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Memela Masterclass - The Moment Amigo Crushed Chiefs

Luvuyo Memela Was The Difference For Orlando Pirates v Kaizer Chiefs

By Soccer Laduma - Mar 05, 2018 06:00 PM

Luvuyo Memela struck twice to break Kaizer Chiefs hearts on Saturday, with the Orlando Pirates attacker downing Amakhosi at FNB Stadium.  

Check out images of Memela scoring and celebrating in the gallery above

The 30-year-old came off the bench for Pirates in the second half to become the first player to score a brace against Itumeleng Khune in two years - Ndumiso Mabena was the last - and you could see how much it meant to the player, his coaches and the fans in the celebrations that followed the goal. 

Despite only starting 12 Absa Premiership games this season, Memela is now the club's top scorer with five goals, and he also has more league assists (4) than any other player in Milutin Sredojevic's side. 

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Memela will now be hoping to try and keep his form going as Pirates take on Cape Town City and Golden Arrows this week, with the Buccaneers still in contention for a league and Nedbank Cup double.

Which of Memela's goals did you prefer? 


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Motlogelwa Joined: 20 Apr 2011
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Motlogelwa Mar 09, 2018 12:35 PM
Luvuyo is our Gareth Bale
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chiefs is useless Joined: 11 Jul 2016
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chiefs is useless Mar 07, 2018 05:50 PM
@setlaboswana it was such a great discussion though ,i enjoy "philosophical discourse" we kept it clean and with respect to one another .thanks mate
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setlaboswana Mar 07, 2018 02:23 PM
@chiefs is useless, ok, I will leave it at that.
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chiefs is useless Mar 07, 2018 01:51 PM
@setlaboswana Memela forms an integral part of Micho's squad at this stage and if Khoza is serious about his intention to conquer africa next season he will surely do whatever it takes to keep him at the club..
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setlaboswana Mar 07, 2018 12:34 PM
@chiefs is useless, with that in mind, are you adamant Dr Khoza will do whatever it takes to to keep Memela in case Big Club start showing interest.
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chiefs is useless Joined: 11 Jul 2016
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chiefs is useless Mar 07, 2018 11:06 AM
@setlaboswana Not at all the Principal club must act bona fide and honour the undertakings of the proviso in a treaty . a club cant just say "we don't care how much is contemplated in the buy-out or release clause, we are more than prepared to pay". Can the player 's club say "thanks, we are not interested, next time...sorry for your troubles " they themselves will not be acting in Good faith and are in breach of a Proviso ( buy out clause ) which ultimately mean they are in breach of a contract by not acting in Good faith . the club will indeed have to improve the players contract .
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setlaboswana Mar 07, 2018 08:48 AM
@chiefs is useless, that part of the discussion is not in dispute. Let's confine ourselves to a situation where a potential buyer says "we don't care how much is contemplated in the buy-out or release clause, we are more than prepared to pay". Can the player 's club say "thanks, we are not interested, next time...sorry for your troubles, without an undertaking to improve the player 's contract? I await your respond.
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chiefs is useless Mar 07, 2018 06:30 AM
@setlaboswana morning mate I had an interesting chat with my learned tertiary friend who happens to be club administrator for Boyne Tigers based in Limpopo he echored my sentiments regarding the prejudice of the buy out clause on the part of the player. And I see you are also agreeing with me "My informed opinion is that a buy-out clause or release clause protect clubs more than players" my point exactly it seems to protect clubs more than players
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LeCowHloHlo vs mix vongani Mar 07, 2018 02:44 AM
@END TO END chips will win the league by 90 points
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setlaboswana Mar 06, 2018 10:47 PM
@chiefs is useless, classical example of these cases are Dolly and Villa 's transfer. Dolly 's club was seriously about business and paid all the moneys Downs were looking for, Downs had no option other than to release the player. Same with Villa, Wits had no option other than to release him, cause Downs were willing to pay all the moneys.
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setlaboswana Mar 06, 2018 10:29 PM
