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Robert Marawa Exposes A big Soweto PSL Club after it did this

Well-known and most trusted sports broadcaster Robert Marawa has made a damning expose about a top Premier Soccer League club has left many stunned. Marawa is well-known for his scorpion sources who feed him information on what happens in all the 16 DSTV Premiership teams as well as the Glad Africa teams.

Marawa is privy to fresh news information about players' transfers, the firing and hiring of coaches and all that happens behind the closed doors.

Marawa today exposed Soweto side, Orlando Pirates for their alleged bad treatment towards Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos and his technical side. News emerged on Monday that Broos and his assistants were denied entry to the Orlando Stadium where Pirates were hosting Mamelodi Sundowns in their first league encounter for the season. Pirates lost the match to the Brazilians. Broos announced that Pirates has denied him entry and he was not able to watch players from the two teams play and this could give him problems when making selection for upcoming national team camps.

Marawa has now revealed that this is in fact not the first time Pirates does this, he claimed that Pirates had been found guilty of the same problem before at one of their home games. Marawa however did not disclose when and which stadium this happened.

The Premier Soccer League today issued a statement apologising to the South African Football Association, SAFA, and the coach for what they called a mistake. They said that when covid-19 hit and there was limited game attendance, the league arranged with SAFA for the national team coach to have access to the stadiums and that what happened over the weekend was unfortunate.

Marawa might be out of the radio scenes for now but he still remains relevant and very influential in the football industry. He was currently fired from Metro FM where he would present the Marawa Sports Worldwide show.


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