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MBABANE – The Ingwenyama Cup Management Committee (MC) Chairman Johannes ‘Ace’ Siboza has commended teams for their behaviour since the start of the fifth edition.
Siboza said there was no incident of misconduct reported so far since the start of the games, from the Last 32 stage.

This was yesterday at the state-of-the-art Sincephetelo Motor Vehicle Accident Fund (SMVAF) building during the Last eight (quarter-finals) draw.
“There is no incident of misconduct reported as yet since the Last 32 games, then the Last 16 and now we are headed for the quarter-finals.  Football brings joy and happiness and we urge teams and their supporters to continue behaving well,” said the chairman.
As the tournament committee chairman, he thanked fans for collaborating well with them and shying away from violence at stadia.


“Please, let us continue respecting each other as no offences have been reported to date. The teams must read the tournament rules before going to play at the stadia and ensure they abide by the rules and regulations during the games,” said Siboza.
The chairman, in his closing remarks, after the quarter-finals draw, wished the teams luck to proceed to the last four (semi-finals). He then said the better prepared teams after the semi-finals; would advance to the final.
Further, the chairman said he wished the best prepared team luck to win the grand prize of E1.4 million and the big trophy in the final.

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