@chiefs is useless, yes, do research my friend. Also check the implications of a release clause and how it differs from a buy-out clause. My informed opinion is that a buy-out clause or release clause protect clubs more than players, but that does not mean these clauses are useless and/or not binding, they are binding and enforceable. What happens in practice is that Clubs insert ridiculous amounts in these clauses. I still maintain the only options available for a selling Club when confronted with a situation where a punching club is willing to meet the figures as per buy-out or release clause is to succumb to the bid or improve a player 's contract. No other way out. I have noted part of your comment wherein you stated that the players' club are frustrating or stalling negotiation processes. In actual fact, this is not the case, the reality is that the purchasing clubs deliberately drag their feet or engage on a prolonged bargaining processes for discounts or cut asking price resulting in confusion or unfavourable environment for the player. Bloggers often accuse the player 's club, this is misplaced and unfortunate.
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chiefs is useless Mar 06, 2018 06:35 PM
@setlaboswana I will pick superior legal minds tomorrow at work And i give you a thought out response on the adverse part .not that my comments were not thought out they were based on my knowledge of proviso in a treaty and their significant in a contract..they are not just decoration like you initially asked
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chiefs is useless Mar 06, 2018 06:29 PM
@setlaboswana I see where you coming from ,my latest comments which seems to be contracting my initial comments are simply based on my view point of a buy out clause as much as it is binding it seems to be adverse or detrimental to the player himself cos he doesn't usually have his way around it ,unlike the principal club that can decide to exercise their prerogative powers and stall the bargaining process
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setlaboswana Mar 06, 2018 04:38 PM
@chiefs is useless, it is the same as saying a buy-out clause is useless.
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setlaboswana Mar 06, 2018 04:26 PM
@chiefs is useless, if that is the case, a buy-out clause is not binding. I find your latest comment contradictory to your earliest comment. In your earliest comment, you said that a buy-out clause is binding.
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chiefs is useless Mar 06, 2018 02:26 PM
@setlaboswana spot on mate, but the principle club (pirates for example) is not bound by the buy out clause to sell him let alone bargaining on the basis that club approach Bucs with the intention of signing Memela and indicated the intention of paying the said fee ,they might stall the process which brings us to my point of frustrating the process.so I normally say the buy out clause is detrimental to the player it's one sided if you ask me!
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Sbolinho The Citizen Mar 06, 2018 01:56 PM
He Memerized Cowne & I heard him telling journalists that the Mighty Buccaneer won on paper work...What a shame
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setlaboswana Mar 06, 2018 01:01 PM
@chiefs is useless, a buy-out clause in a contract is a binding clause, right? it is binding on the player and the club, right? If Memela 's buy-out clause reads "the player shall not be transferred to another club during the existence of this contract unless the amount of R1000 000.00 (One Million Rand) is paid to the club" and another club approach Bucs with the intention of signing Memela and indicate the intention of paying the said amount, Bucs have two options: 1) allow that Club to engage Memela or 2) improve Memela 's contract.
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llumadi Mar 06, 2018 11:09 AM
@END TO END this celebration will never end better to cope with it when u open Radio is Pirates TV is pirates News parer ,in the Taxi Bus station even soccer laduma is Pirates so cope with it otherwise u will have heart attack like WASH& WEAR
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chiefs is useless Mar 06, 2018 10:51 AM
@setlaboswana well I would say a buy out clause is a separate proviso in a treaty "in a contract" which is intended by an employer(teams) to secure the terms of the employee’s(players)work obligations to be legally binding .remember mate in order for a contract to be binding it needs two essential components an agreement and consideration. With the above said my inference will be that a buy out is binding but it can be amended subject to rules of amendment of contract and again mate remember Within the agreement and consideration lies an assortment of provisions that add to the legality of a contract.you will recall these include the offer, performance, terms, conditions, obligations, payment terms, liability, and default or breach of the contract.so it is more of a binding clause than a decoration. Again I'm open for further engagement

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