In anticipation of this week's edition of Soccer-Laduma, we preview some of the features included in issue number 856. The latest edition will be out on the shelves tomorrow, Wednesday, January 29.
Roger de Sa – The Orlando Pirates coach has been under a lot of pressure from a section of the team’s supporters whenever the results aren’t forthcoming. If the former Wits coach thought reaching three cup finals in a year was enough to appease the Bucs faithful, he was soon to find out the complete opposite. A group of disgruntled Bucs supporters pelted the former Bafana goalkeeper with missiles after a disappointing 1-all draw against AmaZulu last week. In this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma, De Sa talks about his stay at the club so far and discusses the speculation surrounding his future. He also talks about his recent meeting with Ruud Krol and sets the record straight regarding Floyd Mbele and Screamer Tshabalala’s roles in the team.
Luvhengo Mungomeni – “Happiness is everything in football.” That’s what Moroka Swallows defender, Luvhengo Mungomeni believes will determine his future at the club, as his contract expires at the end of this season. The former Black Leopards defender also talks about the interest expressed in his services, in this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma.
Roberto Carlos – We take a trip down memory lane with the former Brazilian international full-back, as he looks back at his glittering career before his retirement, in this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma. The former free-kick specialist reveals which of his trade-mark kicks stands out as his favourite.
George Maluleka – The former SuperSport United and Ajax Cape Town midfielder opens up about his decision to join Kaizer Chiefs instead of Mamelodi Sundowns who were very interested in his services. He also talks about his conversation with Sundowns coach, Pitso Mosimane after the two teams’ recent league match.
Features – We look at Gordon Igesund’s future as Bafana Bafana and also talks to Safa president, Danny Jordaan, about Bafana Bafana. We also look back at the rise of the Hanover Park-born former South African international striker, Benni McCarthy.
There’s also a lot of Siyagobhoza stories to look forward to.
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