Bucs Part Ways With Twins, Club Search In Progress
Orlando Pirates Part Ways With Twins
Orlando Pirates have parted ways with a set of twins, Freddie Hlalele and Charlie Hlalele.
The two players are now in search for a new team in the next chapter of their careers. It was recently reported by the Siya crew that the Hlalele twins had been keen on leaving Pirates, where they have been playing for the club’s MultiChoice Diski Challenge team.
“The twins from Bucs have been released. They are no longer with the club,” a source told the Siya crew.
Contacted for comment, the players’ representative Zukile Mbotshane from Mzet Sports Management confirmed that the search for a club for the duo is in progress.
“We have received the clearance for the twins. We have started a search for a club for the two players. We are working very hard in trying to find a team for the boys as soon as possible. We are looking for a team in PSL or NFD for the 23 year olds. Freddie Hlalele is a leading goal-scorer for Bucs in the MDC,” said Mbotshane.