Sundowns thanks fans for support02/May/2014 16:48
Mamelodi Sundowns have decided to reward their loyal fans by giving all fans in Sundowns regalia free tickets to attend the title-decider at the Loftus Stadium on Tuesday against cross-town rivals Supersport United.
Not only that – buses have also been arranged for the fans to give them a memorable day, and the fans will be given their tickets in the buses which have been arranged to ferry them from major support areas in Mamelodi, Soshanguve, Ga-Rankuwa, Mabopane, Vaal, Thembisa, Olifantsfontein, Alexandra, Atteridgeville, Saulsville, Rustenburg/Mohlangano, Lethlabile, Tsunami, Hammanskraal, Mothutlung, Mmakau, Maboloka, Brits Oukasie, Damonsville, Marikana, Bapong, Diepsloot, Greater Midrand, Katlehong, Diepkloof, Orlando East and West, Ramaphosa, Springs and Delmas.
Members of supporter branches will also be provided with transport from TUT Main Campus, Muzinda Residence, TUT Soshanguve, TNC Soshanguve, TUT GaRankwa/Medunsa, TNC Mamelodi and TNC Atteridgeville.
Below are details of who to contact and bus departure points.
Sundowns supporters who use their own transport to Loftus will be provided with their admission tickets from designated ticket selling points, and entrance with these tickets will be valid at Gate 6 and Gate 11. Free tickets will only be provided for Sundowns supporters.
Said Sundowns spokesman KB Mosito: “We explored a way to say thank you to our loyal supporters, who went through thick and thin with the club and supported the players when they needed it. In the end, Sundowns decided that there is no better way to express our gratitude particularly as the game on Tuesday is our last home game. This is also a chance for the supporters to give the boys that final push over the hurdle towards the league championship. We need every member of the Yellow Brigade to turn up on Tuesday. We also encourage them to arrive early an enjoy a match between Clapham High School – winners of the last Sanlam Kay Motsepe Cup, which is made up of Mamelodi Sundowns Academy players and School of Excellence. This game will kick off at 5.30 on Ground B. Clapham is the school that gave us Percy Tau, who has taken the soccer scene by storm.”
Meanwhile, the First Team has been hard at work preparing for this crucial game,and their practice included a match against Iran, which they won 1 – 0.
Sundowns only need three points to record an unassailable 64 points to take the championship, and even though they still have another match from which to get the points, they know that it would be great to seal it at their home ground on Tuesday.
It is expected that the intensity will be massive, and Sundowns will need great resolve to take the points – against a side that has traditionally given them a hard time.
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