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The new Ethiopian football season’s curtain-raising Knockout Championship Cup final brings together old rivals St. George and Defense Force today. Defending double champions Commercial Bank faces Dedebit for the women’s Cup Winners Cup showdown.
With more than five weeks of pre-season preparation in the town of Bishoftu (Debre Zeit), followed by a series of friendly matches, Defense Force appears ready for its recent Knockout Championship final. Rumored to have lost some key players such as striker Chala Diriba, Coach Gebremedhin Haile is expected to bring in new talent in the quest for the title.
With barely a break in the summer because of engagements in Confederation Cup international fixtures last year, Premier League runner-up St. George, led by caretaker coach Fasil Tekalegn, is in serious contention for the trophy because it is their only chance to book a place in the international arena as the Ethiopian Knockout champions. Despite having not yet appointed a replacement for German coach Michael Krugger, the Saints are favorites to win their fifth knockout title, having the best squad minus Yonatan Kebede and Tesfaye Alebachew who they lost to injury.
The other cup final today is between the Ethiopian women football heavyweights, Commercial Bank and Dedebit, who are vying for the Cup Winners Cup trophy. Coach Berhanu Gizaw, who coaches the National women’s side, is at the helm of the defending double champions Commercial Bank and the team is favored to win its third title.