Every football player that plays for any big team from any part of the world has just one thing in mind whenever they get an opportunity to be part of a big club, and that is an opportunity or desire to play, or to be featured for their respective team in the league that which they partake in. South African football players are not an exception on this regard as they too are passionate to play for their teams in the Premier Soccer League.
Besides injuries and retirements, one other element that prevents footballers to play for their respective clubs is suspensions. In the DStv premiership three of Orlando Pirates players have found themselves walking on top of eggs as they have picked up causions from the referees, and this is not something that the Soweto giants needs right now as they already have about four of their players unavailable for selection as a result of injuries which they sustained.
The club captain Happy Jele, Abel Mabaso and Goodman Mosele have found themselves having picked up three yellow cards and this is a bad position which they have put themselves in as well as the club. Should any of the three players pick up a yellow card this will be bad news for the sea robbers as they will be having more players seating in the stands. Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids need all of their players available and ready for selection as they will also be hoping that those who are currently injured will recover as soon as possible.
The recent injuries that the club has picked up have also forced the interim coaches to compromise in terms of their player selection, and this is a strainous position they are in and the more there are few players available this could risk those who are fit to play to end up picking up injuries as a result of fatigue or musle strain.
(Source: Soccer Laduma)
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