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Orlando Pirates And Fans Recieve Good News From Their Coach?

Mandla Ncikazi, Orlando Pirates' co-coach, believes that playing a one-legged tie at a neutral location sets the tone for a fair final tonight, which they will be eager to win in order to represent their country and club. We're ready for a good club that excels in set plays. We are aware of their strengths and will attempt to exploit their flaws. As a South African team, we must make an impression.

Nyauza, Mabaso, Dlamini, and Dzvukamanja, to name a few, are not medal-worthy materials. It's tough to see Nyauza and Mabaso wearing a CAF medal around their necks.

They are always in the first eleven. Their sangomas are too powerful, and the more game time they have, the more they kill us because they have nothing to contribute on the field What's going on between the Pirates and Mhango. Then you hear that he and the club have agreed to part ways, and then you hear that he's donated his royalty to the project.

He's been overlooked in the starting lineup since the two caretaker coaches took charge. Are they trying to convince us that Dzvukamanja and Dlamini are superior to Mhango?


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