCup and it was no surprise when the young man was rumoured to be called up for national duty and make up the squad known as “Amajita”.

During his season in the #VarsityFootballCup Ntsiki has scored numerous goals, assisted with scoring and defense and entertaining the crowd  with his outstanding football skills and showing no fear for the opponents“Ntsiki” makes waves.

 

An up-close and personal profile with the 18 year old Sports Management student will follow soon.

STAY TUNED, comment and interact with us on social media twitter @BlaqqCassieDee @UJ_Sport #OrangeArmy. Let us know what you think about this young man’s football career.

 

ntsiki

 

UJ BOYS VICTORY

On Saturday 22 October 2016 the #OrangeArmy, Male first team won 4-1 in their SAB League game against Porto FC.

 

Goals were scored by Tshepo Tolo, Tressure Dlamini and Pogiso Mabote.

 

CONGRATULATIONS #OrangeArmyimg-20161023-wa0013 Interact with us on social media Twitter @BlaqqCassieDee @Uj_Sport

TWITTER EXPERIENCE

img_20160927_125511_238The past two weeks I have been posting on twitter articles relating and related to my blog post “MySoccerGirlblog” which circulates around varsity sports, in particular women football as the central them of the blog. The articles which I have identified during my days on twitter are articles by @SasolSA, which is the highest women’s football league in South Africa which comprises of teams from various parts of the country to compete and its one of the leagues UJ women’s football participates in.

 illustrates the trials that were held for female matriculants to join the UJ women first team the following year. Articles on international football league results from @SkySportsNewsHQ    , as my blog primarily is about Football updates, debates, results and activities within the football world. There were various articles from @VarsitySportsSA on my timeliene highlighting netball results and not so much on football aswell as sports motivational quotes for my followers to stay motivated and entertained from  @Sports_Greats #UjAllTheWay .

I got feedback on the articles which I posted on my timeline, there were comments, likes and retweets from individuals and organisations that I had tagged in my posts to raise awareness about women football, results and fixtures. The hashtag which I was using  lured these people to view and interact with my tweets.

In future I will include video clips and more images of the ladies training sessions, games and the stadium which they train and play at and make it more vibrant and interesting.varsity-image

2016 WOMEN’S VARSITY Football#Potchefstroom

img_20160925_131208_476It is that time of the year#VarsityFootball #IyaChesa!

The 2016  Male Varsity Football sent The University of Johannesburg (Uj) into Finals with Tshwane University of Technology(TUT) which will take place on 22.09.2016, TUT stadium. TUT will look to defend their championship title against the underdogs #Uj!

 

The Female teams have been well preparing themselves for their varsity football cup which will kick start from the 15th-19th of September 2016 in Potchefstroom,South Africa.WomensVarsityFootballFixtures

 

Eight Teams from South African universities will be competing for the title and these include University of Western Cape (UWC), Northwest University (NWU),  The University of Johannesburg(UJ),  Centrak University Of Technology (CUT), University of Cape town (UCT), University Of Free State (UFS-kovsies), Tshwane University Of Technology (TUT) and The University of Pretoria (Tuks).

 

Will the UJ ladies join their boys in TUT  and go all the way to finals ? Or will the defending Champions TUT keep their trophy on their home ground ad please their fans? Or will it be UWC ladies fighting through to the finals taking the trophy all the way back to the cape? It is definatly gona be one tournament to remember as there will be scouts looking for new players into the national team and international interests as well as cash prizes such as One thousand rand everyday given after every game to an outstanding player in the game.MaleVarsitySportsResultsAndFixtures

 

STAY TUNED! #DONTMISSAN UPDATEWITHDEE! #VarsityFootball #IyaChesa

DREAMS THAT A SOCCER GIRL HAS

There she goes every morning, afternoon and evening like any other soccer player with her boot bag filled with shin guards, ankle guard, bandage, strappings and all that she needs to survive on the pitch. Shes a girl with dreams of a soccer player, but she doesn’t get recognition. Do you know how hard she works?

 

They tell her, “it’s just a sport”. But why is it not just a sport when a boy goes out to play the same sport. Same soccer pitch. Same game rules. Same Soccer ball. Same songs. Same passion. Same dream.90 minutes just like a man would play is the same 90 minutes she endures on that pitch. Are there levels to this sport?

 

But yet shes a girl.She can not have the same recognition.