How Pirates defender Paseka Mako's career was salvaged by Mokwena Paseka was not well-liked in the academy, so when he was playing, Mokwena exclaimed, "My goodness, I can't dismiss a guy like this." Paseka Mako is one of Orlando Pirates' top players, but it's likely that things might have gone differently for him had Rulani Mokwena not stepped in.
Richard Ofori has finally Opened up about a bad incident that happened when Pirates took on Baroka.The incident shocked many people in SA. Richard Ofori clashed with Mako. He was trying to clear the ball from danger area, but he accidentally hit him on the face with a knee.
More love pouring in for Orlando Pirates defender Paseka Mako as Mpumalanga outfit TS Galaxy took the Friday morning to stop by the hospital to check up on the left back. Coach Sead Ramovic as well as some of the club players can be spotted in the pictures sharing flowers wishing him a speedy recovery.
Scenes from Tuesday night were heartbreaking to the football community at large as Ghanaian goalkeeper Richard Ofori Collided with his teammate Paseka Mako and left him unconscious for moments. Fortunately enough, the 28-year-old left back ha regained his consciousness and received many best wishes including one from an Egyptian Premier League coach.
Last week Orlando Pirates confirmed that their injured left back Paseka Mako has been ruled out for the rest of the season following being discharged from hospital. The defender has been cleared stable but will have to recover before returning to action once again. His injury however did not stop him from showing support to his teammates as he was spotted at the Orlando Stadium on Sunday evening watching the game from the stands.
(Source: thesouthafrican.com) The football fraternity has been talking about the horrific incident in the DStv Premiership campaign. It's something that has been difficult to digest for numerous Orlando Pirates hopefuls after seeing their goalkeeper Richard Ofori clash with the club's wing back Paseka Mako.
Orlando Pirates co-mentor Mandla Ncikazi has said thanks to players and mentors from different clubs who visited Paseka Mako in emergency clinic after the left-back's unnerving head injury during the Premiership match against Baroka in Polokwane last week. Some who were at Peter Mokaba arena to watch the goalless match, including mentors and players from the two sides, and fans who watched on their TVs at home, were diminished to tears and dreading for the most obviously terrible as Mako experienced an awfulness conflict in his old neighborhood.
huge boost for the Sea Robbers Orlando Pirates with thier coach Mandla Ncilikazi confirmed that Paseka Mako is ready for of his horror injury. Mako collided two weeks ago with his teammater goalkeeper Richard Ofori in a goalless draw against Baroka Football Club away from home. It was confirmed on his arrival at hospital that he suffered a nose and face fracture during the collision after he was stabilised.
The football community was struck with a rare but important incident when Orlando Pirates took on Baroka on Tuesday. This was a reminder of the dangers that come with the game and what players go through to entertain fans. We saw an incident which saw one of the players leave the field in an ambulance.
There will be a DStv Premiership match between Orlando Pirates' Paseka Mako and Thami Masiya of Baroka FC during the match at Peter Mokaba Stadium on April 12, 2022. Mako was evacuated from the field by ambulance after a horrific collision with Baroka goalie Oscarine Masuluke later in the game.
Condition of Mako Apr 13, 2022, 7:58 a.m. by a member of the staff PREMIERSHIP An update has been released on Paseka Mako's condition following his horrific injury in Orlando Pirates' 2-1 win against Baroka FC. After a clash with teammate Richard Ofori, Mako was knocked unconscious and had to be taken to the hospital by ambulance during Pirates' 0-0 tie with Baroka.
(Source: Twitter.com - @iDiskiTimes) When players get to work together to achieve the same game within the club, and that's to win silverware and even games, then there might be hiccups along the way. This was visible when Orlando Pirates played to a draw against Marumo Gallants a couple of days back, but the match was overshadowed by an incident that got the football fraternity praying.
Orlando Pirates co-mentor Mandla Ncikazi has uncovered that Paseka Mako is recuperating great and will actually want to play football in the future after his shock injury following a crash with Richard Ofori. The Buccaneers protector collied with his own goalkeeper in goalless draw with Baroka as the two players just had eyes ready, leaving Mako oblivious for some time.
The head coach of Al Ahly Pitso Mosimane has sent a message to Orlando Pirates star Paseka Mako. The 28-year old Mako was involved in a horrific injury on Tuesday night after he collided with Richard Ofori on a game against Baroka FC. The player's injury caught the attention of the media and many people have reacted to it while some took their time to wish the player a speedy recovery.
South African soccer fraternity was left in great great on Tuesday night after a freak accident that happened between two Orlando Pirates players when they were playing against Baroka FC at the New Peter Mokaba stadium in Polokwane, there were fears all around the country of the worst that could happen to Paseka Mako after he was knocked out cold by his goalkeeper Richards Ofori who knocked him on the face with a knee when the two were going for the same ball, people were relieved when it was reported that he did not suffer any serious fractures on the skull.
One of Orlando Pirates' defender will not feature for the club this season again and has been sent home. Paseka Mako has finally been discharged from hospital following his horrific collision against goalkeeper teammate Richard Ofori. The defender has been declared to be in a good condition to go home and that is where he will continue his healing process, but unfortunately he won't be able to play again this season.
Orlando Pirates player Paseka Mako shows much better, slowly but recovering day by day. Mako was admitted to the nearest hospital in Polokwane after his collision with Richard Ofori during their game with Baroka FC. Both players were looking up at the ball that was a counter-attack from Baroka FC.
(Source: news24.com) Orlando Pirates have been nervous in the past couple of days, following the unfortunate injury on their key player. This is something that came out of nowhere, and shocked both Pirates and the football fraternity. As they couldn't understand the whole injuries that were sustained by the Bucs defender Paseka Mako.
FADLU DAVIDS blasted the emergency medical personnel at the Peter Mokaba Stadium for their response to Paseka Mako's horrific injuries. During Tuesday's 0-0 DStv Premiership draw between Pirates and Baroka FC, Mako was knocked unconscious after clashing with teammate Richard Ofori late in the game. He was struck in the head by Ofori's knee as he came out of his box to clear a ball and needed quick medical attention.
The Pirates clinical group responded rapidly, and had the option to affirm that the player was cognizant and relaxing. Privateers and Baroka in the end proceeded with the installation, with the two groups sharing the crown jewels in a goalless draw. Orlando Pirates have made an announcement affirming the uplifting news that protector Paseka Mako experienced no "skull crack" or "any mind drain" following his crash with goalkeeper Richard Ofori on Tuesday.