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Episode 13 - AB chats to Evangelos Vellios

Stellenbosch FC’s U23 and MultiChoice Diski Challenge head coach won back-to-back Varsity Cup tournaments during his time at the University of Pretoria where he spent eight years before moving down to Stellies.

We chat to him about life in the Winelands, working with Steve Barker, Shaun Bartlett and much, much more!

Episode 12 - AB chats to Alan Clark

AB Basson chats to Alan Clark.

The former Black Leopards head coach currently works at KF Llapi in Kosovo.

AB chats to him about his move to Europe, the freezing cold conditions in Kosovo, the PSL, his time in South Africa, his long-term goals and much, much more!

Episode 11 - AB chats to Neo Molefe

AB Basson chats to Masandawana Fan Vlog (@msfcfanvlog) content creator Neo Molefe.

The duo discuss Mamelodi Sundowns’ fast start to the season, the Brazilians’ upcoming #DStvPrem match against SuperSport United, Percy Tau’s rise to Premier League football and much more.

Episode 10 - AB chats to David Kappel

AB Basson chats to Soccer Laduma international editor David Kappel.

David is one of a handful of Bayer Leverkusen supporters in South Africa.

While he has excelled in his craft, David’s journey to where he finds himself today is as inspiring - as much as it is unique.

From how the 2010 Fifa World Cup assisted in him meeting his wife to refereeing amateur matches for R30 a game. This is a podcast you don’t want to miss.

Episode 9 - AB chats to Kabelo Bosilong

AB Basson chats to Kabelo Bosilong.  

Kabelo Bosilong is a Football Consultant and Club Licensing Instructor, while he also works for the Confederation of African Football as a General Coordinator and was in charge of this year’s Caf Champions League final. He also owns his own business, Sportsense.
We talk to Kabelo about growing up as the son of a diplomat, living in The Hague and Rome, studying in Florida and his incredible journey in football thus far.

Episode 7 - AB chats to Rob Delport.

Rob is South Africa’s head researcher for football manager, a journalist, producer and writer.

The duo preview the 2020/21 GladAfrica Championship season which kicks off in Cape Town on November 27, taking an in depth look at the teams and rating their chances of promotion.

They also discuss Swallows FC’s dramatic run to tot the title last season and dissect some of the finer details of South Africa’s second division.

Episode 6 - Velile Mnyandu on African football matters

AB Basson chats to SABC journalist and African football expert Velile Mnyandu in this week’s episode.

The duo review South Africa’s performances in the back-to-back Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers versus Sao Tome and Principe, unpack Patrice Motsepe’s bid for CAF Presidency and look ahead to the Caf Champions League final coming up later this month.

Velile also shares his thoughts on the South African game and what needs to change if we are to become the football force we strive to be.

Episode 5 - Matthew Booth from Fish Hoek to the world

AB Basson chats to former Bafana Bafana defender Matthew Booth.

They discuss South Africa’s upcoming 2022 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers versus Sao Tome and Principe, the return of Cape Town Spurs, what made Benni McCarthy so special and much more.

Booth also questions Patrice Motsepe’s intentions in his bid to become CAF president and challenges SAFA to do more at amateur level and for the women’s game.

Episode 4 - Chad Kelly-Klate

AB Basson chats to journalist and content producer, Chad Kelly-Klate.

Chad talks us through his journey into journalism and the impact played by brother Daine Klate, who retired as one of the most decorated soccer players in South African soccer history.

The duo also discuss Kaizer Chiefs’ slow start to the season and what Gavin Hunt needs to do to get the best out of Khama Billiat.

They also discuss Bafana Bafana’s upcoming qualifiers against São Tomé and Príncipe and this weekend’s MTN8 semi-finals.

Episode 3 - Mazola Molefe talks Pitso Mosimane, Mamelodi Sundowns and more!

AB Basson chats to Soccer Laduma journalist and South African Football Journalists’ Association (Safja) treasurer Mazola Molefe ( @superjourno ).

A die-hard Chelsea supporter, Molefe talked about his journey to becoming one of the foremost soccer journalists in the country and the challenges that come with the job.

The duo also discuss all things DStv Premiership and talk about Al Ahly head coach Pisto Mosimane who reached a second Caf Champions League final this month.

Episode 2 - 2020/21 DStv Premiership season preview

AB Basson is joined by awarding winning sports reporter Carl Lewis. Carl not to be mistaken for 9-time Olympic gold medalist with the same name — is a former EWN sports reporter and is currently the head of content at

The duo preview the 2020/21 DStv Premiership season that kicks off this weekend with special focus on Kaizer Chiefs under Gavin Hunt, the Mamelodi Sundowns’ coaching trio, Siphiwe Tshabalala’s return to soccer with AmaZulu and TTM who have raised eyebrows on their maiden top-flight voyage.

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