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Majoro is Bucs fans' favourite

2014-07-10 19:07
Lehlohonolo Majoro (Gallo)

Johannesburg - When Lehlohonolo Majoro lashed the ball into the back of the net to win the Carling Black Label Cup for Kaizer Chiefs last year, he sent the Amakhosi fans wild. Now he aims to repeat the feat, but this time in the colours of Orlando Pirates.

The Buccaneers will face the Phefeni Glamour Boys in a quest to claim back the trophy at the FNB Stadium next Saturday.

Majoro joined Bucs in February but made few appearances after suffering several injuries.

He was looking to make up for it and the cup competition provided the perfect opportunity to kick-start his career at the new club.

Supporters of the Mayfair club have welcomed him and were eager to see the 27-year-old in action in the showpiece fixture.

He is now the most voted for striker at the Bucs camp, with 394 724 votes at last count.

"I want to achieve great things with the team," Majoro said.

"I am pleased to have joined Orlando Pirates.

"This is a club with a rich and proud history.

"I want to tell the supporters that I will don this jersey with pride and I look forward to making them happy in everything I do."

 

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