Chiefs and Royal AM will both be trying to win their first league game of the 2022/23 season at KwaZulu-Natal. This will be one of the most interesting games of the season.
Royal AM has an advantage over Amakhosi going into the match because the KwaZulu-Natal-based club beat Chiefs 4-1 away and 1-0 at home last season to win the league double over Chiefs.
With a new head coach, Arthur Zwane, and an assistant coach, Dillion Sheppard, the Chiefs will be looking to end Royal AM's dominance over them and set their goals for the season.
After the Covid-19 lockdown is over, thousands of football fans are expected to fill the Chatsworth Stadium for the 5:30 pm match.
Fans already have complaints about how the tickets are designed, as many of them feel that Royal AM management hasn't done enough or put in enough effort to make sure that the design can't be copied.
Since they didn't use Computicket like other clubs in the Premier Soccer League, the tickets are in a state that most teams don't use.
Football fans on social media are not happy at all. Many of them think that Royal AM is not professional and that their tickets are so easy to copy that anyone can use them to get into the stadiums for free.
I think the league should look into these because they cause problems that don't need to happen. They should stop them while they're still happening and make them hire professional companies.
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