The German tactician has revealed that Orlando Pirates striker and Ghanaian international Kwame Peprah was a target for Maritzburg United in the previous transfer window but he ultimately joined the buccaneers.
The club is currently in a battle in the drop zone where relation is a reality for the KwaZulu-Natal outfit. The club's poor performance might be as a result of not signing good players in the previous window.
The former Kaizer Chiefs holds a in incredible against Kwame Peprah's current employer Pirates as the boss has never lost a match against Bucs while at chiefs.
Peprah has been on and off for Pirates this season. The striker scored the vital goal as Pirates defeated Simba FC in their last outing in the Caf Confederations Cup.
The Buccaneers are set to face Al Ahly Tripoli in the semis where a win would edge them closer to long awaited Caf glory.
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