At the point when Richard Ofori took action from Maritzburg United to Orlando Pirates last season, there was trust that he would be their main goalkeeper. Yet, his new slip-ups has demonstrated something else and the club is thinking about to welcome one more goalkeeper ready. It is accepted that the Buccaneers could return to their advantage for a gifted Premier Soccer League goalkeeper Sifiso Mlungwana.
As per Soccer Laduma sources, there is a few concerns floating over the Buccaneers goalkeeping division. The Buccaneers were vigorously connected with the 24-year-old Mlungwana toward the finish of last season. In any case, in the wake of marking Mlungwana's previous partner, Ntsako Makhubela, they had no bliss in their endeavors to bait him to the club.
Mlungwana was a vital participant for Golden Arrows last season. His great exhibition was perceived at the public level, with Bafana mentor Hugo Broos having remembered him for his temporary 34-man crew for the consecutive 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia in October.
With Ofori as of now battling with wounds, the Buccaneers are accepted to be worried about their goalkeeping office and the signs are that they need to support with another quality goalkeeper, either in January or toward the finish of the period.
Soccer Laduma Oct 2021
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