Mbombela suffers change of heart, supporters allowed
- Manzini Wanderers supporters can now breathe a sigh of relief as they will now be allowed to watch their beloved Weslians when they face-off against South African First Division outfit Mbombela United.
This was announced by the team’s National Supporters Committee (NSC) secretary Sandile Ntofo Dlamini yesterday.
“We have been informed by the CEO that after consultation with Mbombela, they came to a conclusion that fans can come and watch
the game despite it being a closed session. The fans will therefore be guaranteed free entry to the game since it’s just a practise match,” he said. The hub giants are honouring an invitation from South African First Division outfit Mbombela United to be part of a series of games alongside another local outfit Moneni Pirates. The games will be played at the Kamaqheza Stadium in the Nkomanzi Municipality from today.
The games are scheduled to start at 9.30am while the main match pitting the hub giants against Mbombela will kick off at 1.30pm.
JUBILATION: Wanderers supporters singing and dancing in one of Manzini Wanderers’ last season game.