Soccer feast at Albersville

Photo: vusi mthalane Saleem Khamissa of His Place Mens Boutique, Madiba Stars captain Lubabalo Dimane and Hibiscus Footbal Association chairman Ayoob Moosa.
Photo: vusi mthalane Saleem Khamissa of His Place Mens Boutique, Madiba Stars captain Lubabalo Dimane and Hibiscus Footbal Association chairman Ayoob Moosa.

SOCCER fans can expect a spectacular showdown this Sunday when Madiba Stars and The Bafana lock horns in the His Place Mens Boutique KO Cup final at Albersville sports grounds.

The Bafana, who are in second position on the Eyethu Premier League log, go into the match as clear favourites.
Striker Sibongiseni “Zero” Ngeleka currently leads with 12 goals scored this season, while another striker Nhlanhla “XL Anaconda” Ndovela­ has found the back of the net eight times this season­.

Madiba Stars captain Lubabalo Dimane told the Fever his team is not easily intimidated.
“We will go there with a clear aim of lifting the Cup,” he said.

Saleem Khamissa of His Place Mens Boutique said it has been a privilege to sponsor this competition for the past 20 years.
“Our aim is to give back to the community and create opportunities while discovering new talent,” said Khamissa.
Kick-off is at 1pm.

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