Orlando Pirates have paraded the team’s four new signings after announcing the club's recent acquisitions.
As confirmed by the Buccaneers, Bienvenu Eva Nga has been signed from Chippa United along with Miguel Timm from Marumo Gallants, as well as Nkosinathi Sibisi and Tapelo Xoki from Golden Arrows and AmaZulu respectively, among other new arrivals.
I'd love to see Eva Nga playing alongside Peprah next season with Ronaldo playing just behind them or even Lorch. They were signed by management, not by their new coach. Meaning screamer will still be interfering with team selection.
Even though there's no goalkeeper Ofori is injury prone. They can't rely on Mpontshane, overall Pirates is not ready to win the title. They should have signed Veli Mothwa from Amazulu to strengthen this department.
The team must promote Goalkeeper. You can't sign every player ,why do we have developed team if not trusting them. People must just say something positive about pirates once in their r lifetime they gonna feel good.
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