Orlando Pirates Football Club is one of the few clubs, in South African top-flight football that has been dealt a tough hand when it comes to injuries, almost all of their attacking have had a period on the sidelines due to injury the last 13 months.
To show how hard injuries have been troubling them, two of their star forwards Thembinkosi Lorch and Zakele Lepasa are yet to feature for the club this season and are set to return to action in the second of the season, and to make matters worse for them Vincent Pule joined the long injury list as he is also set to return to action next year.
While Pule and Lorch may return to action early next year, Lepasa who has been out for well over a year now is set to return towards the end of the season.
The 24-year-old, took to his Instagram handle to share what has been his motivation to work hard and return to action, he cited the hardships his girlfriend went through in the hospital bed before his untimely passing in December 2020 as his motivation to return to work hard and return to action.
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