More Changes Loading For Wobbling Pirates?

Goodman Mosele
Goodman Mosele

Orlando Pirates will be expected to make some changes on the playing personnel for their upcoming fixture as attempts to improve the team’s results are ongoing for coach Jose Riveiro and his technical team.

In their previous fixture against Cape Town City, the Buccaneers handed goalkeeper Sipho Chaine his debut as the 26-year-old started in the absence of Siyabonga Mpontshane, as well as Richard Ofori who is recovering from injury.

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Furthermore, Bucs had Evidence Makgopa and newly signed Craig Martin making their respective debuts during the 2-1 loss in Cape Town last weekend.

With the desired results hard to come by for the Soweto giants, indications are that the technical team might need to try out a few more players to change the situation.

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One player that looks to be in line for a return to action is Goodman Mosele who has been a notable absentee from recent matches.

The Bafana Bafana international missed the last two fixtures against Mamelodi Sundowns and the Citizens respectively due to injury.

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However, the midfielder has resumed training and working on impressing Riveiro for inclusion in his match day squads.

Depending on his fitness, the 23-year-old could be included in the team for Saturday’s match against Golden Arrows as Bucs will be looking at bringing their DStv Premiership campaign back on track after losing three matches in a row.  

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