iDiski Times Edition 31 Out Now!
In this week’s edition of iDiski Times we have some great interviews including exclusive conversations with Willard Katsande, Mosa Lebusa and Lars Veldwijk!
Our senior writer Velile Mnyandu caught up with Katsande to talk about his exit from Kaizer Chiefs after over a decade, the legacy he’s left behind, and his long-term plans.
Rob Delport chatted with Lebusa about the path that took him to Mamelodi Sundowns, and how he wants to lift the CAF Champions League trophy. Delport also spoke with Nigerian striker Stanley Dimgba to talk about his first season at Stellenbosch.
After Veldwijk‘s heroics in South Korea recently, where he scored four goals in a single game, David Kappel caught up with striker to talk about his time in Asia, as well as his Bafana Bafana aspirations.
Lethabo Kganyago chats to Banyana Banyana striker Hilda Magaia who left Tshwane University of Technology for Moron BK in Sweden earlier this year.
Kganyago also finds out why Zaid Patel returned to South Africa from Spain, while Mnyandu investigates the License dilemma that certain assistant coaches may face in CAF continental competitions.
Mnyandu also speaks to Cameroon and Barcelona legend Samuel Eto’o about the African teams performances at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Tso Vilikazi pays tribute to Katsande in his weekly column, while he also dissects the other players leaving Chiefs.
And last but certainly not least, in the Junior Khanye column, with the former midfielder being excited about two of Chiefs’ new signings…
Yep, it’s another bumper packed edition, make sure to get your hands on it now!
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