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SadNews For Kaizer Chiefs As Orlando Pirates Steals Two Key Targets Training At Naturena - Opinion

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The war between the Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates has just gotten more intense, and it seems the Pirates will stop at nothing to hurt the Chiefs. Both sides have the funding and have made notable signings this season, but it seems the buccaneers just want to step on the Kaizer Chiefs toes.

Ths Amakhosi psl rival moved faster to sign a pair of second-tier star players in a rough round. According to an interesting report, two players from Orbit College North West initially trained with the Kaizer Chiefs before the Bucs did otherwise. The Buccaneers beat their arch-rivals at the Kaizer Chiefs ahead of some of the most promising ABC Motsepe League football talent in the country today," reports SABC Sport.

Yes it's true the boys trained with the Chiefs reserve team for three days last week and were impressed with them, but unfortunately they have been slow to react and the Pirates have returned to finalize the deal," Orbit coach Pagiso Mahoye told SABC. . You remember the Pirates first saw the boys during the Pirates Cup in Johannesburg, but they thought they were waiting for us to finish the ABC Motsepe Playoffs.

During this time the Chiefs were also involved and the boys found themselves at Naturena for evaluation. But now we're glad we're done with Pirates, which also gives us proper credit for the boys' development. SABC's Velile Mnyundu added some interesting details about the pair, with one player dubbed the next local superstar.

Huto, who hails from Canaan in Rustenburg and will turn 20 in December, scored 15 goals and provided 18 assists last season and is considered a player to watch out for, with Mahoya proudly calling him Jabu Mahlangu or the next Steve as Lecoelea.

Bühle, originally from Blomhoff, was a right-footed number 10 and scored five goals and provided four assists last season. SABC Sport understands that both players are expected to be paraded by the Buccaneers in the Disci Shield tournament to be held next week," the report concludes.

Source: The South African

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