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Monday, 15 July, 2002, 12:02 GMT 13:02 UK

SOUTH AFRICA

Sono resigns as SA coach
Jomo Sono quits his post as South Africa's coach and recommends that Trott Moloto be appointed in his place.

Mbeki hails SA's heroes
South Africa president Thabo Mbeki congratulates the Bafana Bafana squad as they attend the country's parliament.

Fortune tempted by J-League
South Africa's Quinton Fortune has been offered a "lucrative deal" with an unnamed Japanese club.

Heartbreak for South Africa
A double from Raul gives Spain a 3-2 win and sends South Africa crashing out of the World Cup.

Sono blames three mistakes
South Africa coach Jomo Sono identifies three errors for his side's heartbreaking World Cup exit.

Clockwatch: S Africa 2-3 Spain
All the action as South Africa make a dramatic exit following their 3-2 defeat by Spain.

Spain ready for bigger tests
Coach Jose Camacho thinks Spain's 100% record in Group B stands them in good stead for the later rounds.

SA's key men out to prove point
South Africa's Quinton Fortune and Benni McCarthy are especially keen to put a victory over Spain in the deciding match of Group B.

Boro slam McCarthy agent
Middlesbrough criticise Benni McCarthy's agent over his handling of negotiations over the player's failed move to the club.

Khompela praises Sono
Steve Khompela, who captained South Africa out of isolation in the early '90s, says Jomo Sono has restored morale to a stricken side.

S Africa send Slovenia home
South Africa boost their chances of reaching the last 16 with a 1-0 win over Slovenia.

Sono on a high
South Africa record their first World Cup finals win to give themselves a great chance of qualifying for the second round.

Katanec defends dismissal
Slovenia coach Srecko Katanec says he had done nothing to deserve being dismissed from the touchline during their defeat by South Africa.

Clockwatch: S Africa 1-0 Slovenia
All the action from Daegu as South Africa claim their first World Cup finals victory to send Slovenia out of the tournament.

Radebe's pride at record
Lucas Radebe says it is a great honour to leading his team at the World Cup after breaking the South Africa appearance record.

Arendse joins injury list
South African trio Andre Arendse, Pierre Issa and Teboho Mokoena are doubts for Saturday's game with Slovenia.

Mnguni flies home
South Africa's Bennett Mnguni returns to Pretoria after learning his brother has died.

Mokoena gets goal credit
Teboho Mokoena has been credited with South Africa's first against Paraguay, initally given as an own goal.

The World Cup stats
Statistical analysis of South Africa's performance in the finals.

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