Ezenkosi needed to settle on a monetary choice as they were made to fork out around R25,000 in costs per game at the North West scene.
Addressing Sowetan yesterday, Sono disclosed that their choice to surrender Olen Park for the East Rand's Tsakane Stadium was impacted by monetary contemplations. Ezenkosi had played all their seven home games up to this point at Olen Park.
"Playing in Potch [at Olen Park] is setting us back a great deal of cash. We pay R10,000 to utilize the scene and we likewise need to pay for things like ambulances. We wind up paying nearly R25,000 for each game there… it's a great deal of cash,'' said Sono.
The Ezenkosi supremo additionally disclosed why they needed to leave Tsakane in any case. Sono implied that since games are played without observers because of Covid-19, the alliance isn't as exacting with regards to the arenas meeting a portion of their prerequisites.
"We left Tsakane on the grounds that educator [Ronnie] Schloss [the Premier Soccer League's COO] disclosed to us that the ground wasn't reasonable for games… they needed a specific evaluating declaration however now on the grounds that the fans are not permitted that endorsement isn't needed,'' Sono said.
"We found later that we ought to have played there in any case, since the games are played away from public scrutiny. We would have set aside a great deal of cash there at Tsakane.''
While their base is in Johannesburg, Cosmos have been vagabonds throughout the long term, playing their home games everywhere on the country. Eventually they utilized Giyani Stadium.
Be that as it may, East Rand arenas, for example, Tsakane, Makhulong, Vosloorus, Huntersfield and Thokoza have consistently been Ezenkosi's most favored scenes. Universe's first game at Tsakane Stadium is tomorrow against JDR Stars at 3.30pm.
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