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Thulani Serero and Ayanda Patosi to Orlando Pirates |Opinion

Thulani Serero and Ayanda Patosi to Orlando Pirates |Opinion

It seems as if Mamelodi Sundowns will rule the Premier Soccer League of South Africa for another decade from now. Their new signings are making it clear that they intend to keep ruling the PSL. It's always disappointing to see the highly praised Soweto giants failing to equal the challenge posed by the Brazilians. Mandla Ncikazi is partnering with Fadlu Davids at Pirates, they were expected to bring changes but Downs still gave them their beating. They are currently the second in the log behind high flying Mamelodi Sundowns. Kaizer Chiefs on the other side are just nowhere near the race.

The transfer window has been open but only Mamelodi Sundowns are busy on the market with both Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs only coming up with rumours.

They failed to win Bongokuhle Hlongwane's signature as the young attacker chose Europe over Downs. Unfortunately they can not sign everyone. There are a lot of South African talent available this window period.

Orlando Pirates are still celebrating the quality signing of the Nigerian defender Olisa Ndah. With him alone it seems like the crises at tge back is now history. Unless he is not available for selection.

Orlando Pirates are also known as big signers in terms of talent. They are able to get good players but failing to balance their squad. They always sign with no plan of how to use them to win games.a good example is how they turned former Bafana Bafana captain Thulani Hlatshwayo into one of the worst defenders in the PSL. The club is also struggling without Thembinkosi Lorch and Vincent Pule. Whenever Lorch is injured there will be trouble.

Youngsters like Radiopane not given a chance!

Opinion: The Buccaneers should consider bringing back Thulani Serero and Ayanda Patosi to strengthen their attack.

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