SAB League begins this weekend

2017-11-24 06:00
PHOTO: suppliedBhubesi Football Club team.

PHOTO: suppliedBhubesi Football Club team.

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HARRY Gwala District football clubs will participate in the opening season of the South African Breweries (SAB) League this weekend.

Some clubs have signed new coaches especially for the league.

Bush Bucks FC owner, Mpumelelo Nontshintshi told Fever they have signed a new assistant coach because the league is going to be tougher than last season.

Bhubesi FC goes up against Bush Bucks FC at Bongweni Stadium on Sunday at 9am.

Bhubesi secretary, Zolani Siqwayi said the team has been trained by their new coach, Matolo Bhekebhu, who has a lot of experience.

“The club played well in the Greater Kokstad Local Football Association League and we hope they continue to perform well in the SAB league,” said Siqwayi.

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