Unhappy Pirates boss sends final stern warning to ill-discipline players.
Orlando Pirates chairman Dr. Irvin Khoza has had his say over numerous unpleasant scandals involving Bucs players.
It is believed that the Iron Duke mostly referred to as in the football fraternity is triggered with unhappiness and has sent a stern warning to ill-disciplined players.
Yes papa boyz misbehavior is not acceptable for the brand. What about Screamer and Floyd. Are they are untouchable we are also sick and tired of their interference with the Orlando Pirate's coaching department. If they want to interfere with people's lives they must join political parties or you must also show them the door too.
start taking this team serious again Chairman all this years without winning major Silverware it is now you talk about mischievious behaviours start with your CEO crack the whip in right places sir Pirates is non-existient for a Long time now no league/Champs league glory.
His team his rules his players the warning long overdue but welcomed you don't like rules,go join royal eagles they will bring u booze and music rite at the playing field.
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