Cape Town City are urging their fans to join the battle against the spread against the coronavirus and wished the nation well as it goes into lockdown at midnight.
City midfielder Thabo Nodada says: “Hi guys. Sending light and life to everyone in the country, asking to help fight the coronavirus. Asking everyone to stay safe and keep to good hygiene and stop the spread, so that people can go back to work, the kids can go back to school and I can go back to playing football.
“I have no doubt that we can beat it as a country. Take care.”
“We send all our regards to our supporters. We miss you during these times 💙”— Cape Town City FC (@CapeTownCityFC) March 24, 2020
City defender Taariq Fielies encourages Citizens to stay strong and remain healthy 🙏#ShukranTara #FansAreTheTeam pic.twitter.com/tNFP1kyl8O
Hard-tackling centreback Taariq Fielies adds his prayers.
He says: “We send all our regards and greetings to all our supporters.
“We miss you a lot during these times and we know you miss us too.
“We pray that we will all work together in this situation.
“Be sure to wash your hands, use your hand sanitisers and don’t shake each other’s hands anymore.
“If we work together, we get this virus Inshallah.”