Johannesburg - Lehlohonolo
Majoro is concerned that the international break will disrupt Orlando Pirates' momentum.
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According to KickOff,
Majoro admits that turning a three match winning streak into four will be
challenging and hopes their momentum won’t hit a snag.
“We just gained good momentum in the Cup and League. But I
must say it’s not only us, the other teams are also affected,” said the
“The only way we’ll find out (the impact on his side)
though, is when we play this weekend, so we’ll see how it goes.”
The striker admits that the game against Bidvest Wits in the
Absa Premiership will be a “test” to get them sharp ahead of their MTN 8 Final where they meet old foes Kaizer Chiefs on
the 20 September at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.
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The Buccaneers are up against Wits on Saturday, September 13