So Orlando Pirates have so far made six new signings before the Sea Robbers coach cast doubt on any possible additional signings.
Let’s look at what could be his new team.
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RECAP: NEW ORLANDO PIRATES SIGNINGS
The Soweto giants signed six players while one of the new additions will remain on loan at Chippa United.
- Tapelo Xoki
- Nkosinathi Sibisi
- Miguel Timm
- Eva Nga
- Evidence Makgopa
- Azola Matrose (loaned to Chippa).
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Additionally, the five-time PSL champions have recalled two talents from loan that spent last season away on loan.
The duo is the busy-bee left-winger Monapule Saleng and the exciting Sandile Mthethwa in central defence.
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ORLANDO PIRATES’ LINE UP WITH THE NEW TRANSFERS
Firstly, this is pure probably based on last season’s best performers as well as the expectations each new signing carries.
To make it exciting, we have decided to include all the new faces in the line-up below, new players are brought in to improve the team after all – not forgetting how fans are always excited to see the new boys.
Seeing that two number nines have been signed, we have come up with a 4-4-2 formation.
- Goalkeeper – Richard Ofori
- Right-back – Bandile Shandu
- Central defender – Nkosinathi Sibisi
- Central defender – Tapelo Xoki
- Left-back – Innocent Maela
- Central midfielder – Miguel Timm
- Central midfielder – Goodman Mosele
- Right forward – Thembinkosi Lorch
- Left forward – Deon Hotto
- Striker – Evidence Makgopa
- Striker – Eva Nga.
How similar will this line-up be compared to the team Jose Riveiro will name on Saturday against Swallows FC?
Wil shall find out before 15:00 at the Orlando Stadium.
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