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You are the Hopes of Those Who Have Passed Away

You are the Hopes of Those Who Have Passed Away.

A former Orlando Pirates striker has weighed in on the club's rumored interest in bringing in a Nigerian striker.

Chibuike Ohizu, a Nigerian striker, has become one of the most sought-after players in Mzansi football after his outstanding debut season with Sekhukhune United.

The 25-year-old has five league goals to his name and has piqued the curiosity of the Soweto heavyweights and other clubs, including one from Egypt, according to the Siya crew.

Former Pirates striker James Mothibi believes Ohizu will struggle to recreate his previous performances at Buccaneers, despite the fact that Babina Noko is intent on extending the player's contract to keep him at the club beyond June next year.

A player can score goals and all that, but it relies on how he scores those goals, in my opinion. It's possible that a player benefits from converting tap-ins or that he works hard for his goals, both of which are crucial factors for a club to consider when signing a player. It's crucial to determine if a player knows how to put himself in ideal scoring positions, according to Mothibi.

Another item to consider is the system that a team use. Perhaps the Sekhukhune system is ideal for this player. The Pirates may want to sign him based on what they saw in him while he was with Sekhukhune, but he may struggle to replicate similar results for them due to the two teams' distinct systems. The way things are done at Pirates differs from the way they are done at Sekhukhune. He might have a hard time at Pirates because they are a huge squad with a lot of pressure. I know some of us like to say we were born with pressure, but there's a certain type of pressure at Pirates that not everyone understands. He concluded that you bear the hopes of countless Pirates fans, including those who have died.

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