SA’s oldest football club Savages on the ball with new coaches

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Savages coaches (from left) Krish Naidoo, Joel Gray and Mark Trout.
Savages coaches (from left) Krish Naidoo, Joel Gray and Mark Trout.
Ben Hartshorne

Savages, the oldest football club in the country, claims to be emerging from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in Pietermaritzburg with high hopes and determination.

The club says that it is working in accordance with the strict protocols laid down by the government and SA Football Association to resume football in the city.

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