Spurs praying on Orlando Pirates prodigy’s recovery

Spurs praying on Orlando Pirates prodigy’s recovery


Struggling Cape Town Spurs are drastic to find a ‘proven goal scorer’ as Orlando Pirates prodigy Boitumelo Radiopane won’t be when in whoopee unendingly soon.

Shaun Bartlett’s side are on a five match losing streak in the DStv Premiership, and don’t squint like turning the corner unendingly soon.

Add to that the fact that Radiopane, their star attacker, is still nursing an injury and is only expected to return to whoopee in January.

The lethal forward who’s on loan at the club from Orlando Pirates, helped push them to the DStv Premiership with crucial goals in the Motsepe Foundation Championship.

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“We won’t see him until January. It was a really bad injury so he had surgery and obviously the Doctor said three to five months. So he only had the surgery in July, which obviously pretty much puts him out of the first half of the season.” Shaun Bartlett told iDiskiTimes.

“At this moment in time we are looking for a proven goal scorer, which I think every mentor or team in the country is looking for.”

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Boitumelo Radiopane has moved to Cape Town Spurs from Orlando Pirates on loan. Image: @Asidlali / Twitter

We don’t want to concede – Ntseki

“In terms of the tactics, I think it is something we will siphon over from the last two matches into this match, so that everybody is ready and understands what is expected of him in possession and out of possession.” Molefi Ntseki told the Kaizer Chiefs Website.

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“But the most important thing is we’ve been scoring goals from set plays, which makes us finger very confident going into this game.

“In the last two matches we did not concede anything, so I think it’s important that it’s a ‘zero concede’ game tomorrow and the most important thing is for us to score the goals.”

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Keagan Dolly of Kaizer Chiefs during the DStv Premiership 2022/23 Kaizer Chiefs Press Conference on the 27 October 2022 at PSL Offices © Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix

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