Sea Birds re­turn to goal-den sta­dium

Observer on Saturday - - Sport -

n re­al­ity, a chief is a chief be­cause of his peo­ple (ci­ti­zens). For the sec­ond home match on the trot, Mbabane Ci­ti­zens have de­cided to take their game against Malanti Chiefs to Mhlume’s Nsukuwan­suku Sta­dium.

The last time out here, Ci­ti­zens fluffed chances be­fore set­tling for a 1-all draw against a dis­jointed Manzini Wan­der­ers.

Malanti will be with­out first choice goal­keeper Colani ‘De-Nice’ Mn­gome­tulu and cap­tain Siyabonga

Ifter har­vest­ing goals by a buck­et­ful last Sun­day at the his­toric King Sob­huza II Me­mo­rial Sta­dium in a 4-1 win over Manzini Wan­der­ers, Manzini Sea Birds have once again taken their home game down south. This af­ter­noon, they wel­come base­ment Mat­sapha United who have just en­listed the ser­vices of Zim­bab­wean coach Rod­well Dh­lakama. Dh­lakama is no stranger to lo­cal foot­ball hav­ing coached

AManzini Sun­downs pre­vi­ously but has a mam­moth task in his hands.

He is join­ing a side not just rock bot­tom in the MTN log stand­ings with just six points from a pos­si­ble 33 but one that needs to be reignited in terms of boost­ing morale.

SEA BIRDS Coach: Cap­tain: Key play­ers:

Sibu­siso Mn­gome­tulu Sibu­siso Dlamini Thabo Langa, Gcinizwi Dlamini, Muzi Ts­abedze

Match win­ner:


MAT­SAPHA Coach: Cap­tain: Key play­ers: Match win­ner:

Men­sah. Wandile Rod­well Dh­lakama Si­fiso Dlamini In­no­cent Obo­dia, Si­hawu Dlamini, Muzi ‘Mzo’ Dlamini Kingston

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