Orlando Pirates managed to qualify for the CAF confederations cup and if they win it they won’t get a star, they would make a name for themselves and get a very big paycheque.
If Orlando Pirates manages to win the CAF confederations cup then there will be changes to the domestic league and that wouldn’t make some teams happy, which means the teams that are currently in contention to finish in the third place, will wish for Orlando Pirates to lose in the final.
If the Buccaneers win then they will automatically qualify for next season’s CAF confederations cup and that would mean that the third-placed team will no longer play in the CAF confederations cup because that space is already taken by Marumo Gallants who qualified by being the Nedbank cup finalists against Mamelodi Sundowns who have already qualified for the CAF champions league.
It will be good for Orlando Pirates to win the CAF confederations cup but unfortunately, that would affect the third-placed team.
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