Check the Video of Orlando pirates young fan that caught people emotions on Social media
By Dibah | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 241 views
Apparently one of the Soweto club is flowing on the social media platforms following their promising performance lately, Orlando pirates as one of the big club club in South Africa has already embraced their fans this season with a Cup title during their preseason build up.
Orlando pirates is currently sitting on the Firth spot following dropping point on their previous match, taking only minimum or sometime nothing,on the coming fixture, Amabhakabhaka are expected to give their best in all competition.
However concerned supporters or fans of Orlando pirates decided to went online praying for his club,asking for the perfect pants along Amabhakabhaka,in his prayer he mentioned even for a lasting strength to his club.
People reacted very emotional to the video as they were posting heart emoji while others took the video as a weekend joke, nevertheless majority reaction were positive towards the video.
The content of the story was extracted from Facebook.
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