It has been a frustrating season for a large number of Orlando Pirates players who are struggling for game time.
While some are hoping for their situation to improve, some are already contemplating moving out of the club.
The Bucs have had a mixed season and the fact that they have not yet appointed a permanent manager is bad news for some as they do not know what to expect.
One of those players who is reportedly unhappy at the club due to lack of game time is the charismatic Siphesihle Ndlovu.
Ndlovu has struggled for game time in much of this season and has only been used sporadically.
According to football publication Phakaathi, his management team is already looking for options elsewhere should his situation at the club not improve.
“Look, you cannot have a 25-year-old sitting on the bench almost every week. At that age, a player is supposed to be at the peak of their powers and playing regularly. At this point, there might be a possibility of getting a short-term loan in January,” said a mole in the player’s camp.
An exit from the club is imminent.
Source: The Citizen (Gauteng) Tue, Nov 30, 2021
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