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On Saturday Evening, Baroka won their very first major trophy in top flight football; defeating Orlando Pirates on penalties. It was an extremely exciting encounter that saw both teams score two goals each, plus a red card for Pirates defender Marshal Munetsi for a dangerous challenge. In this episode of the Fan Reaction Show, listeners express their feeling on the TKO final; Pirates keeper Siyabonga Mpontshane is singled out as a source of frustration by one bucs fan.
The past weekend was filled with exciting results in the Absa Premiership; Mamelodi Sundowns continued their unbeaten run in the league while managing to climb up the table. Orlando Pirates are still top of the table, leading by a single point. In this episode of the Fan Reaction Show, football lovers express their feelings over the past weekend’s result – with an Amakhosi fan blaming the referee and the defence for his team’s loss to Golden Arrows.
Orlando Pirates defeated Kaizer Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout semi-final this past weekend. In this episode of the Fan Reaction Show, Chiefs fans voice out their frustration from the latest derby loss. One Pirates fan is looking forward to facing Baroka FC in the final, saying the cup is as good as won.
Bafana Bafana earned a controversial draw against Nigeria on Saturday in an Afcon qualifier. The Super Eagles have now qualified for Afcon 2019, while Bafana need to get a result against Libya to book a trip to Cameroon. In this episode of the Fan Reaction Show, we feature various opinions from fans on how they viewed the Bafana vs Nigeria game. One fan in particular is frustrated by the lack of progress shown by the national team.
The game between Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates on Saturday was full of drama and generated many talking points; in this debut episode of the Fan Reaction Show, Mzansi football fans have their say on the action they saw on that encounter. We also look at the social media reaction to the various incidents that occurred on that top of the table clash which ended in a stalemate.
In this special episode of SL Radio, we catch up with Thabang Sefatsa, formerly of Roses United. He bravely revealed his HIV status to the public, and he now talks about living positive, why it is important to get tested and the benefits of being on ARVs.
Soccer Laduma recently had a chat with Strength & Conditioning coach Riedoh Berdien, who met with International editor David Kappel to discuss his continental success. He currently works for the Trinidad & Tobago Football Federation as well as with Banyana. He has won the NFD twice, as well as achieved AFCON qualification for Botswana and Togo - with Berdien still being a Fitness Consultant to the Togo FA. He is currently back in SA where he is hoping to help a local team with his immense expertise and experience in the industry.
Fido Vader, Head of International Relations at Dutch champions, Feyenoord, visited Soccer Laduma to discuss their involvement in the Free State International Football Program. He was joined by Rasthoem Simons, who is the Managing Director of Simsport International - the agency which founded the program. Along with outlining the incredible opportunity that this program offers to players and coaches in the province, Vader also discussed SA talent in general, as well as gave his thoughts on former Feyenoord players Kamohelo Mokotjo and Kermit Erasmus.