Orlando Pirates Change Of Ownership
The Mighty Buccaneers are one of the oldest clubs in the Premier Soccer League, but have seen very little success over the years. Many coaches and players have come and go, leaving the team as was before they came. Pirates management have not been questioned enough.
If the team ignores investing in quality players and top coaches, and always go for [the cheapest in the market], coaches who've not coached for some time and have no record of any sort, you odd to ask yourself about decision makers and the club ownership if at all they care about the mismanagement of the club?
Team fans could run teams better than its actual owners, and Irvin Khoza is just as useless as the less quality players and coaches he continues to bring to the club.
What explains Pirates not going to South America to sign their own Sirino, or Europe to sign players like Nurkovic but instead continuously sign players from Zambia, Ghana, Nigeria who have come and failed to help the team? Some of them are strikers and signed because they scored 12 goals in 30 games, or 5 goals in 19 matches, even that alone is not impressive.
When the team is not doing well, the management is partly to be blamed. If you change players and coaches and the team continues to not do well, then change the management or sell the club to someone who cares about it and only wants what's best for it.