Wolfsburg want revenge on Birds

Wolfsburg want revenge on Birds

Posted: 30 December 2009 Time: 09:54 am

Germany’s Bundesliga champions Vfl Wolfsburg and Moroka Swallows are set to lock horns in the VW Challenge in Port Elizabeth on Monday.

According to a report in The Herald this morning, the battle for the VW Ambassadors Cup will be a rare visit for a German-based club playing in South Africa.

The game, which will be held at the NMMU Xerox Stadium, will mark the second encounter between the two clubs.

Their previous game was held in Hanover, Germany, in 2007 with Swallows winning 1-0.

Currently placed eighth in the PSL, the Dube Birds will have to toughen up their game against a star-studded side that will be seeking revenge for their home defeat two years ago.

Wolfsburg are expected to land in the PE at 20h00 on Sunday and Swallows at lunchtime on the same day.

The day after their encounter, the clubs – along with Bay United – will be hosting a coaching clinic for children, which will be held at the New Brighton Oval.

The training camp is expected to attract many children from rural areas.

Article by: AN Other

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 10:13 am
Gud gesture.dis kind of event keep kids of da streets
Anonymous
posted: 10:43 am
Very funny swallows heh!!!!These group in the picture is all Swallows can show for after so many years of existence!Oh i just remembered,most of them have joined Botho Borotho Sunflower whatever they call themselves nowadays.

Ag!On a positive note though.Big ups to them especially the sponsorship of R10.000 a month plus free use of their VW cars - I WISH I was playing for you.
SWAI SWAI FOR LIFE SWINE
Anonymous
posted: 10:46 am
Most of their players will easily qualify for my UNDER 40 League in Mamelodi West Football Association.

Joining fee is free !!!!!!Those who want directions to join the league shud call me on my 3310 top of the range phone,no pls call me pls pls pls!!!
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