Injuries and ill-discipline are the two things that are currently hurting Orlando Pirates Football Club, no less than seven players have to face time on the sidelines either due to injuries or off-field doings.
The club has been struggling to find a consistent starting eleven that will bring them consistent results, which will eventually lead to the club competing for trophies. Injuries are at the forefront of the club's misfortunes as their stars like Thembinkosi Lorch, Zakele Lepasa, and Vincent Pule being some of the stars who are set to return to action next year.
But the Bucs were given a massive boost as one of their stars Innocent Maela was spotted in training earlier today, the 29-year-old who happens to be a half-brother of Amazulu Football Club's Tshepo Masilela took to his Instagram story to post a video of himself in training.
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