In anticipation of this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, we preview some of the features included in issue 987. The latest edition will be available at your nearest outlet tomorrow, Wednesday, August 24.
Muhsin Ertugral feature
After a rather disappointing 2015/16 season for the mighty Buccaneers, Soccer Laduma’s Kyle Smith takes an in-depth look at the new man at the helm, Muhsin Ertugral, as the tactician seeks to turn Pirates’ fortunes around.
The MTN8 sees the top eight Premier League teams facing off in the first round of the first tournament of this campaign. Soccer Laduma’s Siseko Gwegwe, together with experts from the football fraternity and supporters from the eight MTN8 competitors, get us ready for all the Wafa Wafa action!
Also in issue 987…
The rise of Africa in Europe feature
The Soccer Laduma international team takes a fascinating look at the rise of African football in Europe.
James Bell interview
Cape Town-born former Moroka Swallows player, James Bell, has moved to the town of Lebowakgomo to join new PSL inductees Baroka FC. The youngster chats to Soccer Laduma’s Siseko Gwegwe about his new home in Limpopo.
Unathi April interview
Soccer Laduma’s Lunga Adam speaks to South African-born Unathi April, an ASD Academy product plying his trade in Poland. The starlet opens up about the benefits of playing in Europe and the racist abuse he receives on the field of play.
Luc Eymael interview
Polokwane City’s new Belgian mentor, Luc Eymael, chats to Soccer Laduma’s Kyle Smith about the recent chapter in his journey and his plans for Rise and Shine.
Soccer Laduma’s Peter Raath chats to Real Kings’ head coach, Simo Dladla, and discusses the opening fixtures, his philosophy and the monthly grant.
This week we hear from soccer analyst and former SA football star Marks Maponyane, who gives his predictions for the 2016/17 season.
In this week’s Siyagobhoza, the crew reports on Mahlatse Makudubela’s deal at Orlando Pirates, we learn about a request from a Sundowns player to leave Chloorkop, and Masandawana position on Khama Billiat’s possible transfer becomes clear, as well as much, much more!
Grab a copy of the latest issue of Soccer Laduma at your nearest outlet tomorrow. Don’t miss it!