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Pirates' Coach 'Confirms' His EXIT - fans React

There is an inclination that the high levels of association at Orlando Pirates have seen the calls of the partners to carry out expansive upgrades in both the preparation and playing divisions following a shocking 2021/21 Dstv Premiership campaign in which they could finish in sixth spot.

Privateers goalkeeper guide, Sjoerd Woudenberg insisted this noontime that he has cut his 1-year stay at the club after he decided to leave on common perspective.

He had acknowledged the influence following his appearance from Cape Town City FC last year, and it seems, by all accounts, to be the two players are set to take different direction.

In their short explanation on his position Twitter account, Woudenberg offered his sincerest thanks to the club for proffering him the entryway, wishing the most astonishing of future for the club.

"Unfortunately my journey with Orlando Pirates FC has arrived at a resolution. I want to thank everyone at the club and I believe the club should partake in all that life brings to the table for the future," he said.

The Dutchman's renunciation comes after those of past partner tutor Fadlu Davids and execution master Darian Wilken.

The past was surrendered when his understanding was not reestablished, and the last choice is acknowledged to have mentioned to be allowed to leave with the objective that he could seek after a livelihood as a specialist coach.

Considering Woudenberg's flight, Pirates partners gave their perspectives.

While an examined the club's decision to go out every which way from such a refined goalkeeper guide, others are leaning toward the plan of a local goalkeeper tutor for the position, with veteran goalie Wayne Sandilands being referred to as a potential new kid on the block.

In spite of the way that Mandla Ncikazi was not ended close by Davids, there have been stories that past striker Benni McCarthy, who is at this point without a gathering, could be the person to take over at Mayfair with Ncikazi as his reasonable teammate.

Woudenberg's future in the country is murky, yet given his level of contribution and the amount of potential admirers he has attracted, there is no doubt that he would search for profitable business.

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