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 906. The latest edition will be out on the shelves tomorrow, Wednesday, January 28.
Kingston Nkhatha – The former Kaizer Chiefs striker sets the record straight regarding his decision to jump the Amakhosi ship for Matsatsantsa a Pitori, in a surprise move that caught everyone by surprise, in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma.
The Zimbabwean striker also talks about the impact the boo boys had on his decision to leave the Naturena-based club and also reveals what his new coach, Gordon Igesund told him after singing for the former league champions.
Orlando Pirates feature – Why Bucs must look to the future. That’s the feature we have in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma as we take a closer look at the Parktown-based club’s squad and where they need to improve.
The analysis clearly shows where the club needs reinforcements and why they need to start worrying about the squad’s future, as some of their key players are on the wrong side of their ages.
Siyabonga Mpontshane – The Platinum Stars goalkeeper has been linked with a move to Parktown-based Orlando Pirates and, in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, we talk to the Dikwena goal-minder about his possible move.
What’s the latest and what would it mean for him to join a club like Pirates? Get this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma to read what Mpontshane had to say about his future at the club.
He also shares his views on Dikwena’s management and why he believes they are killing the team.
George Lebese – The Kaizer Chiefs winger opens up about the team’s good season so far and reveals why he believes the second half of the season is going to be even tougher.
In this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, Lebese reveals why it is more difficult being hunted than being the hunter. The Mamelodi-born skilful winger also opens up about losing Kingston Nkhatha and the situation the Zimbabwean striker found himself in at Amakhosi, where a section of the team’s supporters were constantly booing him.
Sibusiso Vilakazi – We also have the Bafana Bafana star player’s poster.
Molefi Ntseki – The Amajimbos head coach talks to us, in this week’s Revolving column, about his team’s qualification and preparations for the CAF African Youth Championships as well as the recent achievement by the national U20 team under David Notoane’s guidance when they won the Commonwealth Cup in Russia.
Ntseki also talks about their working relationship with the senior national technical team and the future of local football.
There’s also a lot of Siyagobhoza stories to look forward to.