Making a beautiful noise for the beautiful game
The latest news is that there are less than 20 000 tickets available for the Telkom Knockout Final between Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs at Soccer City Stadium o n 4 December 2010.
The Telkom Knockout started with 16 participating clubs and now we are down to the final – the Kaizer Chiefs vs Orlando Pirates match, fans had been waiting for.
The PSL printed about 79 000 tickets for the Soweto Derby and with 50 000 already sold by Thursday, the game could be sold out by the weekend, especially as many people will be receiving their monthly salaries tomorrow. This means that Soccer City will be rocking and it will be an epic Soweto Derby like never before with the Yellow and Black against the Black and white colours of the loyal supporters.
On their website, the Sea Robbers are keeping a low profile, but we all know about their “one game at a time policy. While Amakhosi say they are always ready.
Resting some Key Players
According to Kickoff, both Amakhosi and the Mighty Buccaneers have rested some of their key players for this weekend’s League games ahead of the TKO Final next weekend.
Pirates have decided to rest Andile Jali and Daine Klate for the trip down to KwaZulu-Natal for a date with Maritzburg United in the League game at Harry Gwala Stadium tomorrow whilst Chiefs are set to do without Siphiwe Tshabalala and Itumeleng Khune for their home game against Vasco da Gama at Soccer City on Saturday.
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