Orlando Pirates co-mentor, Mandla Ncikazi accepts that the Soweto monsters are not at the level they have the right to be as far as height in homegrown football.
The Mighty Buccaneers are right now sitting in sixth situation in the DStv Premiership standings with only 9 focuses after 6 rounds of matches so far this season.
"I think the order for the mentors at Pirates is to attempt to return Orlando Pirates to where they should be," Ncikazi said.
"Privateers are not at the level where everybody anticipates that they should be.
"On the off chance that we say we have a place in the best five positions, or inside the main four, Pirates then, at that point, need to show that in the manner in which they play and get focuses.
"At present I don't think we are mirroring that in our exhibitions to the brand that we have.
"Just we have collectively, players and everyone being important for the group get some energy around the club terms of how we play regardless of whether we lose coordinates yet the discernment should in any case be being glad for how the group performed.
"In any case, as of now and sincerely I don't think we are at that level yet."
Source:https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/classifications/news/tuesday-content/mandla-ncikazi-disappointed by-current-orlando-privateers level-of-exhibitions/706560
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