Mbombela suf­fers change of heart, sup­port­ers al­lowed

Observer on Saturday - - Sport - By Sibu­siso Dlamini

- 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.

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