Johannesburg - Defensive midfielder Thuso Mohohoma has signed a three-year deal with Orlando Pirates.
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According to Goal.com, Pirates' administrative manager, Floyd Mbele, has confirmed that the 23-year-old is already registered with league's authority as a Pirates player.
Mohohoma was promoted from the Soweto giant’s academy in 2011 and has since spent time in the National First Division with various teams, including time at FC Cape Town, Roses United as well as Royal Eagles.
Orlando Pirates will be hoping Mohohoma can make an immediate impact on the side as the Sea Robbers find themselves already seven points behind log-leaders and arch-rivals Kaizer Chiefs.
The Buccaneers find themselves in fifth spot on the log with just two wins from their opening five games.
Pirates’ will face Bidvest Wits at the Orlando Stadium in their next PSL clash. The match, will will only take place after the FIFA international break, is scheduled for Saturday, September 13 (20:15).
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