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Pirates face a possibility of not playing continental football next season

Soweto giants and Caf Confederations Cup runners up for the 2021/2022 season face the possibility of not taking part in continental football. Bucs missed out on the possibility of reaching second place on the DSTV premiership as the drew against KZN based side Royal AM. Amabhakabhakas draw with Royal AM cemented Cape Town City's second place finish in the 2021/2022 season. Equally meaning Cape Town City have qualified for the CAF Champions League next season. [ Source: https://twitter.com/iDiskiTimes/status/1530269511496396800?t=Jn3wJybEJ_EQ9jInMuodKQ&s=19 ]

Though all hope is not lost for the Buccaneers as they still have a slight opportunity of stealing the CAF Confederations Cup spot from current holders Royal AM if they defeat Supersport United on monday. Though Pirates will have to defeat Supersport United by 5 goals or more if they are to qualify. Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids will need to oil a team that will not only score but also keep a clean sheet on Monday against Matsatsantsa a Pitori. [ Source: https://twitter.com/iDiskiTimes/status/1530271578231037952?t=gu9CVELf4A8TP954njY2z3SVxz8kLMzD3CuQAD7WvPE&s=19 ]

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