South-Africa

Chiefs, 'Pool legends named

2013-11-06 14:09
Doctor Khumalo (Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - Doctor Khumalo, Neil Tovey, Lucas Radebe, Shoes Moshoeu and Fani Madida are some of the legends who will turn out for Kaizer Chiefs against the touring Liverpool Legends at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban next Saturday.

Former midfielder Thabo Mooki would join the Chiefs squad along with winger Stanton Fredericks, who until last season was playing for Wits, and goalkeeper William Shongwe, vying for a starting place with Brian Baloyi.

Liverpool's line-up included John Barnes, Bruce Grobbelaar, Robbie Fowler, Steve McManaman and Jan Molby.

Tickets for the match, which kicks off at 14:00 on Saturday, November 16, can be purchased from all Computicket outlets nationwide and are priced at R45 (North and South stand) and R90 (East and West stand).

Squads:

Kaizer Chiefs Legends

Abel Shongwe, Ace Khuse, Arthur Zwane, Brian Baloyi, Cyril Nzama, Doctor Khumalo, Fani Madida, Frank Makua, Gardner Seale, Lucas Radebe, Neil Tovey, Ntsie Maphike, Shane MacGregor, Shoes Moshoeu, Stanton Fredericks, Thabo Mooki, Wellington Manyathi, William Shongwe

Liverpool Legends

Bruce Grobbelaar, Mark Wright, Michael Thomas, Jason Mcateer, Rob Jones, Phil Neal, Alan Kennedy, Jan Molby, Dietmar Hamann, John Barnes, Steve McManaman, David Fairclough, Robbie Fowler, John Aldridge, Phil Thompson, Roy Evans, Ian Callaghan, Patrik Berger, Vladimir Smicer

 

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