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Steve ‘Kalamazoo’ Mokone

3 Apr 2015
When the Dutch journalist, Tom Egbers, first decided to find out what happened to his father’s footballing hero, he could never have imagined where it would lead. Almost 40 years had passed since the South African striker, Steve ‘Kalamazoo’ Mokone, spent two seasons playing for Egbers’ hometown club Heracles Almelo in Holland’s third division.

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