The Buccaneers will choose a handful of their senior players before the new season begins. The team has already let go a handful of players in an effort to trim down its roster.
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The organization anticipates releasing more players, some of whom will get loan agreements.
The team has most recently leased out Tshegofatso Mabasa as a result of his subpar performance the year prior.
The main reason the former Bloemfontein Celtic star didn't play frequently for Pirates last season was injury-related setbacks.
The team decided to loan Mabasa, 25, after Evidence Makgopa and Bienvenu.In an effort to complete his loan transfer to Sekhukhune United, Mabasa was observed on Monday visiting the team's training facilities. Even though Richards Bay and Chippa United were both interested in the athlete, he decided to stay in Gauteng.
Mabasa wants to revive his career and get back in shape so he can play frequently for the Pirates.
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