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Makhanya: Pirates' Top Five Greatest Strikers In PSL Era

Makhanya: Pirates' Top Five Greatest Strikers In PSL Era

An ex-attacker at Orlando Pirates takes a trip down memory lane and names his top five best strikers ever don the team's illustrious jersey with Orlando Pirates coach Jose Riveiro already concerned about his team's lack of precision in front of goal.

In the Premier Soccer League (PSL) era Pirates have possessed productive strikers. Former Buccaneers midfielder Joseph Makhanya named his top five all-time forwards for the team.

View those strikers by clicking the gallery above!

The Soweto giants have failed to score more than one goal in a game in each of their first three DStv Premiership games of the 2022–23 season, leaving new coach Riveiro anxious but confident that Pirates would make improvements as time passes. In their most recent league contest, Riveiro's team lost to Chippa United 1-0 because they lacked precision in front of goal and missed several excellent scoring opportunities.

With Pirates scheduled to play Royal AM on Wednesday night (19:30) in Durban, Riveiro told the media in Soweto It is just a matter of time you will see the last touch is the most difficult thing in football

Even the shots you believe are simple to score are the hardest We must finish the opportunities with a little more assurance. One day things will change and I'm not just referring to our number nine.

We also create opportunities for everyone including central midfielders, wingbacks They all have opportunities to score in the game 10s. Like I said it's just the beginning it's only three games and I think on a normal day we should be celebrating a victory with seven points but we have four the Pirates tactician continued.

We have a game coming up in Durban and we have to go there with a clear idea of dominating and creating and hoping that it's enough to be more accurate in the final third and gain the points. Three points are what we are all aiming for The Spanish coach continued, It will arrive.


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