Makhehlene Makhaula, a fringe midfield player, has a major decision to make about his immediate future made by the Orlando Pirates.
Makhelene Makhaula, an Orlando Pirates midfielder, has chosen to stay longer. Even though he is struggling with the gametime.
Despite his lack of playing time, Makhelene Makhaula has been given a new contract by the Buccaneers, according to iDiski Times.
The talented midfield player from Kagiso, who came from AmaZulu in January 2023, hasn’t been able to establish a consistent spot in the starting lineup. This term, he has participated in four competitions and won the MTN8 title.
It is reported that Makhaula will stay on until June 2025. With Thabang Monare, Siphelo Baloni, Miguel Timm, and even Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo fighting for two spots at the base of the engine room, a midfield spot is far from assured.
Makhaula Midfielder Hailing from the West Rand, Makhaula had stints in the colours of Free State Stars and Highlands Park before joining AmaZulu, where he was snapped up by Pirates midway through the 2022/23 campaign.
The midfielder brings in bags of experience and leadership to the Bucs cause, with a combative style of play plus a desire to always raise his game, all of which can be a vital assets to the team’s cause.