Bucs' Goalkeeper Coach Okpara To Turn Sandilands To Become A Flop
After been humiliated and tortured the entire season of 2016/2017 in their 80th birthday anniversary celebrations, Orlando Pirates went all the way to bring in Wayne Sandilands to the team, joining from Mamelodi Sundowns with the hope of fixing the team 's goalkeeping woes, as we saw Pirates keepers having an awful season in the previous one.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns shot-stopper have proved himself that he's one of the top goalkeepers here in South Africa and Africa as a whole, after he played a bivotal role in Masandawana 's quest of conquering Africa.
However, having said that,one might wonder if Wayne 's decision to join the Buccaneers was good or bad, as we saw good goalkeepers such as Siyabonga Mpontshane, Jackson Mabokgwane and Equatorial Guinea international Felipe Ovono joining the team in the previous couple of seasons, but turning to become flops, and one might put blame on the Buccaneers goalkeeper coach William Okpara,for failling Bucs' goalkeepers with regards to providing them with goalkeeping basics.
The 33-year will be the Buccuneers' fourth goalkeeper and will will have to battle out for that numberone jersey, and there is no doubt that the Benoni-born has got what it takes to be the Buccaneers' number one, and also making his way back to the Bafana Bafana setups.
Having said that, do you think that Wayne Sandilands made a right choice to join Orlando Pirates?