Hugo Bross Bafana Bafana was Lorch's first choice when he returned to the national squad yesterday. The Pirates had a difficult start to the season due to early-season ailments that were not explained.
A remarkable comeback from injury has seen him play an important part for the Pirates in the league and in the CAF Confederations Cup run. With Lorch's recent involvement with the Pirates, it's not hard to see how Broos came to like him.
In his last two games versus the Sea Robbers, he scored two goals and assisted on three. Although Bafana Bafana veteran Velakazi did not downplay his comments about the player, not everyone was impressed with the guy's performance.
"No matter how many times I see that, I'm always amazed by our football. Last week they bowed to him, today he plays great against Maritzburg, and now they call him a star. Our country is confused, but for me, No kid, that was cool.
That is not the case at all. I know exactly what happened, and then it turned out to be someone else. We've seen Lorch play on the right, but he's currently collecting the ball from behind and spreading the ball all over the field," Vilakazi said to Kickoff.
"My biggest concern is that I don't know exactly what part he's playing. What position should it be in when you play it? Because no one knows what position he plays, we don't get the best out of him.
Even though modern football is played in divisions, I'm concerned when I see a player all over the place, not knowing if the coach has given the player specific instructions. As Vilakazi and Lorch worked together,
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