Celtic aims for Macufe Cup
10/4/2017 5:45:12 PM

With the “Fully booked” sign having been the order of the day around Bloemfontein since the start of Macufe activities, the final day of this cultural extravaganza will be wrapped spectacularly with a gigantic clash between Bloemfontein Celtic and Kaizer Chiefs.

This intriguing encounter invigorates the spirit of sheer ecstasy among soccer fans, creates exquisite atmosphere at the stadium and ultimately causes strain and havoc to those on the losing side.

In the stands, Chiefs fans will be making a hullabaloo with vuvuzelas and on the contrary Siwelele vociferously singing with absolute vigour and menacing dancing moves that will make their opponents envious.

Trying to reclaim their trophy taken from them last year through a 4-1 thumping by the same team, Celtic will also be bringing a fully-fledged squad and thus according to industrious midfielder Jacky Motshegwa.

“Last season performance was dismal and unfair to multitudes of our supporters who converged at the stadium and that must be rectified with some splendid brand of football complimented with goals. We are the hosts and are expected to produce some sumptuous display, keeping the momentum and subsequently reclaiming what belongs to us.

“We are wary of Chiefs, however, our preparations have been extensive and everyone wants to play with determination because there is no friendly game between the two teams.

Collectively, we have been working towards building a winning mentality and the Macufe Cup will help us continue with the trend”, concluded Motshegwa.