iDiski Times Edition 33 Out Now!
This week’s edition of iDiski Times is out and we’ve got exclusive interviews with Cape Town City’s Khanyisa Mayo, former Amajita coach Thabo Senong, who is now at Sekhukhune United, and Fleetwood Town’s young South African starlet Max McMillan!
Rob Delport speaks to Mayo about bettering his father legacy and his ambitions in the DStv Premiership.
Lethabo Kganyago caught up with Senong who is now Macdonald Makhubedu’s assistant at Sekhukhune, after leaving his role as head coach of the Lesotho national team to take up the position.
Kganyago also spoke to an unhappy Jeroen Lemu about his exit from Marumo Gallants, less than a month after joining the club
David Kappel spoke to McMillan about his rise in English football, as well as wanting to represent Bafana Bafana.
Meanwhile Velile Mnyandu reports that despite Royal AM’s purchase of the Bloemfontein Celtic’s DStv Premiership status, the Shauwn Mkhize-owned club are not done with legal proceedings. Mnyandu also reports that not all Celtic players are keen on the move to KwaZulu-Natal, and may look elsewhere.
There’s also a look at all the biggest transfers at the teams who finished in the top eight last season, while we also look back at what happened in the MTN8 quarter-finals.
And of course there’s Junior Khanye and Tso Vilakazi‘s columns, where Junior questions Percy Tau’s potential move to Al Ahly, while Tso looks at which coach’s may struggle to hold onto the jobs!
(Please note that the newspaper had already gone to the printers when Orlando Pirates announced the departure of Josef Zinnbauer)
This and so much more in Edition 33 of iDiski Times – out now!!
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