Orlando Pirates striker Gabadinho Mhango has not yet adapted to liking style of football at the club, yet he has time left to prove himself a top class player worthy of the club's first team as a regular.
Gabadinho Mhango's future at the club was unclear to whether Pirates will keep him on for much longer or if they will extend his stay in Soweto. Despite playing for Pirates, Mhango wishes to play in Europe as he revealed the continent as his preferred destination to share his expertise as a professional footballer.
The prolific striker has done remarkably well for Malawi against Zimbabwe in the African Cup of Nations as he scored a double to come from behind for a 2-1 win which could now count in his favour to stay put at Pirates.
He added that they also agreed that timelines should be set so that the matter will not fall through the crack.Majavu added that they also agreed that the matter must be finalized as soon as possible before the season is concluded.
If mhango is miss behaving in tarvens I think that's normal for a person who is drunk, how do you expect a drunken man to behave like a sober man, they took advantage over his situation one word pirates let the boy go than to finish his career overseas is calling him.
Please remind him that European teams also look at newspaper clippings when signing you. They sure as hell don't want people that can't pay bills at night clubs. Maybe one of the arab clubs will take him not European clubs.
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