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Confirmed Pirates Management To Replace Coaches

I'm one of few people who think that the Orlando Pirates might be too big for both Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids.

In the league for example if you pay attention to our statistics you realize that majority of the rival teams have played fewer games yet they are on top of us in the log table.

Domestically we are out of all the cup competitions to make matters worse, we lost both legs of Soweto Derby may not even play Caf cup football next season, we are in shambles.

To be honest, we've got one of the best squads in the division, but for some reason, teams with little firepower are doing better than us at the moment.

The management did try and give both coaches a chance to implement their ideas but so far it's hard to trust the process, the management has run out of patience and they want to pull the trigger and appoint a world-class tactician.

Right now the Orlando Pirates has only a few matches left in the current campaign it would be best to hire a new coach, during the winter transfer window.

A world-class tactician such as Calvin Johnson has been heavily linked with the coaching, role ever since he left the Egyptian giants.

Let us be honest we knew from the beginning when Joseph left his post that we were in the market searching for a new coach, I won't be surprised to see a new coach at the helm at the beginning of the new season.

Another problem facing both Mandla and Davids is that a team like the Orlando Pirates is handling the dressing room, it's clear as day like that the coaches can not handle those big egos we need someone at the profile of Mosimane who is used to coaching stars that is the only way to breach the gap against Mamelodi Sundowns. 


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