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Caps United hike gate charges for Mazembe tie

15/03/2017 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
 
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CAPS UNITED have hiked gate charges from $3 to $5 for the rest of ground ticket ahead of their decisive Caf Champions League first round second leg of the African Champions league against TP Mazembe at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

Those wishing to watch the match from the VIP will have to fork out $20 while the VVIP will cost $50.

Caps United chief executive Cuthbert Chitima said the decision was arrived at as they were financially drained following their trips to Mauritius where they played Lioli in the preliminary round of the competition.

They also travelled to Lubumbashi, (DRC) last weekend. In their previous home match against Lioli which they won 2-1 on aggregate they incurred a loss of $8 000 after paying match officials as well as security.

"We have hiked gate charges for this game after a serious consideration of where we are coming from and where we are going. We need to encourage all football lovers across the country to come in their numbers and support us for a noble cause as we raise the national flag high," said Chitima.

Caps United need at least a goalless draw to qualify to the group stage of the prestigious competition where they are guaranteed a $550 000 pay cheque.



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