Pirates Extend Contracts Of Stars
Orlando Pirates Extend Contracts Of Players
Orlando Pirates have confirmed extending the contracts of two of the club's star players.
Following the team’s impressive 3-1 win over Baroka FC on the weekend, The Buccaneers have confirmed extending the contracts of Luvuyo Memela and Mpho Makola.
As confirmed by Pirates on the club’s official website, the two midfielders have their contracts extended to June 2019.
“Orlando Pirates Football Club has triggered the extension clauses for midfielders Luvuyo Memela and Mpho Makola. With these extensions, both players will be tied to the club until June 2019.
“Memela has become a vital member in head coach Micho Sredojevic’s team, having recently scored a brace and recorded an assist in Pirates’ 3-1 win over Baroka FC while Makola – who has been at the club since 2012, continues to command a regular place in the Serbian’s starting line-up.
“I can confirm that the Club has triggered the extension clauses of both Memela and Makola for another season,” said Administrative Officer Floyd Mbele.
In addition, Bucs have confirmed extending the contract of Gift Motupa, who is on loan at Baroka for the current season.
“Furthermore, I can reveal that we have triggered our one-year extension clause for Gift Motupa, who is still on loan at Baroka FC,” Mbele told Bucs’ official website.