Absa Premiership

Why Segolela left Pirates

2015-01-30 08:45
Tlou Segolela (Gallo)

Cape Town - Tlou Segolela’s exit from Orlando Pirates was due to his exclusion from the CAF Confederations Cup squad reveals his agent.

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According to KickOff, the 26-year-olds agent Tim Sukazi admits that the player began to worry about his future.

“He was a bit concerned by his situation at Pirates – and not only him, but Orlando Pirates supporters and people who follow football in general.

“What sort of poured fuel to the fire was the fact he wasn’t registered in Orlando Pirates’ CAF squad, and as you can imagine that added a lot of pressure.”

Sukazi sees the forward resurrecting his career at Dikwena and help Allan Freese push for silverware at the club.

"He’ll be joining Stars immediately and the deal runs until June 2016. We believe in his talent and believe he’ll go to Platinum Stars and resurrect his career.”

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