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Orlando Pirates name starting lineup for Djabal FC clash!

Orlando Pirates begin their 2023/24 CAF Champions League journey this afternoon when they face Djabal FC.

The Buccaneers made the long trip to the island of Comoros to face Djabal FC on Saturday afternoon.

Today’s match is the first of the two legged tie, with the second leg taking place next weekend in Soweto.

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Djabal FC vs Orlando Pirates: Starting lineups

Orlando Pirates XI: Ofori, Maela, Mthethwa, Monyane, Mako, Monare, Makaringe, Saleng, Hotto, Mofokeng, Eva Nga.

Subs: Chaine, Marou, Xoki, Dlamini, Ndlondlo, Otladisa, Lepasa.

Action at the Stade de Moroni Stadium gets underway at 14:30 this afternoon.

As things stand, the match will NOT be televised in South Africa however this website will provide you with live updates from Comoros.

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Jose Riveiro, Orlando Pirates head coach on the touchline. Photo: BackpagePix

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Jose Riveiro opens up on tactical decisions

“Sometimes it’s not rotation, we just change because we need something different or because we play with a moment of form of our players.” Jose Riveiro said as quoted by Citizen.

“We are going to play a different type of game in a different type of environment and there’s going to be adjustments for sure.”

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“I’m happy for the guy. He’s a guy whose always working hard, so it’s good that football is also paying back to him.” the Orlando Pirates coach said regarding Lepasa.

“Because he’s always in the right places like today and today he managed to put the ball in net more times than frequent. So I’m so happy for him, because it’s going to be good for the team, it’s good for Zakhele.

“There is room to improve always. We want to be more consistent going forward like we did today but today is a collective, it’s not only one player.”

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