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Orlando Pirates secured a signature of a young dangerous striker

Orlando Pirates are trying to remedy their aim-scoring crisis by means of roping in a sparkling face from their reserve side.

The Buccaneers have struggled in front of purpose thus far this season and not using a player netting greater than 4 goals in the first half of the marketing campaign.

According to reports, 17-year-old attacker Mohau Nkota has been presented a first crew settlement and will begin education with the Orlando Pirates first crew in the coming days.

“The state-of-the-art information accomplishing the Siya group is that Nkota has been exceeded a primary team settlement on the club and that he might be joining up with the Bucs first crew once they resume action in February.” a SoccerLaduma report study.

Mike Makaab, Zungu's agent, confirmed the news, indicating that a return to AmaZulu or Stellenbosch FC are the most likely choices.

"We are looking at all possibilities for him," Makaab told the Sowetan. "Yes, we obviously have to get the blessings from Orlando Pirates regarding that."

I feel that if they don't plan to employ him for the second half of the season, they will search for some sort of arrangement to allow him to play elsewhere.

However reports suggest that Rovers are not happy with the 33-year old as he has not lived up to expectations since joining the club.Manyisa took long to adjust at the club while he also battled with injuries.


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