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Mabokgwane To Lead Bucs’ Defence As Number One Goalkeeper

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Jackson Mabokgwane appears to have managed to make the number one jersey for Orlando Pirates his own during the latter stages of the 2016/17 Absa Premiership season.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper has showed signs of regaining his form as Bucs are battling it out to end the season with a trophy.
Mabokgwane produced a top performance for the Buccaneers in the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup against Golden Arrows, as the Soweto giants marched on to the final of the competition.
The former Mpumalanga Black Aces shot-stopper has been in goals in four consecutive games for Pirates, against Mamelodi Sundowns, Bloemfontein Celtic, Ajax Cape Town and Arrows.
With Kjell Jonevret’s team preparing for their final league game of the season, which will be followed by the Nedbank Cup final, indication is that Mabokgwane could be the man entrusted to carry the hopes of the club and its supporters at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on June 24.   
Mabokgwane has been in fine form, conceding only two goals in the last four games for Bucs. He has kept
While Brighton Mhlongo, Siyabonga Mpontshane and Emmanuel Daniel are all competing for a starting berth in Bucs’ goalkeeping department, it seems Mabokgwane has a better chance of keeping his place as the current number one for Jonevret until the end of the season.    
Sphamandla Ntshokotsha

Sphamandla Ntshokotsha

Staff writter

1 comment:

  1. Forget about the 6 goals he conceded against Mamelodi Sundowns, our defence was vulnerable at that time but now the defence looks much better so indeed Mabokgwane is our number one goalkeeper only if he keeps on performing well.

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