- Black Leopards are hoping the proposed upgrades to the stadium will be okayed by the PSL inspection team under Prof Ronnie Schloss
- The team officials suggested they have gone a step further in doing the upgrades and are confident of hosting Orlando Pirates at the stadium in their next match
- Concern remains whether it will be passed fit in time for the match, If not passed fit on time the match will be played at the Peter Mokaba stadium in Polokwane.
Lidoda Duvha as Black Leopards are affectionately known are confident they will host the Buccaneers at Thohoyandou Stadium in their upcoming match. The club is facing a race against time as the PSL committee is yet to carry out inspections at the stadium and pass the upgrades at the stadium as acceptable to host Premiership matches. Fans will be hoping to see the Bucs in action in a match in which they will fancy their team's chances given the poor early season form of Pirates.
According to Times Live, Simon Madi‚ the manager for Environment and Risk Management for Thulamela Local Municipality‚ sounded confident that they would get the thumps up from the PSL inspection team. Briefly.co.za ascertained that the contractors who were carrying out the upgrades have since left the stadium and all that remains is for the PSL to certify it fit for use by the Club.
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