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Insiders Give Positive Motshwari Update

Orlando Pirates have gotten a lift in front of their next match, following the arrival of one of the group's headliners. 

In their past two matches, against Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City individually, the Buccaneers were without midfielder Ben Motshwari who was suspended by the Soweto monsters. 

In the wake of including in the 3-1 success over Chippa United last month, Motshwari was suspended by Bucs after he gave himself over to police on the morning of September 20. 

It worked out that the 30-year-old Randfontein-conceived player had an instance of normal attack opened against him after he supposedly attacked his sweetheart. It later arose that the case was struck off the court roll because of an absence of proof. 

Privateers affirmed that the focal midfielder would stay suspended, forthcoming the examination. 

After the legitimate cycles were followed, and with the case struck off the court roll, the previous Bidvest Wits player has gotten back to preparing as he chips away at recovering his spot in the group under mentors Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids, a source affirmed to the Siya team. 

Bucs are booked to take on Congolese side, Diables Noirs in their next match in the CAF Confederation Cup on Friday, prior to visiting Maritzburg United in the Premiership match at the Harry Gwala Stadium on October 20.


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