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Pirates wants to make history with CAF Confed despite the R20 million price money

Orlando Pirates are just one step away from making history as they will be facing off against the Moroccan based outfit RS Berkane in the CAF Confederations cup final, and the winner of this is set to walk away with a total of R20 million price money. The Orlando Pirates technical team indicated that they have not made it to the CAF Confederations cup final for the millions but they want to make history just like the class of. 1995 when they won the CAF Champions League.

The Buccaneers had a bitter sweet season and the way they performed at the CAF Confederations cup was totally different when compared to how they competed at the DStv Premiership, locally they were dismmal and poor as they failed to be competitive in all competitions this year, but in the continent they have been one of the dominant sides on this competition.

Godswill Akpabio International Stadium is expected to be filled in capacity because it's a cup final, and both clubs RS Berkane and the Sea Robbers are expected to benefit in terms of viewership as both the CAF Champions League and the Confederations cup finals are said to be broadcasted in most parts of the world, including the Middle East, Africa and Europe. By reaching the final stage of this tournament Orlando Pirates have already been guaranteed R10.2 million, and they will receive a double of this amount of they win the tournament.

Orlando Pirates players will most definitely receive huge bonuses because if the pay outs, and the faithful Orlando Pirates supporters are also happy that their club mmadr it to another continental final, and they will just definitely be more happier if they will win this year's CAF Confederations cup tournament and become history makers once again.

Source: Soccer Laduma

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