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Four Big name signings for Orlando Pirates in January transfer Window.

News from the Orlando Pirates camps are the Parktown based side are set for a busy January transfer window shopping with the club co-coach Fadlu Davids naming up to FOUR 'new signings' which the Buccaneers technical team are keen on.

The Mighty Buccaneers co-coach Fadlu Davids whose has been with the club longer than his other co-coach Mandla Ncikazi believes the four men that the Buccaneers are eyeing will solve their problems in challenging the League honors and their hope to clinch Africa's second Prize, the CAF Confederations Cup.

Co-coach Fadlu Davids also believes having Thembinkosi Lorch, Vincent Pule, Zakhele Lepasa and Richard Ofori back in the Bucs starting line-up will definitely change his team's fortune in the current season.

Those four players are all currently out on long injuries and they will be expected as in 2022 when the second leg of the season kicks off.

It is already confirmed that both Lepasa and Lorch are already back at the Pirates training grounds trying to get match fitness as they are currently not training with the senior team.

Davids believes once all players are back and in contention for the starting berth in the senior team they will add and give a different dimension, he made emphasis on the attack where the Parktown based side have failed in many matches this season in the absence of their attack minded forwards.

“I think from the transfer window, we’ll get some great signings in, and internally, if you take Pule being back, Lorch being back, if you take Lepasa being back and if you take Ofori being back,”- Fadlu Davids

“Let’s be honest… Lepasa, Lorch and Pule… that’s our starting line-up front three.

“It’s clear we’re missing them and that’s the boost we’ll get in January with all our main players coming back,” - Fadlu Davids.


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Fadlu Davids Orlando Pirates Richard Ofori Vincent Pule Zakhele Lepasa


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