As announced by the Siya group in November last year, Simo, the more youthful of the two, had been jumped by his sibling Simiso, who was elevated to the Bucs first group by mentor Mandla and Fadlu Davids.
The striker made his presentation for the club before the end of last year.
Presently, the most recent news arriving at the team is that Simo has been conveyed loaned by Pirates for the rest of the period.
Siya sources have detected the 21-year-old at GladAfrica Championship side Venda Football Academy, where he has been preparing with the club in front of the resumption of the nation's second division in February.
"The kid is in Venda. He was conveyed loaned by Pirates who accept that he wants game-time now of his vocation. His sibling will remain with Pirates," the source informed the group.
Last season, both of the Bophela twins spent the campaign out loaned at GladAfrica Championship winners, Sekhukhune United, however were reviewed to the Bucs first group toward the finish of the season.
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