Soweto giants Orlando Pirates have in the past week announced a couple of new signings to the club with more still expected to join the rebuilding of the Buccaneers.
However, out of these signings there is on youngster who will no be part of the squad next season as he is set to sent out on loan. The 18-year-old Azola Matrose who was signed from Chippa United has been confirmed that he will continue to represent the Chilli boys next season as part of a loan agreement from Orlando Pirates.
Matrose scored just once in 14 appearances for Chippa United last season and is set to remain in their squad to allow him more game time and to grow further before he can be considered for first team action at Pirates. Azola together with Chippa United barely survived relegation last season and his contributions are set to be welcomed for one more season.
Sources: Diski 365
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