iDiski Times Edition 35 Out Now!
The latest edition of iDiski Times is out! And it’s another bumper edition, as we speak to both the Bafana Bafana and Banyana Banyana national team coaches!
David Kappel has a conversation with Bafana coach Hugo Broos about the upcoming World Cup qualifiers, and Percy Tau’s decision to join Al Ahly.
Lethabo Kganyago caught up with Banyana coach Desiree Ellis as the national women’s team prepares for a busy few months.
iDiski Times senior writer Velile Mnyandu spoke to Lebogang Manyama who is on the mend at Kaizer Chiefs, and is excited, but cautious, about the new players brought in at the club.
Mnyandu also gets the latest on if Chiefs are finished in the transfer market, and investigates a prospective new CAF rule that teams competing in their competitions from 2022/2023 will have to have women’s teams in their ranks.
Rob Delport caught up with Surprise Ralani, who has now played a hundred games for Cape Town City since the former Stars of Africa player returned from Europe.
Delport also has a conversation with footballer Keoraptse Molete who is doing his masters in Psychology, and the importance of mental health in sport.
In their weekly columns, Junior Khanye questions whether teams like Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates need foreign coaches, while Benedict ‘Tso’ Vilakazi gives his opinion on whether Bafana can qualify for the World Cup.
This and so much more in Edition 35 of iDiski Times – out now!!
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