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Football | Telkom Knockout

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Moses Mabhida to host TKO final



The Premier Soccer League confirmed on Wednesday that Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban will host the 2012/13 Telkom Knockout final between Mamelodi Sundowns and Bloemfontein Celtic.

The game will kick off at 8:15pm. Catch the action live on SS4 and SSHD4.

This will be for a second successive year that the TKO final is hosted at the awe-striking Moses Mabhida Stadium.

PSL accting CEO, Cambridge Mokanyane said: “I’m happy to announce that we have decided to take this final to Durban. I would like to thank the City of Durban for their cooperation during this process.

Durban as a destination has always been good to us. Last year, we hosted a successful TKO final at the Moses Mabhida. We are hoping to replicate that success and break new grounds,” said Mokanyane.

During a draw held on Tuesday, Mamelodi Sundowns were drawn as the home team. This means they will have first preference on the training times at Moses Mabhida on the eve of the match, playing colours and change rooms at the stadium.

Tickets will be on sale in the next few hours.



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