Absa Premiership

Chiefs' CT home games angers Ajax players

2015-09-29 14:32
Franklin Cale (Ajax CT Website)

Cape Town - Franklin Cale says Ajax Cape Town players are angry that Kaizer Chiefs will play three home games at Cape Town Stadium.

According to Soccer Laduma, Cale reveals that he was “angry” when he heard the news on the three fixtures that will be taking place at Cape Town Stadium.

“I was angry when I heard the news that Kaizer Chiefs will be playing home games at the Cape Town Stadium. My team-mates were also mad when we heard the reports,” said the Urban Warrior.

“How can a Gauteng team come and play their home games in Cape Town? My team-mates were going crazy.”

The three fixtures will take place over three months starting in December and ending in February.

On December 19 Chiefs will play Bidvest Wist and on January 24, they take on Platinum Stars.

The final game in the Mother City will be against SuperSport United on February 20.

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