Dube urges fans to follow protocols and turn out in numbers
Dube urges fans to follow protocols and turn out in numbers

Posted in News, Team News on Apr 13, 2022.

Kaizer Chiefs defender Austin Dube is urging Amakhosi supporters to get vaccinated and to get their PCR tests done in good time, so they can turn up in large numbers for Chiefs’ first home game in front of supporters in over two years against SuperSport United on Saturday.

Dube was signed during lockdown and is one of those Chiefs players who is itching to hear the roar of Amakhosi’s faithful supporters cheering them on in the stands for the first time.

“Personally, I am really looking forward to the supporters being there. We’ve been missing them a lot. It will be an advantage for us having them in the stands and we urge them to come in numbers and to get vaccinated or to get their PCR tests done, so they are able to be at the stadium on Saturday,” says Dube.

Fans attending Chiefs matches are urged to make sure they carry all the documents required for entry to watch the match, namely a valid match ticket, ID or licence card, proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test not older than 72 hours (3 days).

Turning to Saturday’s evening 19h30 game at FNB Stadium against Matsatsantsa, Dube says Amakhosi have been preparing really well in training and have a good sense of what to expect from their opponents.

“We played SuperSport United in the first round and we know their style of play, which is an advantage. They know us, we know them, but the focus is not so much on them, but on improving on our side what we can work on from our previous game. For now, our focus is to go all out to win our remaining games and that’s what we are working towards,” says Dube.

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