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PSL Trio To Clash In Tournament

The Gauteng Champion Of Champions Is This Weekend

By Soccer Laduma - Oct 04, 2017 07:52 PM
Three Premier Soccer League clubs will lock horns this weekend in the Gauteng Champion of Champions tournament during the current international break.
 
 
Reigning Absa Premiership champions, Bidvest Wits, along with Nedbank Cup champs, SuperSport United, and National First Division side, Jomo Cosmos, will battle it out at Vosloorus Stadium as the clubs look to keep their teams sharp during the break.
 
The draw for the tournament will take place on Thursday afternoon when the schedule for the competition will be decided, while the games themselves will be on Saturday. 
 
 
As in previous editions of the tournament, in the event of a draw, the dribble out format will be used, with a player coming from outside the box and having ten seconds to beat the keeper.
 
The first game will get underway at 12h00, with SuperSport looking to defend their title after winning it last year. 
 

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cija aka return Oct 05, 2017 11:41 AM
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king mosha Oct 05, 2017 08:10 AM
WILL DEFINETLY BE THERE THANK JOMO
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@classicman Oct 05, 2017 06:24 AM
so how is it going to work wit 3 teams involved,or the champs of the last addition waits 4 the final.anybody who knos pls fil me in pls
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Wish them good luck
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Gud thing neither sundown, pirates or chiefs are involved.
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Bobby n his cowmpela dey do nt care about us
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setlaboswana Oct 04, 2017 09:00 PM
@DJ Nah, you sound like Bobby man, he believes his team will use Macufe nonsense to rectify the mistakes they made against Baroka, what a joke?
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DJ Nax Oct 04, 2017 08:16 PM
Maybe wits will improve their standard of play. It's deteriorating rapidly.
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Scefe_SL Oct 04, 2017 08:02 PM
Talks between Mamelodi Sundowns and their star forward Khama Billiat over a contract extension are in progress. That is according to Billiat’s agent, Siyabulela Loyilane, who dismissed a suggestion that the player is delaying a contract renewal with Sundowns because he wants to leave as a free agent in June. Billiat’s contract with Sundowns is set to expire in June. In January, he can sign a pre-contract with the club of his choice. “The talks are in still in progress with Sundowns. It is not true that Billiat doesn’t want to renew because he wants to leave for free. People must understand that contractual issues are not easy. There are terms and conditions that we have to take into consideration. “There is still time, we are not in a hurry. The player is happy at Sundowns. Did you see the goal he scored this weekend? Does it suggest he is not happy? Of course not,” Loyilane explained. Billiat scored a scorcher against Platinum Stars to earn Sundowns the maximum points this past weekend at Royal Bafokeng Stadium. “Teams must respect Sundowns. Billiat is still contracted to Sundowns, and if teams want him, they must talk to them. Sundowns deserve respect. “If Billiat is to leave Sundowns, both parties need to be happy. Sundowns must get what is due to them,” Loyilane said. Sundowns boss Pitso Mosimane has already made it clear that Billiat is ready to go to Europe, but a deal needs to happen for the player to leave. Billiat has already delivered six trophies for Sundowns during his four-year stay.

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