Rollers defend steep ticket pricing

Explanation: Shah (Shah) and Sommerset Gobuiwang addressing journalists in Gaborone yesterday. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Explanation: Shah (Shah) and Sommerset Gobuiwang addressing journalists in Gaborone yesterday. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

Township Rollers have defended their relatively high ticket prices for the CAF Champions League return leg tie against Kaizer Chiefs on February 28.

Township Rollers Holdings managing director, Jagdish Shah said hosting the South African side would cost more than P750,000 hence the need to recover costs. 

The cheapest ticket sells for P75 while the grand stand seats would cost P500.

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