Orlando Pirates Football Club have been known as one of the biggest Football clubs in South Africa if not the biggest and there has been a lot of expectations from their supporters for players who sign for the club since the club still wants to win more trophies in the Premier Soccer league and some players did not live up to their expectations.
Orlando Pirates Football Club released a lot of experienced players last season since they want to move on with young blood that can contribute in the Orlando Pirates Football Club squad.
In a surprising move, Orlando Pirates have decided to extend the contract of defender Bongani Sam, much to the football fraternity’s astonishment.
The decision to retain the 26-year-old player comes as a surprise, considering that he was sent on loan in the previous two seasons due to being deemed surplus to requirements.
Bongani Sam joined Orlando Pirates in July 2019 from Bloemfontein Celtic, alongside midfielder Kabelo Dlamini and striker Tshegofatso Mabasa, during Micho Sredojevic’s tenure as head coach.
Bongani Sam will look to fight for his place in the Orlando Pirates Football Club squad when he comes back and he hopes that he will have a good journey in the Orlando Pirates team.
Orlando Pirates Football Club are set to sign more players next season as they will look to loan most of their players that do not get enough game time.
According to a source,Orlando Pirates Football Club will not loan back Boitumelo Radiopane to other clubs as he is ready to compete for his place in the Orlando Pirates Football Club first team.
Orlando Pirates Football Club will make a futher statement in the next coming month of which players will be signed and which players will be released by the club.
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