With Orlando Pirates coach Jose Riveiro already worried about his troops’ lack of sharpness in front of goal, a former attacker at Pirates takes a trip down memory lane, revealing his top five best strikers to wear the club’s famous jersey.
Pirates have had prolific strikers in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) era. Joseph Makhanya, who is a former midfielder at Bucs, has revealed his top five greatest forwards to play for the club.
Pirates is a broken machine that gives a doubt to any engineering genius to fix it. They play around with football unpurposfully even worse have the almost poor finishers on final third. No wonder they have two scrappy goals on match day 3.
The team isn't the problem, the coach's formation just doesn't suit the calibre of players he has make changes to that and you will have a better chance competing for the league. (My opinion). It's an old habit for Orlando Pirates to be ball watching when they are defending setpieces.
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