Orlando Pirates football club have just confirmed their new signings as they are preparing for the upcoming Dstv premiership season as well as the Dstv Diski Challenge as both seasons will commerce in the few coming months, and they are busy buying new players and release anothers. Orlando Pirates football club have already completed some several signings.
Now news reaching us are saying that the Soweto Giants, Orlando Pirates football club have vanquish their rivals which is Kaizer Chiefs football club on the two youngsters who were playing for Orbit football club and now they have signed a contract with Orlando Pirates football club, “Yes, it is true, the boys trained with the Chiefs reserve team for three days last week and they were impressed with them, but unfortunately they were slow to react and Pirates came back to finalize the deal,” this the statement regarding these two youngsters who recently joined Orlando Pirates football club.
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Source : https://www.sabcsport.co.za/sabcsport/revealed-how-pirates-beat-chiefs-to-exciting-duo/
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