Majoro, a former Kaizer Chiefs striker, has revealed what happened when he left Amakhosi and immediately joined Orlando City. He believes the Phefeni Glamour Boys never respected him or his dreams or wishes, and that they only needed his services despite the fact that he is in desperate need of money.
Amazulu have signed Majoro after he was forced to choose between his medical career, which he was pursing at the time, and playing for the Chiefs. When Majoro chose his career over the Chiefs, the latter terminated his contract, according to reports.
The 35-year-old striker went on to say that two weeks after his departure from Naturena, he received a phone call from Orlando Pirates, who offered him a contract despite the fact that he was still studying. He also claimed that immediately after he was signed and announced by Pirates, he began receiving calls from alleged Chiefs fans.
I remember the club management calling me and telling me that they wanted to cancel my contract because I was too concentrated on my medical studies; after two days, they asked me to pick between continuing my studies or remaining in the club; I chose to remain in the club. The reason I chose medicine was because it had been a lifelong dream of mine to be a doctor. After everything was agreed upon, my contract was terminated. After two weeks, I received a phone call from the Orlando Pirates, who informed me that I was permitted to practice medicine while playing for them, but that I was not permitted to be late for training or other important events. Immediately upon the announcement of my arrival, Chiefs fans began threatening me, while others demonstrated in front of my home, throwing bottles and rocks at me. It was one of the most painful experiences of my life; I didn't want to leave, but I was coerced into doing so".
Over the course of three seasons with Kaizer Chiefs between 2011 and 2013, the Major scored a total of 19 goals. He then moved to Orlando Pirates, where he played a total of 46 games and scored nine goals over three seasons.
Upon leaving the Pirates, he moved on to Cape Town City and then Bidvest Wits before returning to Amazulu, where he is currently under the guidance of Benni McCarthy.
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