The legendary Jomo Sono ‘abandoned’ his wedding at the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Orlando to help his side Orlando Pirates win an important soccer match at Rand Stadium in the late ’70s. This act demonstrated loyalty, sacrifice, and passion in overdrive.

On the other hand, Puleng Marema’s dedicated service to Polokwane City, a club he has served for many years, may not have the same legendary status, but it is a story worth telling. Despite losing his mother, who was his pillar of strength, Marema found the willpower to carry on.

He also received the tragic news of his uncle’s passing on the eve of a key encounter for the Limpopo-based side as they were chasing promotion last season. The striker helped the side to the land of milk and honey, Mzansi’s topflight, in honor of his late uncle.

Marema’s soccer career has been fulfilling but laced with the pain of loss. In an emotional interview with Soccer Laduma’s Masebe Qina, Marema opens up about it all.

Apart from this, there is a mention of needing a Letter of Authority from the High Court due to the passing of both parents.

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