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Pirates star delivers the goods at Chippa

Sometimes you need to leave Orlando Pirates on loan to show your talent. Goodman Mosele has won two Man of the Match gongs in three games.

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As confirmed in previous weeks, the 23-year-old Mosele left Soweto to seek more game-time in Gqeberha at the Chipa United.

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Following his marvellous Man of the Match performances against Kaizer Chiefs on matchday one and in Tuesday’s 1-1 draws with Bucs, Mosele’s teammate Roscoe Pietersen has revealed what the Stilfontein-born star has brought to the Chilli Boys

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“Having won two man-of-the-match awards already speaks for itself,” Pietersen told FARPost

“He adds stability and aggression in midfield, which helps both defence and attack. He’s a very good acquisition.”

“Going out on loan is a great opportunity to show your parent club what you’re capable of doing, and that’s what he did last night with his performance,” added Pietersen.

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Mosele during the DStv Premiership 2021/22 football match between Orlando Pirates and Swallows FC at Orlando Stadium, Johannesburg on 11 September 2021 ©Gavin Barker/BackpagePix.

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Staying with Pirates, the MTN8 and Nedbank Cup champions have two exciting attacking players on the way.

Pirates fans have been waiting. Where is Karim Kimvuidi and Lesedi Kapinga?

After seeing three other new signings, such as Patrick Maswanganyi, Katlego Otladisa, and Melusi Buthelezi, the Ghost faithful have been wondering about Kimvuidi and Kapinga.

According to the club’s latest update, the two attacking midfielders from Maritzburg United and Mamelodi Sundowns, respectively, are simply getting closer to their Pirates debuts.

“… the likes of Lesedi Kapinga and Karim Kamvuidi are inching closer to their respective Bucs debuts,” the club said on Friday on its webpage.

Meanwhile, the Buccaneers are in Moroni, Comoros to face Djabal FC in the CAF Champions League on Saturday.

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