Preparations are in progress for Baroka FC for the team’s important Nedbank Cup semi-final match.
With the Nedbank Cup, the Limpopo outfit is eyeing a second trophy in under two years, after winning the Telkom Knockout in 2018, which was the club’s first top-flight trophy in history.
Baroka will play against Bloemfontein Celtic, while Bidvest Wits will come up against Mamelodi Sundowns in the other semi-final match on a date yet to be officially confirmed by the league.
Baroka coach, Dylan Kerr, has provided an update about Bakgaga preparations after the team returned to training this week.
“When in small groups it’s more mentality to do the football than anything. The players and staff in a very different stage of what’s the norm but we have to and will do manage the covid compliance & guidelines set. Well done everyone at the club to enable us to train,” the coach explained on Twitter.
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