Pirates deny Crewe goalkeeper link

2014-08-14 13:02

Cape Town - Orlando Pirates have denied that they have signed English League One Crewe Alexandra goalkeeper Ben Garratt.

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According to Soccer Laduma, the 20-year-old was listed on the Buccaneers Wikipedia page.

Pirates Administrative Manager, Floyd Mbele, has rubbished reports Garratt is a Buccaneer.

“Ben who? When did he arrive here? No, there’s no one like that here at Pirates,” said Mbele.

Here is a screen-grab of Garret being listed on Pirates’ Wikipedia.

Meanwhile, Pirates secured another point when have came from a goal down twice to salvage a 2-2 draw against Bloemfontein Celtic in a PSL match played at the Free State Stadium.

The Bucs face Bidvest Wits on Sunday, August 17 at 15:00 in their first leg in the MTN8 semi-final.

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