Majoro given time off

2014-04-08 13:00
Lehlohonolo Majoro (Twitter)
Johannesburg - Orlando Pirates have given striker, Lehlohonolo Majoro, a couple of days off to rest and recover following his accident this past weekend, according to the Soccer-Laduma website.

Majoro was involved in an accident just outside Pretoria near the Stormvoel off ramp on Saturday.

The accident left his German vehicle reportedly a write-off, but the player was a bit shook up, but okay.

“We gave him four days off to recover from the shock of the accident and will only resume training on Thursday. He is ok, but the car was badly damaged,” Pirates PRO, Mickey Modisane, told the Siya crew.

Majoro is the second Pirates player to be involved in a car accident after defender, Rooi Mahamutsa, crashed his BMW that left his car written off last month.


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