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Bloem Celtic claim top spot with victory over Pirates

BLOEMFONTEIN, August 19  – Bloemfontein Celtic are the new log leaders in the Premiership after beating Orlando Pirates 1-0 at the Free State Stadium on Sunday. Steve Komphela’s side showed great character in outclassing a Pirates team without any real bite upfront. The match started with the visitors dictating play, but without really creating any […]

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