In anticipation of this week’s 1152nd edition of Soccer Laduma, we preview some of the features included. The latest edition will be available at your nearest outlet tomorrow, Wednesday 4th December.
Lyle Lakay Interview
Former Cape Town City and Bloemfontein Celtic left-winger, Lyle Lakay, has enjoyed his time at Mamelodi Sundowns. Although coming off the bench, he has been slightly frustrated, find out how the Cape Town-born player aims to get more game time and touches on Sundowns’ chances of winning the league and the CAF Champions League.
Lehlohonolo Seema Interview
Current Bloemfontein Celtic head coach, Lehlohonolo Seema, seems to have found his footing at Siwelele. Starting at Siwelele as a player, he then got his big move to Orlando Pirates, but once he hung up his boots, he returned to the green and white, in a coaching capacity. From the junior ranks, Seema eventually got the top job and has done well, despite the club’s off-field problems.
Orlando Pirates Feature
Want to know why Orlando Pirates hasn’t quite hit the heights of last season despite the quality they have kept from last season and acquired over the transfer window? Soccer Laduma might have an answer of sorts. In this feature, we uncover the reasons some of the reasons why things just haven’t gone the way of the Buccaneers, so far this season.
Frederic Nsabiyumva Interview
This season, Chippa United have struggled for points this season, but they have seen a slight upsurge in form. Towering centre-back, Frederic Nsabiyumva has been one of the shining lights under head coach Norman Mapeza. Known as a cool character, Soccer Laduma’s Beaver Nazo caught up with the Burundi international to gain more insight into what can be done, as the Port Elizabeth-based side aim to stay in the Absa Premiership.
GladAfrica Championship interview
From his experience in the MDC, his personality to what it feels like sitting at the top of the league, Uthongathi FC striker, Menzi Ndwandwe, shares this and more, with Soccer Laduma.
In this week’s revolving column, Soccer Laduma caught up with Bidvest Wits goalkeeper, Ricardo Goss. The shot-stopper gave his insights following their first group stage CAF Confederation Cup draw against Horoya, the experience of playing around the continent, what Wits and aim to achieve and more.
In this week’s edition of our beloved Siyagobhoza, the crew reveals news concerning Kaizer Chiefs head coach, Ernst Middendorp. Although the German mentor has steered Amakhosi into serious title contention, all doesn’t seem well in Naturena. In this week’s edition, find out the extent of this division and the personalities involved.
Grab a copy of the latest edition of Soccer Laduma at your nearest outlet tomorrow. Don’t miss out!