In anticipation of this week’s 1146th edition of Soccer Laduma, we preview some of the features included. The latest edition will be available at your nearest outlet tomorrow, Wednesday 23rd October.
Tshegofatso Mabasa interview
Orlando Pirates marksman, Tshegofatso Mabasa, has become Orlando Pirates’ main goal threat, so far this season. With impressive performances against the likes of Bidvest Wits and Chippa United, Bafana Bafana legend and former Bucs striker, Benni McCarthy, has also sung Mabasa’s praises. From a no-show at Bloemfontein Celtic to an ever-present in Orlando, the striker opened up about life at his new club.
Mamelodi Sundowns v Kaizer Chiefs preview
Billed as a potential title decider, this has to be considered a clash of the titans. Both clubs have started the season brilliantly, with both managers making their approaches work for them, and gaining positive results in the process. Both sets of fans are waiting in anticipation, for this showdown. With that in mind, Soccer Laduma will give you great insight into all you need to know, ahead of this mouth-watering encounter.
Luc Eymael interview
Former Polokwane City and Free State Stars manager, Luc Eymael, was appointed by struggling Black Leopards, to help drive a rescue mission, to pull the club out of the relegation zone. Soccer Laduma’s Beaver Nazo caught up with the Belgian as he spoke about the Steve Khompela situation, his time in Egypt and more.
Waseem Isaacs interview
Scoring four goals in the first eight matches of the season, Waseem Isaacs has adapted to life in the top flight with little trouble, with Stellenbosch FC. Though no spring chicken, the experienced 28-year-old campaigner will need to deploy all his experience, if his current employers are to play another season in the PSL. Isaacs speaks about his time abroad and his first campaign South Africa’s top-flight.
GladAfrica Championship interview
Mnelisi Mbhele, JDR Stars loan defender, opens up to Soccer Laduma’s Peter Raath about being a product of the famed Mamelodi Sundowns academy and the ambitions the 20-year-old has in his career going forward.
In this week’s revolving column, AmaZulu attacking midfielder, Andre De Jong, gave an honest reflection of the season so far. From Usuthu’s 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Mamelodi Sundowns to his limited game-time, the New Zealander didn’t shy away from answering what the Durban-based club must do, to improve this season.
In this week’s edition of our beloved Siyagobhoza, the crew reveals news concerning Kaizer Chiefs shot-stopper, Itumeleng Khune. Now in the latter years of his career, Khune’s injuries just seem to have continued. And with Daniel Akpeyi and Bruce Bvuma ready to step in, head coach, Ernst Middendorp and the Kaizer Chiefs hierarchy will have to make a decision, concerning his future. Find out what’s next for Amakhosi’s number one.
Grab a copy of the latest edition of Soccer Laduma at your nearest outlet tomorrow. Don’t miss out!