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You Tell Meyiwa

Monday means you get to tell PSL players or coaches exactly what you think of them! In the feature called “You Tell”, you have the opportunity to tell the star players, coaches or teams, who will be appearing in the new Soccer-Laduma on Wednesday, what you think of their recent performances or what you think of their season.

In fact, you can tell them whatever you like! All your comments will appear on the website and we will select comments that will also appear in your Soccer-Laduma newspaper this Wednesday.

 

Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa, has been enjoying a regular run in Moeneeb Josephs’ absence due to injury.

 

In this week’s edition of Soccer-Laduma the Umlazi-born goalkeeper talks about finally getting his break in the Bucs team. He also talks about his call-up to Bafana Bafana.

 

Why don’t you tell Meyiwa what you think of his performances so far for Bucs?

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