Pirates enter transfer market

2014-01-16 14:11
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Cape Town - Soweto giants Orlando Pirates have completed the signings of little-known duo Ntsikelelo Nyauza and Lwazi Skhosane.

According to the Kickoff website, Nyauza - a defender - last plied his trade at Platinum Stars, while midfielder Skhosane joins from Moroka Swallows.

The pair have signed three-and-a-half-year contracts and will be available for the Happy People's next match against SuperSport United at the Orlando Stadium on Saturday, January 18. Kick-off is at 15:30.

Pirates are also speculated to be interested in Mozambique's Helder Pelembe who is reported to be on trial at the club.

The Buccaneers are currently in 11th spot in the PSL standings, some 14 points adrift of log-leaders Kaizer Chiefs. However, they do have six games in hands over their bitter rivals.

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