Orlando Pirates have not had any luck in the Striking department, however it seems like their luck is about to change.They we're forced to play without their regular strikers in the past.Things are likely to change when they play in the Nedbank cup and going forward.
According to report Pirates lethal strikers, Tshegofatso Mabasa and Zakhele Lepasa are closer to retuning to action.According to Pirates coach , Zinnbauer one of the players could feature in the Nedbank cup if necessary, however he does not want to rush them until their fully fit. It will depend on the strategy for the game against Uthongathi.
Orlando Pirates was doing well before most of the strikers got injured. They won the MTN8 cup. They are hoping to show consistency in terms of winning, when the pair returns to action.
Please don't rush the two strikers. We want them fully recoverd in today's game play Jean Marc Makusu or Zambian forward Mowowo said social media use.
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