The latest news on one of Cape Town City's more experienced players and a new Orlando Pirates coach has drawn a host of comments from Soccer Laduma's readers.
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Soccer Laduma's daily readers and commenters continue to react to the latest news from the DStv Premiership.
Stories on English coach Scott Chickelday joining the Buccaneers and the potential sale of Cape Town City baller Thabo Nodada has SL's readers rushing to let their opinions be known in the comments.
Read: Big Promise, Inside Pirates With New Coach...
Let's take a closer look at what they had to say...
Currently languishing in eighth, and only managing 10 goals in the DStv Premiership so far this season - the Buccaneers have enlisted the services of Scott Chickelday, who specialises in finishing, to help the Soweto Giants find their goal scoring form.
The "Big Promise, Inside Pirates With New Coach..." story reveals that Pirates' new coaching acquisition has excited Jose Riveiro and a fan hopes that this is an inspired change for the Sea Robbers:
"Benni is been hired by Man United to solve that, let's hope and be patient that at the end of the year we will be one of the teams qualified for Champion League. We welcome you," says Bucs365.
"Lets hope his acquisition will change the fortunes for the team and see more goals being scored, starting with the Arrows game this coming weekend," says benjmwaru3796.
Cape Town City, who defeated the Buccaneers last weekend at the DHL Stadium, are said to be open to the sale of midfielder Thabo Nodada.
Read: City's Nodada Available To Potential Suitors?
Nodada has been linked with a move to the big three in Gauteng in the past, and could follow in the footsteps of Craig Martin and Terrence Mashego, who've secured moves away to Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns respectfully.
Here's what our readers had to say on the "City's Nodada Available To Potential Suitors?" story:
"John Commit must sell him to an oversees team or Pirates and Sundowns. We don't need any player from Cape Town City at Kaizer Chiefs. He must dump all his players at Pirates and Sundowns," says lizwi.khoza.
"He is a good player, but at 27 years, Chiefs is building a youthful side of which I support. I am undecided on him joining Chiefs," says Boss Ngida.
"Pirates and Sundowns can fight for his signature since we know that Comitis does not sell to Chiefs. Thanks." says samgumede1980.
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