The latest edition of iDiski Times is out today! Grab your copy today for an edition packed with interviews and news.
Our senior writer Velile Mnyandu catches up with the legendary Jomo Sono, as he was honoured by one of his former players who has gone on to become Africa’s most successful coach, Pitso Mosimane.
Velile also invesigates the possibility of SAFA president Danny Jordaan becoming the president of COSAFA, and also whether former Baroka and Zambia coach Wedson Nyirenda could be in line to take over at Swallows.
Rob Delport caught up with Stellenbosch‘s in-form star Ashley Du Preez to talk about the good season he’s having and what that goal against Kaizer Chiefs meant to him.
Rob also caught up with former Moroka Swallows striker Noel Cousins to get his views on why the country is failing to produce goalscorers.
Rob also takes a look at all the coaching changes that have happened in the professional game over the last two months.
Lethabo Kganyago welcomes back Kgoloko Thobejane to the Baroka hot seat, while she also catches up with CAF Women’s Champion League winner Andile Dlamini from Mamelodi Sundowns, who so nearly missed out on being part of the achievement.
Lorenz Köhler talks to Mauritania and former Simba coach Didier Gomes about the French coach’s ambitions to coach in South Africa one day.
Clifton Mabasa meanwhile catches up with in-form Zimbabwean forward Ishmael Wadi, who is making waves with JDR Stars in the GladAfrica Championship.
Finally in the regular columns from our friends at iDiskiTV, Junior Khanye shares his opinion on Kaizer Chiefs‘ Dumisani Zuma, while Benedict Vilakazi opines about the situation at Swallows, and Brandon Truter’s exit.
This and so much more in Edition 48 of iDiski Times – out now!!
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