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 909. The latest edition will be out on the shelves tomorrow, Wednesday, February 18.
Nedbank Cup – It is the Ke Yona! time as 32 teams wrestle it out for the lucrative trophy. The last 32 starts this Wednesday with Mpumalanga Black Aces facing off with Maritzburg United, while Orlando Pirates host the Jerry Sikhosana-led Tornado FC at Orlando stadium.
We take a closer look at the round of 32 to see who are the players to watch, who is likely to go through to the last 16 and why this tournament will be more important for certain teams than others.
Get yourself a copy of this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma for match details, amongst other things.
Lehlohonolo Majoro – The former Kaizer Chiefs striker opens up about his current scoring form at Orlando Pirates. He also talks about a frustrating period he endured in his career recently and reveals what kept him going.
The former AmaZulu marksman also reveals why he is different to other strikers and what his father once told him. What is Majoro doing to ensure his life after football is secured?
Get your hands on this week’s edition to get the answer to this and many other questions as ‘Major’ opens up to Soccer Laduma.
Sibusiso Zuma – The former Bafana Bafana striker has decided to hang up his boots after such an illustrious career.
In this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, Rhee as Zuma is affectionately known, reveals why he had to call it a day. He also talks about some of his memorable moments. What does he have to say about Orlando Pirates chairman, Dr Irvin Khoza? What impact did he really make in Denmark while he was still playing for FC Copenhagen? How and where did it all start for Zuma?
Get a copy of this week’s edition to read about what led to Zuma’s retirement and the kind of a contract he had with his last employer, SuperSport United.
Willard Katsande – The Kaizer Chiefs hard-tackling holding midfielder talks about the team’s good season so far and reveals why they mean business this season, in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma.
The Zimbabwean international also talks about losing his countryman, Kingston Nkhatha who has since joined SuperSport United. Why could this be Chiefs’ year? Why is there anyone at Chiefs or PSL that can replace Nkhatha? Read on in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma to get the full story.
Tebogo Langerman – The Mamelodi Sundowns left back reveals why he believes the Chloorkop-based club will catch up with Kaizer Chiefs and even beat them to the league title, like they did last season, in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma.
What makes Langerman so confident? Why does Pitso Mosimane always shout at the former SuperSport United utility player? In his previous interview with Soccer Laduma, Langerman openly stated that Sundowns were not ready to conquer the African continent. Has he changed his views now or does he still feel the same? Why did he extend his stay at Sundowns for another three seasons? What does the ‘good money from President Patrice Motsepe’ do to Langerman’s game?
Get this week’s edition of the paper to get the answers to these and more questions from Langerman.
Anele Ngcongca – Bafana Bafana right-back, Ngcongca opens up about the recent Afcon tournament that went pear-shaped for Shakes Mashaba’s team.
He also openly discusses the team’s performances, what they lacked, what he thinks of the absence of the likes of May Mahlangu, Thulani Serero and Ayanda Patosi from Mashaba’s team?
Ngcongca frankly discusses these and other issues in his interview in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma.
Clinton Larsen – Bloemfontein Celtic head coach talks about his team’s good run of form so far this season as well as his new mandate from the club’s management.
In this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, Larsen reveals what makes him different to the other coaches.
He also explains the reasons behind his return to the club after his shock resignation.
Carlington Nyadombo – The AmaZulu captain opens up about the team’s poor run so far this season, their chances of survival as well as the mood in camp in this week’s Revolving column.
The Zimbabwean defender also reveals why some of his teammates were not happy with him.
There’s also a lot of Siyagobhoza stories to look forward to.