Orlando Pirates send quartet out on loan for 2022/23 DStv Premiership season
Four players who were out on loan for the 2022–23 DStv Premiership season have been officially confirmed by Orlando Pirates to be leaving. Tshegofatso Mabasa, a striker, will leave the Buccaneers for Sekhukhune United, while Nkanyiso Zungu, a midfielder, will join the newly promoted Richards Bay.
In a brief statement, Orlando Pirates verified the loan transactions.
Boitumelo Radiopane, who won the DStv Diski Challenge with the most goals, will join Cape Town Spurs, while defender Bongani Sam will play the entire season with Maritzburg United.
The Orlando Pirates Football Club can confirm that it has achieved an agreement with Richards Bay for the services of Nkanyiso Zungu on a season-long loan for the next 2022–23 season, according to a statement from the Soweto giants.
Additionally, Orlandopiratesfc.com can reveal that forwards Tshegofatso Mabasa and Boitumelo Radiopane have left the team.They will join Cape Town Spurs and Sekhukhune United, respectively.
Meanwhile, Bongani Sam will go to the KwaZulu-Natal region and sign a season-long loan with Maritzburg United.
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