In anticipation of this week's edition of Soccer-Laduma, we preview some of the features included in issue number 854. The latest edition will be out on the shelves tomorrow, Wednesday, January 15.
• Aubrey Ngoma – Last season, the Orlando Pirates winger played an integral part when Steve Barker’s Pretoria University finished eighth in their maiden PSL season, starting 27 league games. Since his return from his loan move, Ngoma has only managed two league starts in eight games for Pirates this season. In this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, Ngoma talks about his situation at the club. We also get to hear what Tuks’ technical team think of his lack of regular game time.
• Teko Modise – The out-of-favour Bafana Bafana international believes he still has a lot to offer, despite being out of the international picture for a while now. Modise also believes that Sundowns have what it takes to lift the elusive PSL trophy at the end of the season. In this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, Modise reveals what they need to do to win the league. He also talks about their much-anticipated league clash against Kaizer Chiefs next week.
• Thato Mokeke – The Ajax Cape Town left back made his Bafana debut with an impressive performance against Mozambique in the opening match of the 2014 Chan. In his interview in this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, Mokeke relives his debut, talks about how players like Itumeleng Khune helped him before the game and also talks about signing a pre-contract with SuperSport United.
• Bernard Parker – The Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana striker is excited about the prospect of breaking former Bafana teammate, Benni McCarthy’s record. In this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, Parker talks about his goal-scoring form for both country and club. He also talks about Bafana’s 2014 Chan campaign. Read his interview to hear what he has to say about his recent training bust-up with Lehlohonolo Majoro.
• Bonginkosi Ntuli – There has been a lot of interest in Golden Arrows striker’s services and he confirms it in his interview. In only his first season in the elite league, Ntuli talks about his contribution at the club and what other players before him suffered from.
There’s also a lot of Siyagobhoza stories to look forward to.