At the point when a club has had sufficient then it will essentially go to the media to expose the legends encompassing any secrets.
The gossip factory has been overflowing that DStv Premier Soccer League goliaths Orlando Pirates are accounted for to have postponed a worthwhile agreement for Jwaneng Galaxy short plug Ezekiel Morake.
The shot customer was in sparkling structure when his Botswana club played against Mamelodi Sundowns in the CAF Champions League just as against Orlando Pirates in the CAF Confederations Cup fundamental stages.
He has since been connected with a transition to Pirates that has gotten the Botswana media in a craze. However, these tales have now been suppressed by Jwaneng Galaxy mouthpiece,Tankiso Morake.
He said they are yet to get any proposal on the table and the connection between the two gatherings is a surprising bit of information to him.
Gone after remarks, Ezekiel Morake's representative Bakang Moipone said the player is as yet contracted to Jwaneng Galaxy and no offer has been postponed.
It appears to be like the Botswana shot plug won't be sliding on South African soil at any point in the near future.
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