There have been far too many problems at Orlando Pirates this season for the two coaches Fadlu Davids and Mandla Ncikazi to worry themselves about which player is not playing and which player is not happy at the club as a consequence of that
And of course it is not easy to forget that Orlando Pirates before the start of the DSTV Premiership lost their first team coach Josef Zinnbauer as the German resigned from the club out of nowhere after a defeat by rivals Moroka Swallows in the MTN8
As well for a club to lose a first team head coach under such circumstances especially before the start of the season that can have a very negative effect on the dressing room and the state of mind of the players as well
And that in a sense proved to be the case for Orlando Pirates as they had a very sloppy and inconsistent start to the season as they were question marks surrounding whether Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids were good enough to coach the club
But soon after that Orlando Pirates managed to get their act together and are currently second in the DSTV Premiership although some of the teams below them particularly fierce rivals Kaizer Chiefs have the advantage of games in hand over the Bucs
And going to matters off the pitch there are a few players at the moment at Orlando Pirates who have not featured that much under both Fadlu Davids and Mandla Ncikazi at the club and one of them is Sphesihle Ndlovu who is very much frustrated at his lack of game time
"It's painful to see what is happening to Sphesihle Ndlovu, things in Gauteng can be tough and mentally it can really affect you,"
"For me, I think he should ask for a loan move, to restart his career, he is very talented and should be playing in the Bafana Bafana set because he can play everywhere,"
Source - https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/orlando-pirates/manqana-s-advice-to-struggling-ndlovu/711054
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