Former Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer has sent a message to the club ahead of CAF confederations cup final.
Pirates will participate in the CAF CC final this evening against Moroccan side RS Berkane in Nigeria.
The German coach Zinnbauer was the one who qualified Pirates to the tournament after finishing on third place last season in the DStv premiership when he was in charge of the club.
However the German tactician left the Buccaneers at the beginning of the current season after he resigned.
Zinnbauer left both Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids in charge of the team as interim co-coaches.
Speaking to the media, Zinnbauer who left Pirates due to personal reasons has insisted that his heart is still with the club.
The coach has sent a message to Pirates and the club's supporters ahead of their final game in CAF CC.
"I wish the team in the [Confed] Cup final all the best and they will bring the 100 trophy 100% back to South Africa. Let’s [go] Buccaneers," said the coach.
The highly anticipated clash will kickoff at Godswill Akpabio Stadium in Uyo, Nigeria at 21:00.
Source: iDiski Times
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