A new "home" stadium for Amakhosi has been revealed by Motaung and company, shocking Amakhosi supporters.
So, will we no longer witness the Chiefs sprint out of the FNB tunnel?
MOTAUNG ANNOUNCES THE NEW 'HOME' VENUE FOR THE CHIEFS
In other words, Amakhosi won't be leaving the FNB Stadium.
The Durban Moses Mabhida Stadium, a surprise backup location, has been announced. If necessary, Amakhosi will use the eThekwini main stadium as their alternate home field.
Amakhosi allegedly planned to return to Bloemfontein's Mangaung Stadium. After Motaung announced Amakhosi's new "home venue," this was not to be. Amakhosi will use Moses Mabhida if, for any reason, they are unable to hold a game at the FNB Stadium.
Motaung said on Phakaaati, "We are happy to be returning back to our second home after such a lengthy absence.
Amakhosi supporters are urged to attend Chiefs games in Durban in large numbers.
"We ask all of our supporters to show up in force and recreate the amazing atmosphere that we experience whenever we play a home game at Moses Mabhida. We'll see you there if you get your tickets in advance, Motaung continued.
When Amakhosi plays Richards Bay at Moses Mabhida on Saturday, August 20, 2022, it's personal for them.
This is due to Chiefs being ousted from the Nedbank Cup two years ago by the Natal Rich Boy Boyz. Amakhosi are likewise in need of a victory after dropping their first two DStv Premiership games this season.
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