Orlando Pirates legend Teboho Moloi has backed his former club to lift the MTN8 trophy in Durban on Saturday.
Pirates will be coming up against a revived Amazulu FC at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Bucs are aiming to reclaim the trophy they won two seasons ago under former German coach Josef Zinnbauer.
Touchdown KwaZulu! Is’khathi samaBozza sesifikile!.@AmaZuluFootball vs .@orlandopirates – it’s a sold out game & kuzoba mnandi! Watch as our GM: Brand & Marketing, Nomsa Chabeli, tells us more about this exciting #MTN8Final! This is #MTN8 #WafaWafa – the winner takes all! pic.twitter.com/25x1Ik6RW3
— MTN8 Wafa Wafa! (@MTN8) November 3, 2022
On the other hand, Amazulu are chasing their first trophy since lifting the Coca Cola Cup in 1992.
Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium will host the MTN8 final for the third time in a row. This will be the 7th time in 10 years for the iconic 2010 FIFA World Cup venue to host …