Absa Premiership

Stars rubbish safety concerns ahead of Pirates clash

2018-01-25 12:18
Roger de Sa (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Platinum Stars have released a statement regarding the safety of fans ahead of their Absa Premiership clash against Orlando Pirates.

The match is set for Saturday at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium.

Kick off is at 15:30. 

The statement read:

The Club has noted with concern reports on various social media platforms and on radio that supporters are urged by a handful of disgruntled individuals to boycott our match against Orlando Pirates FC on Saturday at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace.

The club, its management and safety office would like to affirm that all measures have been taken into consideration to ensure the safety and ease of access to the stadium precinct for all those who will be attending the match. Our safety office together with SAPS (safety custodians) have ensured that all security plans are in place and have been accepted and approved by the Premier Soccer League. 

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