Cape Town - Orlando Pirates midfielder Thabo Qalinge has
admitted that he is already thinking about next season.
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According to Soccer Laduma, Qalinge reveals that despite his
several setbacks he is content with the way his performed this season.
“Joining a big club like Orlando Pirates is never easy,
however I’m happy with the progress I have made despite my injury set-backs,”
“I can’t cry about that now because it’s part of football, I
just need to focus on being a stronger player and becoming better in the new
season, it’s going to be like a fresh start for me.”
Meanwhile, the Sowetan born midfielder and his teammates
will be looking to have a breather due to FIFA international break and look to
surge in the PSL and CAF Confederations Cup.
Pirates are set to travel to Uganda for a CAF encounter
against Ugandan Revenue Authority. The match is scheduled for Saturday, April
On their return home the Buccaneers will welcome Platinum
Stars at Orlando Stadium on Wednesday, April 8.