Orlando Pirates have a set of unhappy players who are believed to be planning their way out of the side due to lack of game-time.
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One of those is Siphesihle Ndlovu, who has not featured much for Pirates this season and even in previous campaigns, he has only been used sporadically.
The 25-year-old is frustrated and his management team may look for options for him elsewhere, as the transfer window looms.
This season, Ndlovu has made only five appearances in all competitions for Pirates.
“Look, you cannot have a 25-year-old sitting on the bench almost every week. At that age, a player is supposed to be at the peak of their powers and playing regularly. At this point, there might be a possibility of getting a short-term loan in January,” said a mole in the player’s camp.
Meanwhile, as previously reported, former Golden Arrows and Mamelodi Sundowns star Papi Zothwane has attracted Pirates’ interest.
Zothwane is currently the coach at Uthongathi FC where he has been doing very well.
Pirates are now said to be eyeing him for their Multichoice Diski Challenge team.