Edition 865 of Soccer Laduma is on shelves now. In this regular feature, we picked out just a few of the top quotes from this week's paper. Read on, enjoy and make sure to get your own copy for the full read!
Steve Lekoelea reveals possible comeback plans, "People have been asking me ever since Jabu Mahlangu played and you know what...I would love to try at Moroka Swallows. If I can get in shape then maybe they can call me up for some friendlies and have a look...I can still play."
Aaron Mokoena explains he hasn't given up on playing, "I haven't retired yet. I own three teams - one is in the Castle League, another is in the Super League and the other plays in the Motsepe League. I'm keeping myself fit with them three times a week...I've got big plans, buddy. I haven't hung up my boots just yet."
Mark Mayambela on escaping crowd violence after a fan was murdered before a game in Sweden, "The news filtered through and one of our supporters started shouting and pointing towards the Helsingborgs' fans, 'Murderers! Murderers!' Before we knew it, that's when all hell broke loose!"
Tefu Mashamaite on why beating Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday (5 April 5) is so key, "We want to go to Africa again (in the Caf Champions League) so this is one game we have to win."
Kennedy Mweene on his message to people who spread hate about Mamelodi Sundowns, "I can tell you, there are people out there who hate Sundowns for no reason and we don't want to hear from them."
Bucs defender, Ntsikelelo Nyauza, on his likeness to Lucky Lekgwathi, "(Cuts in) Wena, what do you think about this whole thing? (Laughs) Do we look alike? People say I look like him and I can't stop them from saying that. Angeke ngithi angi-fani naye (I can't say we don't look alike (laughs hysterically)."
Former PSL star, Jacob Machaka, shares a funny memory, "Every time Junaid Hartley got the ball he would dribble and Trott Moloto would tell him to kick the ball forward. Junaid responded, 'Hey, I'm not a cow. I can't play boring football...I'm a good player. In the change room after the game he was so angry. He said, 'You know what, me, I can play football. Don't tell me about this f***ing coach. Trott walked in and he changed the subject. Ha, ha!"