Orlando Pirates striker, Lehlohonolo Majoro, is in a confident mood ahead of facing his former team, Kaizer Chiefs, in the Carling Black Label Cup on Saturday.
Majoro made the switch from Chiefs to Pirates in 2013 and will be looking to get one over his former club by banging in the goals.
The 28-year-old has been chosen by the Buccaneer fans to partner Kermit Erasmus up front after the two players each ran out for one half of their CAF Confederation Cup encounter against CS Sfaxien over the weekend.
The striker scored in Bucs’ previous CAF Confederation Cup encounter against Zamalek and is hoping to continue his goal-scoring form in this weekend’s game.
Majoro is expecting a tough encounter and is looking forward to the preparation it will provide for the coming 2015/16 campaign.
“As for the cup I think it will be a good game between two rivals. It helps the team prepare for the new season and you know it’s a derby – it will always bring the best out of the players from the two teams. It gives the supporters a chance to select their team,” 'Bollo-joro said in a CBL interview with Soccer Laduma.
Let us know your thoughts, do you think the derby always brings out the best in players? What are you expecting from this weekend’s clash considering it is a preparation game for the coming 2015/16 season?