Thursday , June 24 2021

SuperSport arrives later with Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates Games for TV

SuperSport television channels have reached an agreement recently on Wednesday to watch the Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates competition on television on television.

The SuperSports online online timeline does not yet end in two weeks with the two clubs that match the agreement.

Pirates meets the League of Seychelles League at the opening of the Caf Champions League after losing the 2013 final of the Australian giant Al Ahly in Bucs competition at the Orlando Stadium on Wednesday night (Wednesday 19:30 p.m.).

Chiefs unveils the host of the Zimamoto club in Tanzania in the round of Confed Cup rounds at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (7:30 p.m.).

In the two matches of Wednesday, the SA clubs will participate: Mamelodi Sundowns Leones Vegetarianos with Guinea Equatorial Guinea League Championship; and FreeStars Stars Rwanda's Mukura Victory Sports at Konfined at Bidvest Stadium are not extending to SuperSport or SABC on television.

Neo Momodu, CEO: SABC's business and marketing affairs, said that public money-lenders do not currently have to pay the rights of continental matches.

"Due to the severe economic situation of SABC, the Caf Champions League and the Confederations Cup were not purchased for broadcasting rights. SABC will not issue any games," said Momoduk.

SuperSport's communications manager Clinton van der Berg said Chiefs and Pirates' Caf talk games on television.

"These are the particular rights of the clubs. We had to wait for the forecasts and have them scheduled beforehand," Van der Berg said.

The administrative administration of Pirates, Floyd Mbel, said Bucs was expecting confirmation of the Confederation of the African Football Federation (SAF) television broadcasting rights for TV programs that control the clubs.

From the phases of the group, TB controls television rights.

"We are reproducing a previous report by CAF through Safari, whether our television rights are ours, and the power of this conversation allows the broadcaster to go and watch TV," said Mbel.

Sundowns CEO Yogesh Singh said the 2016 Champions League wins with a SuperSport dealer's domestic leg up on Atteridgeville on December 5.

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