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March 4, 2016
It is every football sponsor’s dream that their competition concludes with a final between the
Soweto giants, Orlando Prates and Kaizer Chiefs. This is more than just about the game. The derby
between these rivals fills the stadium which translates to great revenue and return on investment
for the sponsors. These two teams enjoy nationwide support and following.
Currently it is unfortunately not the case with the Nedbank “Ke Yona” Cup; as tomorrow one of
these great giants will have to be eliminated inevitably. However, it is no doubt that the stadium will
be filled to capacity during this game. By end of day tomorrow one of them will be out of the
competition after their clash at the Soccer City FNB Stadium at 15:00. The way Orlando Pirates and
Kaizer Chiefs have been performing lately may easily lead to a draw.
We can safely say any coach that loses between Eric Tinkler and Steve Kompela will place their
dignity at risk, because each of these clubs take any cup match with pride; especially winning it. A
critical question to ask is “are players aware of what is at stake?”
It is the fourth time that the Soweto rivals clash during this season, the Buccaneers defeated
Amakhosi 3-1 during the first half of the season in the ABSA Premiership. After that Amakhosi took
out the Buccaneers out the Telkom Cup in the semi-final stages. Towards the end of last year (2015)
they played a one-all (1-1) draw during the second session of the ABSA Premier League. Who shall be the last man standing this time?
This is the 157th derby and as spectators we eagerly await on tomorrow’s result. This will be the first clash between Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs since Nedbank took over sponsorship of this cup
challenge. In 2012 Kaizer Chiefs played the final against Supersport United and won the cup with a 1-0 victory at the Moses Mabhida stadium; whilst Orlando Pirates won the cup twice. In 2011 they
(Orlando Pirates) won 3-1 against Black Leopards at Mbombela Stadium and in 2013 they won 3-1
against Bidvest Wits at the Moses Mabida stadium.
Nedbank Cup……”Ke Yona”!!!!