Sukazi wants Amakhosi again in final: "A rivalry of its own kind”

Sukazi wants Amakhosi again in final: "A rivalry of its own kind”

- TS Galaxy boss Tim Sukazi wants history to repeat itself in the Nedbank Cup

- Sukazi called for another final between Galaxy and Kaizer Chiefs

- The Galaxy owner also talked up the rivalry between the two sides

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TS Galaxy boss Tim Sukazi wants lightning to strike twice in this season's Nedbank Cup.

Few will be able to forget last season's finale between Kaizer Chiefs and the minnows from Mpumalanga.

Although Chiefs struggled for form, the odds were still stacked against Galaxy in the David-versus-Goliath battle.

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However, Sukazi's side prevailed as they beat Chiefs 1-0 in the final to seal the historic win.

Briefly.co.za reported on the epic victory and the aftermath thereof.

It seems last season's victory was so sweet that Sukazi wants to get another taste as he called for another final against the Amakhosi.

Sukazi said, "Any match between Kaizer Chiefs and TS Galaxy is a rivalry of its own kind."

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KickOFF.com reported that Sukazi feels the two sides wouldn't struggle to fill any stadium in the country.

Speaking at the Nedbank Cup draw, Sukazi felt that both Galaxy and Chiefs would overcome their opponents to the final hurdle.

He added, "This is the fixture reserved for the last moment. It's not going to come anytime soon, it will come at the right time and that time will be the cup final."

Briefly.co.za noted that Galaxy's cup victory made history in more ways than one.

Aside from the fact that the tournament was won by a side competing in the lower tier, Galaxy were the only team to achieve the feat by playing all their matches away from home.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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