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Warriors Sign Former Pirates Striker

Former Orlando Pirates striker, Reason Chiloane, has finally completed his move to NFD side African Warriors.

Warriors PRO, Tshepiso Senyane, confirmed to the Siya crew that Chiloane has joined the team.

“I’m holding his playing card as we speak and he could play for us when we play Santos on Sunday,” Senyane told the crew.

“Reason has been training with Warriors for months now, but we struggled to get his clearance from his ABC Motsepe League team. As Warriors, we’re happy to have finally signed him. He is a prolific striker and could score lots of goals for us,” added Senyane.

Chiloane was released by Pirates after failing to make the grade the following a good season at Garankuwa United.

He has also played for Thanda Royal Zulu and Atlie FC and FC AK.

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