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 883. The latest edition will be out on the shelves tomorrow, Wednesday, August 6.
Happy Jele – Following a promising start to the new season, beating arch-rivals, Kaizer Chiefs in the Carling Black Label Cup and reaching the semi-finals of the MTN8 courtesy of a 2-1 win against SuperSport United, Orlando Pirates vice-captain, Happy Jele refuses to get carried away.
In this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, Jele reveals why he still believes there’s a long way for the team to go. He also looks ahead to the new season before talking about two of his personal dreams that he’s working towards achieving this season.
Mame Niang – The former SuperSport United lanky striker opens up about his move to cross-town rivals, Mamelodi Sundowns, in his frank interview in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma.
Niang also sets the record straight about rumours that Sundowns mainly signed him for their CAF Champions League campaign and also reveals how the move to the Chloorkop-based club happened.
He also reveals why he sometimes wishes he could beat up some of the South African players!
Giorgi Nergadze – Moroka Swallows’ loss was Bidvest Wits’ gain when Nergadze parted ways with the sleeping giants from Soweto.
In his interview in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, Nergadze reveals why he opted for Wits after the expiry of his contract with the Dube Birds. He also reveals why he returned to South Africa, despite interest shown by clubs in his homeland of Georgia.
Mabhudi Khenyeza – Khenyeza opens up about his return from what was initially a 12-month ban from football by the PSL, which was reduced to a six-match ban and a suspended fine, subsequent to his appeal.
In this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, Khenyeza tells it like it is in his no-holds-barred interview. He also reacts to Aces’ 4-0 loss to Kaizer Chiefs this past weekend as he describes his team’s performances on the day as ‘sh*t’.
Katlego Mphela – The Kaizer Chiefs striker believes he still has the killer instinct in him despite the recent disappointing performances.
In this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, Killer as Mphela is affectionately known, talks about the team’s ambitions for the new season. He also reveals his future plans and what they need to do to return the glory days at Naturena.
There’s also a lot of Siyagobhoza stories to look forward to.