In This Week's Edition Of Soccer Laduma
In anticipation of this week's edition of Soccer Laduma, we preview some of the features included in issue number 945. The latest edition will be out on the shelves tomorrow, Wednesday, October 28.
Soweto Derby preview - With the first official Soweto Derby of the season on the horizon, the excitement is starting to build towards this epic showdown.
With both Chiefs and Pirates having experienced a fairly mixed season thus far, it’s anyone’s guess as to who will come out on top on the day. One thing is certain, however… whoever strikes the first blow will have the upper hand in next week’s Telkom KO Derby. That means that there is even more at stake in this weekend’s derby encounter!
Don’t miss our preview of this hugely anticipated match, for all the views, stats reviews and interviews as we head towards one of the biggest derby encounters in the world!
Themba Zwane - Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Themba Zwane has had a decent season thus far despite Downs’ early woes.
Although there is some extremely stiff competition for places in Sundowns’ midfield, ‘Mshishi’ has managed to make his way into the side on a few occasions and has performed well when he has done so.
Check out our interview with Zwane, when he explains how the players at Sundowns turned their fortunes this season around, and what he believes makes Pitso Mosimane different from other coaches.
Mark Fish - A legend of the South African game, we chatted to Mark Fish ahead of a new charity initiative he is getting behind.
The ex-Bafana and Pirates legend speaks passionately about the current state of South African football and Bucs’ outstanding performances on the continent.
He also reminisces about the past and recalls some of the terrifying incidents he experienced while playing in the deepest and most distant parts of Africa.
Also in edition 945 we have… An interview with Free State Stars’ Belgian striker Andrea Fileccia, who explains why he is not in SA for the fun or the sun, a word from Bradley Carnell in this week’s Revolving Column, as well as a poster to celebrate the life of the late Cecil Lolo, who is also remembered in this week’s heartfelt Editor’s Column.
This week’s Siyagobhoza has all the latest whispers and scandals, as you have surely come to expect. This week we report the latest on the career of May Mahlangu, we reveal growing interest in a Sundowns defender, as well as break the news about a Chiefs player being monitored in Turkey.