By NAKAMPE LEKWADU
WHILE most of the fans around the country will be enjoying an action galore when eight clubs take each other in the quarterfinals of the Nedbank Cup, some of the Premiership’s bad boys will be missing in action due to suspensions.
Among the suspended players include Kaizer Chiefs’ Vallery Neharo whose team has a tricky match away to giant killers, Baroka FC on Sunday afternoon.
The SAFA- Limpopo’s Vodsacom League side, Baroka welcome Chiefs at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane in the match which is expected to produce fireworks.
Nehayo’s other culprits in the forthcoming Ke Yona Cup matches, include Orlando Pirates’ Katlego “Mahoota” Mashego who is also expected to watch from the grand stand as the mighty Pirates entertain Free State Stars at the Orlando Stadium on Monday afternoon.
The most hard hit though by suspension will be AmaZulu as they will be without two key players in Carlington Nyandomo and Sibusiso Hadebe when they host relegated Mpumalanga Black Aces at the King Zwelithini Stadium on Sunday.
On the other hand, Black Leopards and their opponents Vasco da Gama will also be without Tintswalo Tshabalala and Jonathan Armagam when they face each other in the only match scheduled for Saturday at the Peter Mobaba Stadium