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Pirates: Gabuza has not left

2015-12-23 08:55
Thamsanqa Gabuza (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Orlando Pirates have dismissed reports that striker Thami Gabuza has been sold to Egyptian giants Zamalek. 

Reports had surfaced on Tuesday that the deal was all but done, but an Orlando Pirates' Floyd Mbele dismissed the rumors. 

Speaking to Kickoff.com, Mbele said that the reports were "news to us", and reminded of a similar situation where Kermit Erasmus had been linked with a move away. 

Mbele encouraged people to "not be carried away" by such reports. 

Pirates have endured a rough season so far, losing in the final of the CAF Confederation Cup while they currently sit in 13th place on the PSL table with just 11 points from 10 matches. 

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