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Twitter reacts to Teko’s Orlando Pirates muthi claims

2017-11-30 11:23
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Teko Modise’s new book, The Curse of Teko Modise, was released on Tuesday night and it came with shocking revelations.

One of the claims the former Orlando Pirates player made was that the team used muthi to win games. The Soweto-born starlet also revealed that players were not comfortable using muthi but everything was done as a team so you had no say.

Naturally, Twitter trolls immediately lashed out at the player.

Many don’t believe The General should’ve revealed secrets from the Mayfair-based outfit who gave him a platform to shine and also made him a Bafana Bafana player.

Some of the fans mocked Amabhakaniya for using muthi but losing games too.

Teko (34), who bagged two Premier Soccer League player of the year awards with Pirates, didn’t feel the need to keep the muthi revelation hidden and he also stated that Pirates blocked his move when European clubs came knocking for his signature.

Here are some of the tweets:

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