Elizabeth-Jane Ringrose, through her latter years at high school and her five year degree study at Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg, has been an avid soccer fan.
After her graduation from Wits this year she left to seek her fortune in England.
She remains an avid fan of the soccer world and her ardent writing on the sport attests to this fact.
Your courage and fortitude in reaching your ‘goals’, literally and metaphorically Elizabeth, have placed you in a deserving position for fame and fortune!
My wish is that all who read and follow your writing, will share them with others, so as they may enjoy reading as much as you have the writing.
Manchester United and Chelsea are truly down in the dumps right now, 8 points from 6 games and falling fast down the table. Both have iconic players at the helm in Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Frank Lampard, but are they cut out to manage two of the biggest football clubs in England?
Yet something is working at Chelsea that United can’t seem to get right anymore, playing the kids.
Their transfer dealings or lack of transfer dealings could be the reason for the inconsistent start from United and Chelsea. Chelsea were dealt a difficult hand as they were slapped with a transfer ban after being found guilty of irregular youth recruitment. The red devils, on the other hand, reverted to basics; signing young and hungry British players.
Christian Pulisic was the only new player to walk through the doors of Stamford Bridge as he was purchased in January but remained at Dortmund on loan…
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