Mangethe played in many of these in his days as an Amakhosi player. Now, he will have the opportunity to coach his beloved team in the same fixture.
“It gives you goosebumps, you know. The history of the two giants when they meet,” he told Julia Stuart of SuperSport TV.
“Everything comes to a standstill in the country. I for one, having been there as a player and now as a coach is a privilege.
“But also knowing very well the responsibility on our shoulders to go out there and give our best, you know, and make sure that people who have been supporting us through thick and thin, we make them happy.” He added.
10111 was asked to pinpoint some of his fondest memories of the Soweto Derby as a player.
“It’s hard to single out. There’s too many.
“Some we won, some we drew and some we lost. What was key as an individual was to go out there, showcase your talent and show people what you’re made of you know.
“As you know, the history of these game, they are always hyped up because of the number of people who will be coming to the stadium. Also, people who will be watching the game on television, so that alone tells you how important this game is in the country.” Zwane spoke.
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