Chiefs say cheers to FNB

2014-04-23 12:16
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Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs have said goodbye to the FNB Stadium as their 'home' venue for the remainder of the 2013/14 Absa Premiership season.

According to the Soccer Laduma website, the Amakhosi's remaining matches have been moved to the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane.

The FNB Stadium is currently undergoing renovations to the field and will be unavailable until next season.

Chiefs, who are currently second in the standings some six points adrift of log-leaders Mamelodi Sundowns having played two fewer matches, have four games remaining - including two home matches - against Free State Stars and AmaZulu - which will now be played in their second stadium in Polokwane.

Kaizer Chiefs' remaining fixtures:

Wednesday, April 23 v Wits (A)
Saturday, April 26 v University of Pretoria (A)
Wednesday, April 30 v Free State Stars (H)
Saturday, May 10 v AmaZulu (H)

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