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Topic - Steven Pienaar
Just when it seemed Chelsea's reputation couldn't sink any lower, along came "Ballboygate."
Steven Pienaar will captain South Africa for the first time when Bafana Bafana play the United States next week in an exhibition at Cape Town.
"I'm not saying its the correct thing 2 do but when in the heat of the moment u just want the ball," Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar wrote on Twitter.