TTM coach to continue wearing military attire

Premiership

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC head coach Lucky Nelukau has explained the reasons behind his military attire worn during the Nedbank Cup match against SuperSport United played at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Friday.

TTM booked their place into the Nedbank Cup semi-finals after beating SuperSport by 3-2 in Limpopo on Friday.

They will now face Marumo Gallants in the last four of the Ke Yona Cup tournament.

Nelukau stole the show on the sidelines with his camouflage outfit on Friday against Matsatsantsa and has since vowed to continue wearing the military attire for the rest of their Nedbank Cup campaign.

"We are going to use that uniform every day because we are honouring our late brother Arnold Mudau.

"He is my brother, my friend and he was my everything," Nelukau tells KickOff.

"He was also close to the team.

"He was part of the formation of this team. He passed away recently due to a car accident.

"The ancestors are saying we must wear it every time we play.

"The ancestors are saying we must honour him. Everywhere I go I know he is with me. He was an honest man and liked to bring peace to every conflict."

TTM remain the only GladAfrica Championship side in the tournament at the semi-final stage.

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