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Former Mamelodi Sundowns star spotted at Orlando Pirates

Previous Mamelodi Sundowns chief Chlomfo Kekana recounts the rousing story of meeting Orlando Pirates safeguard Mark Fisch, a youth saint in the wake of winning the 1995 CAF Champions League. 

Kekana formally bid farewell to the Sundowns yesterday following a time of exceptional play at Chlorcop with Brazilian players winning the CAF Champions League Trophy. 

Twilights and Pirates are both the main South African groups to win the Continental Trophy. 

Kekana is charmed to pass on the Mamelody Sundowns to satisfy her guarantee to youth saint Mark Fish at Ian Smuts Airport, presently known as OR Tambo Airport. 

At the point when I was 12, I met Orlando Pirates at Ian Smuts Airport. 

I look more established in light of the fact that I mean OR Tambo air terminal like Ian Smuts, Kekana last told Sundown players at Chloorkop. 

My mother took me to meet my youth legend, Mark Fish. 

I shook his hand and said that one day I would win the Champions League and in 25 years I would win the Champions League in light of that second. I thought I needed to impart it to him." 

Kekana presently can't seem to declare any plans after his agreement with the Mamelodi Sundowns finished yesterday. 

Source: at-the-air terminal/708567 

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