- The Orlando Pirates walked away with their first win of the 2021-22 season after beating the Moroka Swallows
- The game looked as if it would end in yet another draw between the two rivals until Tshegofatso Mabasa successfully scored
- Social media users took to the internet in reaction to the last-minute win by the Bucs
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The match looked like it was going to end in the third draw against the two teams until the 78th-minute when Tshegofatso Mabasa successfully scored the first and only goal.
With Josef Zinnbauer's departure, the Pirates camp was left with the hard task of taking charge of the team.
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Social media users took to the internet to share their reactions to the match
"Appreciation tweet for @TshegoMabaso, Always scores crucial goals ❤❤."
"The worst performance I've ever seen from Pirates, what is Abel Mabaso doing in our starting 11? Put litter in its place symbolPut litter in its place symbolPut litter in its place symbol."
"It's not rocket science...
Tshegofatso Mabasa needs to always start for Orlando Pirates whenever he's made the Team Sheet.
If Ncikazi and Fadlu want more points, he needs to play#DStvPrem #DStvPremiership #BabizeBonke #OnceAlways #UpTheBucs #TheBirds #PTFWS."
“Could be true”: Mamelodi Sundowns’ Rhulani Mokwena addresses coaching divisions
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rhulani Mokwena admitted that the club’s technical bench is divided but decided to downplay the rumours. The Masandawana manager spoke to the media ahead of their DStv Premiership encounter against Kaizer Chiefs this weekend.
Mokwena was asked by the media if indeed there was a rift between him and coaches, Manqoba Mngqithi and Steve Komphela, but he was diplomatic as usual.
The former Orlando Pirates manager opted to dodge the question, citing their most important clash against Amakhosi at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Sunday.
Mamelodi Sundowns partner with LaLiga and top global technical experts
In a similar story, Briefly News posted that Mamelodi Sundowns president Tlhopie Motsepe is planning to take the Sundowns brand to the global scene, according to the latest media reports.
The young Motsepe became the president after his father, Patrice, was voted as the president of the Confederation of African Football last year.
IOL reports that the young football boss recently invited top technical experts who visited Chloorkop to share ideas with his technical team members.