CAPE TOWNCape Town City are fully prepared for the imminent loss of skipper Robyn Johannes. The central defender penned a pre-contract agreement with Bidvest Wits a few months ago and will link up with his new club for pre-season training in July. While his absence will be a major disappointment, City believe they already have a replacement ready to go for next season: Kwanda Mngonyama.
CAPE TOWN - Football doesn’t allow for any lengthy bouts of festivity - blink and it’s time to prepare for the next 90 minutes. After Cape Town City’s superb victory in eliminating Orlando Pirates from the Nedbank Cup on Wednesday, their focus has already shifted. They’ve had to come down from the euphoria of the 1-0 win against the Buccaneers at Cape Town Stadium because the next game, the next competition, is just two days away.
'Cape Town football supporters have been asking for an opportunity to watch a cup final in their backyard for some time now and we are excited to bring a major cup final to Cape Town Stadium.' CAPE TOWN – The quarter-finals of the Nedbank Cup delivered a mouth-watering fixture as Cape Town City were drawn at home to face Mamelodi Sundowns. The draw for the competition took place at the Waterfront in the Mother City on Thursday night.
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Selecting a term
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