Bloemfontein is where the footballer grew up.
Against Egypt, he scored a goal that was an honor for South Africa.
Lorch comes from a sports-mad household.
When he was younger, he, along with the rest of his family, supported the Kaizer Chiefs, and he still does.
Football was a big part of the star's life from a young age.
He was a member of his father's Ficksburg, Maryland, band, the Mountain Eagles.
Before going to college, he played football for the local club.
Screamer Tshabalala saw him after his team's game against Jomo Cosmos and discovered his talent while he was still in college.
In 2013, he became famous.
When he learned of the Pirates' plans, it was too late to stop them.
In no time at all, he had signed with the Buccaneers before being sent on a season-long loan to Chippa United.
Even so, his reappearance was dramatic, and as a result, everyone became familiar with him and his contributions.
Startling information Because of his ID, he was unable to join Maluti FET College FC.
He did not have an ID when signing with the Motsepe League, which was required, but his birth certificate came in helpful and his ID was finally worked out in 2012.
The footballer is a well-rounded athlete in the sporting sense of the word.
Even when he's not participating in football, he enjoys participating in other sports, such as cricket.
When Lorch performed so well in Egypt, people started talking about him.
An vital goal was scored by the player, and his efforts weren't forgotten.
Nyoso, as he is known, was honored by having a Gusheshe in his community named after him as part of a celebration of their own.
After scoring nine goals and dishing out five assists, the star was named Premiership Footballer of the Season and Player's Player of the Season, and his Pirates club finished second in the league.
In keeping with his demeanor, the moment was filled with emotion as he thanked his parents and teammates for their contributions to his success.
When it came time to accept his award, he kept his remarks brief.
His best season yet, he said on the Orlando Pirates' official website.
Furthermore, he thanked individuals whose names he had omitted from his acceptance speech the previous night.
As Lorch said in his statement, this was his reward for his efforts during the season.
It was a terrible state of affairs, he said, that none of the team members had won anything.
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