In anticipation of this week's edition of Soccer-Laduma, we preview some of the features included in issue number 853. The latest edition will be out on the shelves tomorrow, Wednesday, January 08.
Thulasizwe Mbuyane – The former Bafana Bafana international has been on the side-lines for most of the season so far due to niggling injuries. His situation hasn’t helped his course at all as his contract expires at the end of June, leading to widespread rumours about his future at the club. In this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, Mbuyane talks about his future at Pirates and the club’s silence on his contract.
Lebogang Manyama – For the first time, Lebogang Manyama openly talks about his decision to join SuperSport United instead of Kaizer Chiefs who had agreed terms with his former club, Ajax Cape Town for his services. Read Manyama’s interview about what influenced his decision and hear what his agent, Alfred Phiri’s reason to turn down Chiefs’ offer, in this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma.
Anthony Laffor – The Mamelodi Sundowns Liberian international winger believes there’s no need to press any panic buttons for the Chloorkop-based club who only secured two points from their last three league matches in 2013. In this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, Laffor talks about his lack of regular game time and what Pitso Mosimane is doing at the club.
Kingston Nkhatha – Not many players can claim not to be affected by the boos from a section of their own supporters but Kingston Nkhatha is one of them. In his interview in this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, Nkhatha reveals how he deals with the boos. He also shares his views on whether his consistent booing has any xenophobic undertones.
Katlego Mashego – The Free State Stars utility player discusses the reported interest in his services from one of the Big Three in his interview in this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma.
Aaron Mokoena – Former Bafana Bafana captain, Mokoena, reveals his future plans to Soccer-Laduma. He also talks about Safa’s plan to get the country’s football back on track.
There’s also a lot of Siyagobhoza stories to look forward to.