Orlando Pirates lead trainer Josef Zinnbauer has had say on whether the Soweto goliaths are back in the DStv Premiership title race, in the wake of overcoming Bloemfontein Celtic.
Fortune Makaringe's second-half strike guided the Buccaneers to a 1-0, more than ten-man Celtic win at Orlando Stadium on Tuesday night.
The success moved Pirates up to third spot, yet Zinnbauer demands his group are not discussing the title right now.
"We have insufficient focuses we can discuss the highest point of the log," the German mentor told SuperSport after the game.
" It's impractical. We look from one game to another. We have likewise the cup in the tote. We need to perceive what occurs later on. At the point when we come nearer, we can discuss title."
Zinnbauer was glad to have Tshegofatso Mabasa, Gabadinho Mhango and Thabiso Monyane back from injury and on the seat.
"Indeed, sure. We have two additional players. We need to change prior yet we postponed the change till later. We are glad one week from now, we will get more players. Monyane was on the seat, Monare will return," he finished up.
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