Celtic, Black Aces, are expected to produce spectacular display of football

Celtic, Black Aces,  are  expected to produce spectacular display of football
Madoda Ntuli

Madoda Ntuli

The euphoria and jubilation experienced in 2012 after Bloemfontein Celtic won the Telkom Knockout Cup will be refreshed in the minds of Siwelele faithfuls when Celtic clash with Mpumalanga Black Aces at Free State Stadium.

This gigantic cup game is expected to produce spectacular display of football with both teams having performed well in recent times. The game starts at 15h00 this Sunday (4th of October 2015).

Tickets are available at computicket outlets and Celtic offices at 8 Elizabeth Street from R40 (fourty rands).

Proving to have reinforced pertinently this season, Celtic has managed to confuse even its own supporters about who will play the next game making it extremely complex to plan against the team.

Celtic coach Clinton Larsen shares the sentiments… “The mood is incredibly high with every player working hard for selection, games are different and it is imperative for us to treat them likewise.

Aces have a ferocious striker in Collen Mbesuma but our main priority is not to concede goals while attacking fluently.”

The coach is positive about results but is cautiously optimistic, “This is a cup game, there is no time for a second chance, we don’t even dream of playing till penalties stage as that might be suicidal. Like a well-oiled machine our players are ready to fight tirelessly just like they did during MTN 8.

Celtic supporters have been genuinely supportive hence we can’t afford to falter not at this stage, concluded Celtic modest coach.

 

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