Orlando Pirates is one of the biggest teams in South Africa and now they sre trying to take their feet back after struggling to win games since they won MTN 8 but now everything is coming together. However i blame covid-19 cause now there's very bad news for Pirates as some of their players are injured and they are not just players they are regular ones. One of the Orlando Pirates attacking Midfielder Thembinkosi Lorch won't be available today when they take on Maritzburg United in the Nedbwnk cup last 16.
So things are not looking good cause according to me without Lorch there's a problem for the club to win as he is strong going forward and helping the team to score goals. And other Pirates players struggling with many injuries: Tshegofatso Mabasa, Zakhele Lepasa and Tyson Hlatshwayo and missing those players in the field I think The team of choice could benefit from that.
Source: Football Transfer News
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