Former Orlando Pirates striker Justin Shonga has started his Egyptian adventure on a high with a goal and assist for the Ismaily side that managed a 2-0 win in their Friendly encounter against Al Mokawloon. Shonga played the full 90 minutes of the match.
Pirates have released great players their management is fucked up that why it will be difficult to catch Sundowns.They released Mulenga,Memela,Shonga,Qalinge,Kutumela,Mobara and more.Only to give us Dzukumanja,Dlamini,Makhubela,Tyson Orlando Pirates sometimes.
He is a good player Just that he didn't fit well under Mokoena n citizens didn't give him enough time. I was very pleased as a chiefs fan to see Shonga leaving Orlando Pirates i have too many reasons.The most important thing is about his confidence. He is reviving it surely.
This guy is deadly, with skills, pace, making deadly runs, positioning, team player, free kick specialist, hey rulani, Josef Zinnbauer and David's have destroyed Pirates, now we are a laughing stock, evn Sundowns know that they never won against Micho.Great start shonga its good you are happy some teams would have ruined your career.
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