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Roger de Sa is known for having played soccer for major South African Clubs Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns, both of which he captained as well. He has also played for Bafana Bafana, was a member of the squad that won the African Cup of Nations in 1996 and played 17 games for the national indoor team. Roger de Sa is his autobiography as told to Ernest Landheer and recounts a story which starts with his destitute family's arrival in South Africa after fleeing from Mozambique in the early seventies. It is a story of success, born in dire poverty and driven by determination and guts, with the primary focus on de Sa's experiences during his soccer carrer, including plenty 'behind-the-scene' anecdotes. With a foreword by Aziz Pahad, who is well known in soccer circles.
Spearhead Press,South Africa
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