'SA Women Are Not Supported' - Modise

In this Woman’s Day Weekend Special, we catch up with former SAFA Technical director for women’s football, Fran Hilton Smith. Struggles, successes, sponsorships and more, Smith shares the realities of women’s football in South Africa. Banyana Banyana record goal-scorer, Portia Modise also shares her thoughts about the daily struggles of professional local players. She also urges more engagement by bigger clubs to up the profile of the women’s game locally. 
9 Aug 2019 English South Africa Sports · Sports

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