Lehlohonolo Majoro made a switch to Orlando Pirates from arch-rivals Kaizer Chiefs, at the beginning of 2013, after being upset with little game time.
Major, as he is known, was regarded as one of the most consistent strikers in South Africa and he had a habit of winning matches. The former Chiefs man had a great partnership up front for the Buccaneers with the former Orlando Pirates man, Kermit Erasmus, who now plays for Stade Rannes, and it was when Coach Eric tinkler introduced Thamsanqa Gabuza that things turned sour for Major.
With the inclusion of Tendai Ndoro, things now seem worse than before, and the former Black Aces man is showing no signs of stopping. If the news that Pirates are seeking a replacement for Majoro and Gabuza in Free State stars man Moeketsi Sekola is anything to go by, this could be an indication that the pair won’t be part of the teams plans for next season. With Mbesuma and Mabena being their clubs reliable strikers after failing to make a cut at Pirates, perhaps Majoro should follow the same route in order to find game time.
Does Majoro still have a place at Pirates?
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