Orlando Pirates striker Ayanda Nkosi is expected to know his fate at the club as the season approaches the end. Due to lack of game-time, Nkosi was loaned to Jomo Cosmos. With his future uncertain, fans are expecting to see the 26-year-old striker being groomed to fit Pirates’ philosophy.
email@example.com seems to be backing Nkosi to stay at Pirates until he matures. The Soccer Laduma reader insists that Pirates should not let the player go:
“Lentwana [This boy] is the future cream of Pirates. Bucs should not let him go. Instead they must extend his deal and keep him loaned until he gets matured.”
- Blogger: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is time on the 26-year-old striker’s side if his deal is extended and he is loaned out until he is seasoned enough to play for the Buccaneers? I_Am_Smith feels that Pirates will not take Nkosi back given the current reality of his career:
“An Orlando Pirates striker, who is spending the 2018/19 season on loan elsewhere? It does not seem like Pirates will be taking this guy back.”
- Blogger: I_Am_Smith
Fans such as Yonela Bralcha Nkompela are drawing parallels between Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane, who was recently accused of destroying players by buying and benching them following Toni Silva’s open letter, and Pirates:
“Is he [Nkosi] still a player? I thought it was only Pitso who destroys Mzansi’s talents.”
- Blogger: Yonela Bralcha Nkompela
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