Facing Chiefs: 'Good Stage For Players To Market Themselves'
Kaizer Chiefs Game Could Offer Opportunities For Baroka
The upcoming game against Kaizer Chiefs will be a good stage for Baroka players to market themselves, according to team captain, Letladi Madubanya.
Bakgaga are in the final stages of preparations for their cup game against Chiefs in Port Elizabeth this weekend. Speaking to the Siya crew, Madubanya highlighted an importance for youngsters in the Limpopo outfit to use their quarter-final game against Amakhosi to market themselves for bigger things in their careers.
Bakgaga will be without Mpho Kgaswane when they meet Chiefs at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday night, owing to suspension.
“It’s a cup game and we have been preparing well. The team is looking good with no injuries. I think there’s just one suspension, other than that we have a full squad,” said Madubanya.
Already, Baroka’s CEO Morgan Mammila has predicted a high scoring game for his team against Chiefs in the Eastern Cape.
“When we sit down, we talk among ourselves, and these are the type of games that we’ve got to do well in. It’s a good stage for a lot of our players to market themselves,” concluded Madubanya.