Cape Town City FC to play its upcoming home match versus Maritzburg United away from home, in Durban, Kwa Zulu Natal due to the unavailability of stadiums for Football in the Cape Town Province. The sad news were announce today by Benni McCarthy, Head Coach Cape Town City FC.
Benni McCarthy wrote an open letter to the public raising frustration on how event perceived to be aligned to black people are mis-treated in the Mother City.
According to Benni’s letter Rugby and other Whites aligned sporting events are getting are still given a priority treatments to Football by both Provincial and Municipal administration.
Read Full Statement by Benni:
CT City coach & @BafanaBafana all time top scorer Benni McCarthy has hit out at the city of Cape Town for closing down on football but prioritising rugby & other Cinderella sports!
— Dominic Chimhavi (@DChimhavi) 30 November 2017
— Justice4All (@Unathi_Kwaza) 30 November 2017
Benni McCarthy on his OPEN LETTER: When there’s a rugby competition, the stadium is ready. When there’s a nitro circus car event, the stadium is ready. For football, Cape Town’s World Cup stadium is unavailable
— brighten (@u_bhekani) 30 November 2017
Benni McCarthy showing leadership✊🏿 https://t.co/9mQn59GlDx
— Thembinkosi Phakathi (@terrorpk1) 30 November 2017
Benni McCarthy’s statement on Cape Town City’s venue change is 🔥🔥 and so true. Very disappointing how Cape Town teams are being forced to play away from home turf for non footballing events.
— Rossé Marrai-Ricco (@RossellaMarrai) 30 November 2017