Beware, Orlando Pirates are not going to ‘add numbers’ in next season’s CAF Champions League according to a first team star
Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Richard Ofori is in a bullish mood and looking forward to their return to the CAF Champions League tournament.
While many were expecting this foreign Orlando Pirates star to leave, he’s instead likely to remain in Mayfair for two more years!
Having already signed two players, Orlando Pirates are believed to have wrapped up their third bit of business heading into the new season.
Orlando Pirates fans will be eager to see what the future holds for key duo Olisa Ndah and Richard Ofori. Here’s an insight from their agent.
While Orlando Pirates have secured the signature of a new goalkeeper in Melusi Buthelezi, it is thought that they’re still interested in keeping another.
Wow, football is an odd business. Orlando Pirates are believed to be on the verge of releasing one of the best goalkeepers in the league.
Orlando Pirates look set to say goodbye to two goalkeepers including a PSL veteran. In fact, they have already identified their potential replacements.
Orlando Pirates run the serious risk of losing two first team goalkeepers at the end of the current campaign
Orlando Pirates management and goalkeeper Richard Ofori are struggling to reach an agreement over a contract extension
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Orlando Pirates must negotiate this tricky run of fixtures until the end of January without key stars Olisa Ndah and Richard Ofori.
Orlando Pirates management are reportedly keen on extending the contract of one of their star first team players
It’s been a whirlwind day at Orlando Pirates, including breaking transfers! Here’s a roundup of all the tastiest news in case you missed it.
Orlando Pirates are set to offer a new contract to one of their key players as his current deal is et to expire in June 2023.
Orlando Pirates will be shifting a few fringe players this January, but they also look set to tie a key man down to a new deal soon.
Orlando Pirates have plenty to contend with at the moment and that’s before you even consider injuries, failed trials and transfer options.