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Mazibuko - Expect fireworks


Injured Moroka Swallows captain Goodman Mazibuko has promised fireworks when his side clash with relegation-threatened Tembisa Classic outfit in a Castle Premiership at Germiston Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

"We want to win this one for our supporters who have been behind us the entire season," Mazibuko told his club's official website.

He added: "We also want to help Mame Niang to maintain his lead at the top of the goal-scorers' chart.

"Mame has worked hard for this achievement, considering that it is only his first season in the PSL. We can't let him down now by not playing to the best of our ability on Sunday."

Mazibuko believes that coach Gavin Hunt will use his best squad for this encounter as he wants to finish the season on a high note.

"A loss against Classic would be a bitter pill to swallow, considering the efforts we have made to ensure that Swallows become a better team.

"Injuries cost us a chance to challenge for league honours this season, but a top four finish is still a marvellous achievement on its own," Mazibuko concluded.

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Sun, September 10
Castle Premiership:
Moroka Swallows vs Silver Stars
Venue: Royal Bafokeng Stadium

Wed, September 13
Castle Premiership: (Postponed)
Moroka Swallows vs Orlando Pirates
Venue: Germiston Stadium

Sun, September 17
Castle Premiership
Swallows vs Benoni P. United
Venue: Pam Brink Stadium

Sat, August 26
Castle Premiership:
0-2 vs Black Leopards
Venue: Thohoyandou Stadium

Sun, August 20
SAA Supa 8 Q/F:
2-1 vs Silver Stars
Venue: Germiston Stadium

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