Pirates super fan thanks Chiefs transfer ban for Monare’s Pirates switch
Orlando Pirates super fan – Dejan Miladinovic believes this is the end of transfer business for the Sea Robbers after the signing of goalkeeper Richard Ofori from Maritzburg United
Pirates have dropped the confirmation of the arrival of Thulani Hlatshwayo, Deon Hotto, Terrence Dzvukamanja and Collins Makgaka, Wayde Jooste and Thabang Monare before the onset of the 2020/2021 season.
Milanovic said there should be an applaud to Pirates administrators who are responsible for signing players who have been added to the squad during this transfer windows.
“We unveil Monare which is great. And I think he can (come to Pirates) because Chiefs could not take him because of the ban. But we need to stop now because more players are out of teams right now after the sale of Wits and Highlands and other can’t find teams and will take whatever they are given,” said Miladinovic.
“It is good for the club to sign new players to refresh the squad to give the coach new options and ideas to set the team,” Miladinovic told Phakaaathi.
“But at the same time we need to look now that we are at seven players (signed) now and I think we don’t need anymore because we don’t want a situation where you have too many players in the squad playing the same position and others won’t get a chance. You sign players so you have cover in all positions.”
“After he gets Ofori I think that is it. He was a long term target and finally he is with the club now.”
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