Sadly! Orlando Pirates coach is crying for a life threatening prayer.
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 5217 views
The Pirates mentor Joseph Zinnbauer is supposed to be celebrating good performance by his team after a convincing win against Cape Town City at the Orlando stadium yesterday. But he is unable to celebrate due to the family problems that he is facing.
Kickoff and other sources in a few months back after Orlando Pirates played the first leg of MTN8 against Kaizer Chiefs reported that the man went back to Germany to see his son who was involved in a tragic cat accident.
Zinnbauer reported that he needs big or normal prayers as his son is continuing to recover in the hospital in Germany. It is clear that Zinnbauer is still in South Africa because of his coaching career, he is supposed to be with his family supporting their loved ones.
Zinnbauer added that he is not going to give full details about the situation in public as it is confidential.
He concluded by thanking those who prayed for his son and asked for more prayers from the public.
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