Football is a very emotional sport and its fans can be a very unforgiving bunch.

Players get huge amounts of praise when they perform well but they also face the harshest criticism when they fail to meet supporters’ levels of expectations on the field.

When that happens, it is very helpful to have a friend by your side that understands what you are going through and is able to help you take your mind off things.

Footballers have to have chemistry between them in the field of play for the team to function at its best and sometimes that chemistry is built off the field and then transferred onto it.

Footballers, much like any other group of colleagues, often strike up friendships that go beyond the field of play or work environment.

Here are some of the best bromances in Mzansi football.

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George Lebese and Keagan Buchanan

Although these two Midfielders play for rival clubs, there is no rivalry between the two of them and they share a very good friendship.

Their photos on Instagram suggest they have a lot of fun together

Teko Modise and Vincent Kobola

The Cape Town City duo spend a lot of time together on the pitch and a lot more off the pitch.

They immediately hit it off when Teko Joined Vincent at City making their bromance perhaps one of the most notable ones.

Bongani Zungu and Keagan Dolly

A friendship that began when they were both still playing for Tshwane giants Mamelodi Sundowns, the two Midfielders have rekindled their friendship in France where they both currently ply their trade, Bongani with Amiens and Keagan with Montpellier.

George Maluleke and Itumeleng Khune 

They might look like a bit of an odd couple considering one is a Goalkeeper and the other a Midfielder, but what they do have in common is that they both play for Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs and they share a brotherhood that would take a lot to break.

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Ryan Moon and Brylon Petersen

The two young guns have been very supportive of one another as they tried to break into the Kaizer Chiefs senior team.

Striker Ryan has even managed to break into the starting eleven recently while his mate Goalkeeper Brylon has a tougher task on his hands trying to get his name up the pecking order ahead of Itumeleng Khune and Brilliant Khuzwayo

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