Thursday, 4 July 2013

British transfer expert known only as THE MOLE makes his debut on BOLLOCKZ! Guess who he is and WIN the brand new Orlando Pirates shirt!

THE MOLE made his debut on chapter three of BOLLOCKZ! my new football show on this morning. You can listen to our interview by clicking on the arrow above. Mind the mole claws.

With a broad north London accent and a shrewd understanding of the British transfer market, THE MOLE told us: "I don't know if Arsenal really want Luis Suarez from Liverpool with all the baggage he brings. He's got an agent, obviously, who is putting his name around to all and sundry."

The Mole also told us about Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain's possible move to the Gunners from Real Madrid amid suggestions the cash could, ironically, be used by the Spanish giants to fund their bid for Tottenham's Welsh Wizard Gareth Bale.

We also talked about Chelsea's new signing, Phil Neville's elevation to assistant manager at Manchester United under his former Everton boss David Moyes - and the possibility of Wayne Rooney playing in London.

Earlier in the show, I talked to former Orlando Pirates star Mark Fish - dressed in my old 2011 "Treble Winners" Sea Robbers jersey. Mark and I chatted about the old Pirates African conquering side and touched on his ONLY international appearance in the COSAFA Cup in 1998 - a 3-2 extra-time defeat against Namibia in Windhoek.

That Bafana side featured Benni McCarthy, Philemon Masinga and a host of star - but still came a cropper! See our discussion on video below.

Also on BOLLOCKZ yesterday Buccaneers PRO Mickey Modisane promised I would be the FIRST to wear the new "back to black" Pirates jersey on July 16.

I'll swap jerseys to do just that LIVE on the day - but the brand new shirt will go to a lucky reader of my blog IF they can give me the identity of THE MOLE! Simply post your answers to over the next week for a chance to win!

I'll post the Mickey Modisane interview later. The general aim is to build a nationwide head of steam before Pirates renew their Champions League challenge against Congo's AC Leopards at the Orlando Stadium on July 20.

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