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Pitso rates Pirates coach Riveiro

Imagine how Mamelodi Sundowns could have dominated Mzansi without Jose Riveiro’s work at Orlando Pirates?

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PITSO MOSIMANE PRAISES ORLANDO PIRATES COACH JOSE RIVEIRO

Speaking to local media in the past week, Mosimane, who is known to be very demanding of foreign coaches in Mzansi, admitted he has been impressed by Riveiro.

“I must congratulate Orlando Pirates, the coach in his first year won two trophies,” Mosimane said on Power FM, as quoted by FARPost.

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“I’m very much impressed and I’ve been listening to him speak formations and tactics. He’s spot on and he knows his stuff.

“He knows his stuff, he’s calm, humble and he has done very well. You know my opinion about the European coaches in South Africa. This is what we want to see, value-added,” Pitso concluded.

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Jose Riveiro, head coach of Orlando Pirates. Photo: Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix.

TWO INTERNATIONALS TO STAY

Almost every Pirates fan thought it was all over for of the club’s most-important internationals, but the circumstances have changed.

Having virtually disappeared from Jose Riveiro’s Sea Robbers in the second half of last season due to contract negotiations, including ill-timed injuries, the duo of Ndah and Ofori are set to sign new deals.

According to Unplayable, Ndah’s agent, Mike Makaab confirmed the 25-year-old Nigerian central defender is staying.

“Olisa Ndah’s agent Mike Makaab has confirmed that the Nigerian defender is “definitely staying” at the club and has been recovering from an injury,” the report said.

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RICHARD OFORI TO CONTINUE TALKS

Additionally, the outlet believes that Ofori’s situation, which was previously reported as a pending departure, is now the subject of negotiations for a new deal.

In the meantime, the MTN8 and Nedbank Cup champions have reportedly signed a new goalkeeper for next season from a fellow DStv Premiership club.

Should the club retain Ofori? Let us know in the comments section below.

You can find more articles from Siseko Gwegwe here.

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