Showdown looms at Riverview

2017-04-14 06:00
 Photo: suppliedThe Esayidi TVET College team.

Photo: suppliedThe Esayidi TVET College team.

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SIPHELELE NKETO

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THE game between Esayidi TVET College and Bhubesi FC promises to be interesting when they face each other at Riverview Stadium tomorrow at 3.50pm.

Both teams play under the Greater Kokstad Local Football Association League. On the log, Liverpool FC is sitting on top with 49 points, followed by Bhubesi FC with 46 points.

In February,Esayidi TVET College lost 3-2 against Bhubesi FC and now say they are preparing to beat Bhubesi to move up from 42 points.

Bubele Nogcantsi, Esayidi TVET coach said the team has received two new goal keepers, one central defender and three strikers.

“The players have received extra training in preparation for tomorrow’s game. It is going to be a tough game because Bhubesi is a threat not only to us, but other teams in the league as well.

“We are now left with 22 games to play before the end of the season and we are in sixth position on the log.”

Chuma Maphekula of Bhubesi FC said the team is not going to introduce new players in Saturday’s game because the old players have not disappointed the team in previous games.

On March 26, Bhubesi FC beat Franklin FC 1-0 and last Sunday drew 0-0 against Vibe FC.

 

THE game between Esayidi TVET College and Bhubesi FC promises to be interesting when they face each other at Riverview Stadium tomorrow at 3.50pm. Both teams play under the Greater Kokstad Local Football Association League. On the log, Liverpool FC is sitting on top with 49 points, followed by Bhubesi FC with 46 points.

In February, Esayidi

TVET

College

lost 3-2 against Bhubesi FC and now say they are preparing to beat Bhubesi to move up from 42 points.  

Bubele Nogcantsi, Esayidi TVET coach said the team has received two new goal keepers, one central defender and three strikers.
“The players have received extra training in preparation for tomorrow’s game. It is going to be a tough game because Bhubesi is a threat to us and other teams in the league. We are now left with 22 games to play before end of the season and we are in sixth position on the log,” said Nogcantsi.

Chuma Maphekula of Bhubesi FC said the team is not going to introduce new players in the Saturday game because the old players have not disappointed the team in previous games.

On March 26, Bhubesi FC beat Franklin FC 1-0 and last Sunday drew 0-0 against Vibe FC.

 

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