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Coach Carnage In The PSL - Cavin Johnson Speaks Out

With three PSL coaches ousted in the space of two days, we hear from Cavin Johnson who recently exited AmaZulu, on what went wrong at the club. We also get word from Black Leopards spokesperson, Berry Ramunenyiwa, who details why the team parted ways with Lionel Soccoia and their entire technical staff.

Ntseki's Message to PSL Players & The Nation

Bafana Bafana's newly appointed coach Molefi Ntseki discusses taking over from Stuart Baxter and his plans for the future of the team. He also gives his thoughts on xenophobia and the current state of the country.

Doc Khumalo - 'Arrests Need To Be Made'

South African football icon Doctor Khumalo discusses the Heritage Day Match between football legends and celebrities on September 24th. The event is aimed at raising awareness around Gender-Based Violence & Xenophobia in South Africa, with the hopes of uniting people through football during these turbulent times.

Teko Modise - 'We Called Shakes To Come Back, Why Not Pitso?'

Legendary South African midfielder Teko Modise speaks about his disappointment in the Bafana Bafana squad selection and why he would field Bradley Grobler over his own Cape Town City colleague, Kermit Erasmus. Modise also speaks to the violence in the country that saw Zambia pull out of their friendly match against Bafana Bafana and flights his recommendation for the National Team coach job.

Kermit Erasmus On His Great Bafana Disappointment

Cape Town City F.C.'s Kermit Erasmus and Edmilson Dove recently came to the Soccer Laduma offices for a visit and we took the opportunity to chat to the both of them about their experiences in their respective national teams. The duo also spoke about The Citizens' start to the season and their targets for the season. It's a rare occurrence to getting to have a current player live in our studio, let alone two, so sit back and enjoy this episode of the Big Interview!

Leopards At Risk Of Losing Fans Over Musonda?

Lidoda Duvha hasn't had the best start to the 2019/20 season and fans are wondering when they will see Mwape Musonda on the field of play. In this episode of the Big Interview, we speak to Black Leopards' spokesperson, Barry Ramunenyiwa, who gives an update on the club's stance towards their top striker. He also pleads with the fans of the team to rally behind the team and talks about how management has bolstered the team through the likes of Dax Andriarimanana.

Lucas Radebe On Pogba & Racism, Wearing The Chiefs jersey And Turning Down Man United

Listen to one of the greatest South African footballers of all time as he gives his thoughts on why South African footballers are not playing in the EPL. We speak to Lucas Radebe on the Big Interview. He tells us why he feels for Paul Pogba and other black footballers subjected to racial abuse in the EPL as well as his own experience with it as a player for Leeds United. Listen as he explains why the Leeds United jersey was a heavier jersey to wear than the Kaizer Chiefs one on derby day. He also gives a full explanation of why he turned down Sir Alex Ferguson and the mighty Manchester United when they came knocking on Leeds United’s door for his signature. When the ‘The Chief’ talks, we suggest you take a listen…

'The PSL Cannot Close Their Eyes Forever'

A National League for Women has always been a dream for SAFA Vice-President Ria Ledwaba. In this episode of the Big Interview, the "Godmother" of South African Football tells us what it took to establish the long-awaited SAFA Women's National League. Also on the show, we speak to SAFA's acting CEO, Russel Paul, about the difficulties in attracting sponsors and the mechanism through which the League will grow to 16 teams by the 2020/21 season.

Klate's Tough Decisions

In this episode of the Big Interview, we catch up with PSL legend, Daine Klate. After hanging up his boots unexpectedly, the six-time PSL champion shares his passion for the game, his journey and his coaching experience abroad. He also speaks about his career, his CAF Champions League exploits and how bringing his football knowledge will benefit the team he is leading and more.

'There's No Excuses Now'

We caught up Cape Town City owner, John Comitis ahead of the coming season. From Benni McCarthy's coaching experience, his ambition of the club having a stadium to call home, Rantie's issues and being linked with French star, Franck Ribéry's brother, Comitis tells all. Listen in for the full story.

'I Didn't Want To Go Behind Their Backs' - Phala

In this episode of the Big Interview, former SuperSport United midfielder Thuso Phala opens up about the circumstances that saw him move to Black Leopards FC. He reveals how his desire to do the right thing resulted in missing training. Phala also speaks about why he chose Lidoda Duvha as his new home and what he believes he can impart to the young players there.

Stellenbosch Up For It

In today's Big Interview, we caught up with Stellenbosch FC CEO, Rob Bernadi. From stadium upgrades to technical team improvements, no stone has been left unturned. The Stellies top man also shared insight into marquee signing, Morgan Gould and the impact he has had on the squad.

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