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Pirates Always Beat Bitter Rivals For Top Class Players

As if lately one of our coaches in the form of Mandla Ncikazi is always trending for all the wrong reasons, especially domestically in Africa he is performing at a different level.

In this article, I will be sharing with you a list of top-class players signed by the sea robbers, who were also heavily linked with our bitter Rivals.

In the past, we were competing with Mamelodi Sundowns for top players in the transfer window, and we won the race we have signed the likes of Tyson at the time he was one of the best defenders in the league he was even the captain of the national team.

Ndlovu, when was at Maritzburg United, took the Premier Soccer League by storm, it's no secret that ever since Deon Hotto signed for us he has been our most consistent performer he is always involved in more goals and assists no doubt our best player by a mile. As for Lorch, he may suffer a few injuries but he is a top-class talent.

Sources:

https://twitter.com/SowetanLIVE/status/1519754843665182720?t=dPZEhV5lvH7csT0Mkv_gzg&s=19

A few months ago Mandla Ncikazi made a bold statement that Orlando Pirates was on the same level as Mamelodi Sundowns, When it comes to squad quality I believe we can compete with them but we don't have a world-class coach.

As we are speaking at the moment Mandla Ncikazi is trending for all the wrong reasons He wants the Premier Soccer League to introduce a financial fair play, just like in Europe because Mamelodi Sundowns can buy all of the top talents in the league that is one of the main reasons why they have won the league five times in a row.

With the financial fair play teams are going to buy players based on what they make, not because they have rich owners backing them.


Sources:

https://twitter.com/SkepeMatsebane/status/1519940856404402176?t=EwRyy7JBuQ0WxEpxs5i36Q&s=19

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Deon Hotto Mamelodi Sundowns Mandla Maritzburg United Premier Soccer League

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