BREAKING: Former Orlando Pirates and Cape Town City player Justin Shonga has marked a three-year contract with Egyptian Premier League club Ismaily SC.
Mulenga and Justin were my Favourate players till Pirates began their rubbish Morris never got sufficient opportunity to substantiate himself while he was a quality player.
how might privateers let go of shonga mulenga memela Qalinge including micho take a gander at privateers now it is exceptionally feeble.
I question if Bro Steve committed to the refs as I realize that Steve I
s one of the restrained mentor we have in Dstv prevalence myb there was only a misconception.
He just let privateers know that he didn't get anything to offer however required them to redesign his vocation and leave them with nothing enroute to better groups in europe or at Chiefs.
Morris played very well for Pirates he even obliterated Chiefs,lot's of acceptable quality came in and left without being allowed any opportunity
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