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ZIMBABWE, SA STRIKERS FOR MATSAPHA AGAINST ’DOWNS

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MBABANE – Matsapha United will unleash three foreign players this evening when they cross swords with Manzini Sundowns in the replayed MTN League clash that had to be deferred last week due to faulty lighting systems at Somhlolo National Stadium.


An upbeat club CEO Victor ‘Mavikane’ Dlamini announced that former Malanti Chiefs Zimbabwe-born striker, Zvayi Zverenga, former Maritzburg United forward Collins Zimba and Banele Ndzabandzaba, a midfielder, signed from Mbombela United.


“This is a game that we should win to solidify our place in the top half of the table. We have done thorough preparation for the game and we hope the new players will add value to the team,” Dlamini said. The club has signed former Red Lions striker Sibusiso Mabelesa on loan.


“We urge our supporters to come in numbers, clad in the team’s replica jerseys and tracksuits to make their presence felt on the night,” he added.
Manzini Sundowns will pin their hopes on Sandumuzi Zwane whose goal at King Sobhuza II Memorial Stadium earned his club a point against the Deep Blue Ocean, who a week earlier had beaten Royal Leopard 2-0.


Zwane has scored twice already against the Saul Chaminuka coached team, having netted the winner in the last 16 of the Ingwenyama Cup last season, which the Kappa Boys won 1-0.


Club PRO Muzi Matsenjwa sounded confident that his team will bag all three points in the game. He said apart from Justice Figureido, who is still trying to shrug of an injury sustained against Mbabane Highlanders two weeks ago, everyone was raring to go. “We have had issues with Phumlani Ngwenya, but we are glad to announce that he has smoked the peace pipe with the team and is now staying put. He will be available for selection tomorrow (tonight) against Matsapha,” he said.

 

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