Sport & School News
08 April 2022

SA – If, like me, you are football fan, then I’ll bet you also can’t wait to watch the quarterfinals of the Nedbank Cup live at the stadiums!

Yes, life for the sport fanatic who enjoys cheering their team to victory (or crying with them in defeat) while seated in the grandstands is back to normal. 

Nothing beats the atmosphere of watching live football action at the stadiums. In case you didn’t know, up to 50% of spectators are now allowed into the stadiums to watch football matches, after Covid-19 regulations were revised by the government. 

So, with the Nedbank Cup heating up to the quarter finals, the big question is: Will the 2021 Nedbank Cup champions Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) go all the way and successfully defend their title?

Find out as they face Supersport Unted this Friday 8 April at Thohoyandou Stadium in a match that will be one of the drawcards of the quarterfinals. TMM have certainly fired the warning shots and have proved they are capable of going all the way to the final by achieving a 3-0 victory over Sinenkani in the last stage of this competition. 


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