Ndumiso Mabena seems to have rejoined Orlando Pirates. Image: @Lorenz_KO / Twitter.

Spotted: Orlando Pirates to announce new striker?

It looks like Orlando Pirates have signed a new striker. The veteran was spotted celebrating the MTN8 title at Moses Mabhida.


Ndumiso Mabena seems to have rejoined Orlando Pirates. Image: @Lorenz_KO / Twitter.

It seems like a new center forward has re-joined Orlando Pirates. Ndumiso Mabena was spotted at Moses Mabhida looking fully part of the team.

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As The South African website reported in recent weeks, the 35-year-old Mabena began to train with the MTN8 champions before coach Jose Riveiro said the club is yet to make a final decision.

The Groblersdal-born star has since been spotted wearing the club’s colours during Saturday night’s MTN8 final triumph over AmaZulu. He has surely signed, hasn’t he?

Is it safe to presume that the club is set to announce the deal in the coming days or weeks?

Check out the image below with Mabena in the Pirates dressing room on Saturday evening as shared by @BucsZola via Twitter.

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In other updates, one of Pirates’ superstars shared tears of joy after lifting the MTN8 crown on Saturday night.

As The South African website reported on Saturday night, the Sea Robbers were crowned Wafa Wafa champions after a sublime free-kick from Monnapule Saleng in the 25th minute.

Bucs midfielder Timm delivered one of the best games of his career. He was duly awarded the Man of the Match before tears dropped down his cheeks. Read the full story here.

Man of the Match is Miguel Timm of Orlando Pirates during the MTN8 Final match between Orlando Pirates and AmaZulu held at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on 05 November 2022 © Gerhard Duraan/BackpagePix.

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