Going into important football games, teams are always looking at getting their players psychologically ready for their games through a number of different activities.
Towards their MTN8 semifinals second leg tough fixture against Swallows, Cape Town City took their players to Clifton Beach for a visit where the players were relaxing and enjoying themselves towards the game.
The tactic to initiate that trip proved to be a success as the Citizens went on a riot and destroyed the Dube Birds into pieces with a 4-0 hammering on Wednesday night, adding more woes to Swallows.
The players could be seen playing the ball in the beach and taking pictures together. Surely this was a good team building experience for Erick Tinkler's men who are now in the MTN 8 final.
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