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Majoro Seeking Bucs Exit After Disappointing Spell?

With the 2015/16 season coming closer to an end, Orlando Pirates are believed to have no plans for extending Lehlohonolo Majoro’s stay with the club.

The striker, who joined Pirates from perennial rivals Kaizer Chiefs in 2014 will see his current contract with Pirates expire at the end of June.

He has struggled for game-time and in front of goals at the club. The Buccaneers have been yet to exercise the one-year option they have on the contract of the 29-year-old player.

Tendai Ndoro has worked his way up to become the preferred striker in Eric Tinkler’s line-up in the second half of the season, with Majoro and Thamsanqa Gabuza struggling for game-time at Bucs.

“Nothing has been signed. His contract is coming to an end in June but normally it's the club that decides on the extension and, though he has that extension, the team can decide to either keep him or let him go. For now, the player is waiting to hear from the club before the end of the season.

“He has made it clear that he wants to leave at the end of the season if possible, but it will all depend on the team for now because they hold the power with that one-year option. He wants to leave and join a team where he can have more game-time,” a source told the Siya crew.

For more on ‘Major’ and his situation at Bucs, get the full story in the Siyagobhoza section of the Soccer Laduma newspaper this week.


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