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SuperSport United have firmly established themselves as one of the top club’s in the country, attracting the best players and coaches to the capital.
Often regarded as a selling club in the past, Matsatsantsa can now compete with the ‘big three’ when it comes to luring top talent.
SuperSport CEO Stan Matthews is eager to bring back league success to the Pretoria side, and is hoping the club will be in contention for the 2016-17 Absa Premiership title.
In Stuart Baxter, SuperSport have an outstanding coach who has enjoyed recent success in South Africa's Premier Soccer League. The former Kaizer Chiefs mentor, who won four titles in his time with the Amakhosi, masterminded SuperSport's run to Nedbank Cup glory last season.
The Tshwane club finished the previous campaign in eighth spot, 31 points behind run-away leaders Mamelodi Sundowns. SuperSport United have won the Absa Premiership title on three previous occasions (2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10).
|SuperSport Utd||vs||Platinum Stars||27 May 17||Lucas Moripe Stadium|
|Chippa United||vs||SuperSport Utd||17 May 17||Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium|
|SuperSport Utd||vs||Cape Town City FC||09 May 17||Lucas Moripe Stadium|
|SuperSport Utd||0 - 1||Mamelodi Sundowns||19 Apr 17||Lucas Moripe Stadium||Report|
|Mamelodi Sundowns||5 - 0||SuperSport Utd||13 Apr 17||Loftus Versveld Stadium||Report|
|SuperSport Utd||0 - 1||Baroka FC||01 Apr 17||Mbombela Stadium||Report|
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|ABSA PREMIERSHIP 2016/17 TEAM RECORD|
|LAST 10 HOME:||4||2||0||2||9||2||7||3||0||6|
|LAST 10 AWAY:||6||3||1||2||7||11||0||1||0||10|