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Soccer legends Donald "Ace" Khuse and Mike "Nanana" Ntombela will conduct coaching clinics before this year's final of the Putco Safa Soweto Cup on Saturday.
The final, scheduled to start at 3pm at the Safa Pimville-Klipsruit Development Centre, will feature Pimville Cameroon and Orlando All Nations.
All Nations booked a place in the final after defeating Senaoane Gladiators 5-4 on penalties, while Cameroon pipped White City Tigers 1-0.
The winners will receive R10000 and the runners-up R5000. Tigers and Gladiators will battle it out at 10am for a bronze medal.
Phil "Chippa" Mogodi, newly elected Safa Central Gauteng president, said they were expecting 40 children to take part in the clinics.
Ntombela, a soccer manager at Adidas South Africa, is the technical adviser and general manager of Senaoane Gunners.
Khuse is employed by Kaizer Chiefs as a development coach. Mogodi said the clinics will start at noon, adding that 140 clubs took part in the tournament.