Many people know that Orlando Pirates football club has been targeting the signature of Cape Town City football club midfielder Thabo Nodada, but Thabo Nodada was also connected with a move to Kaizer Chiefs football club at the start of the 2021/22 Dstv league season, but that deal fell through.
Now it appears that Orlando Pirates football club is in a hurry to sign Thabo Nodada, the captain of Cape Town City football club. Thabo Nodada is one of the players with the most appearances in Cape Town City football club, despite the fact that it has been a long time since he last played there. His skills and experience may be one of the reasons why Orlando Pirates football club is desperate to sign him.
It comes as a surprise to see that Orlando Pirates football club is now in the race to sign him after it appeared that Kaizer Chiefs football club was leading the race for his signature. For the time being, nothing has been confirmed about Thabo Nodada joining Orlando Pirates football club. Thabo Nodada was also linked with AmaZulu football club, which is led by former Orlando Pirates football club player Benni McCarthy, but nothing was done.
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