Top class midfielder temporarily leaves Orlando Pirates but will be back with a bang | Opinion?
By GlobCapacity | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 1878 views
During the previous year and the transfer window before the start of the 2020/21 domestic season Soweto GiantsOrlando Pirates were extremely busy
The Bucs were at the time wrapping up deals for some of the most promising & talented players in the country
And although Orlando Pirates made big signings this season has not been a big one for the club despite a major cup win due to the club's poor league form
One of the signings that seemingly went under the radar for Orlando Pirates during last year was that of promising midfield starlet Miguel Dias
And the young midfielder according to & courtesy of reports from KickOff.com has been sent out on loan by the Bucs to Cape Town Spurs with the player revealing the importance of just getting back to playing football and taking it one step at a time
"But I just needed to be playing football, so I just thought let me start somewhere. Then I was playing for Pirates' Fives team. I thought let me just get back at it slowly,"
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