Two players who formerly played for Orlando Pirates in South Africa's first division have linked up at a similar club in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Both players played with the Pirates, albeit not at the same time.
Daring Club is a Republic of Congo football club that is founded on voting. Motema Pembe now has two former Orlando Pirates players in their squad after signing the incredibly talented winger, Riyaad Norodien, who had been without a club since leaving GladAfrica Championship team Cape Town Spurs in July.
Norodien was without a club, but the winger had a brief training stint with Daring Club Motema Pembe before the club signed him to a one-year contract with the option to extend for another year. Norodien is now the club's next prior Pirates player as Jean Marc Makusu came on a free transfer from AS Vita Club.
Jean Marc Makusu and Riyaad Norodien both played for the Orlando Pirates at different times, but will now get the opportunity to play together in the same group. Challenging Club Motema Pembe is a good club to play for, as they are currently ranked tenth on the Linafoot table.
Trying Club Motema Pembe has played three matches thus far, with one victory, one draw, and one defeat. The vast majority of clubs in the Linafoot have played 5 matches to far, and if Daring Club plays two more matches to catch up, they could move up the table to a higher position.
Riyaad Norodien, who is currently a Daring Club player Motema Pembe played not only for the Orlando Pirates and Cape Town Spurs, but also for Cape Town City and Platinum Stars.
Riyaad Norodien, congratulations on your successful move to Daring Club Motema Pembe.
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