- Disgruntled Pirates fans have called for their coach to be fired
- This comes after the team drew with Baroka FC over the weekend
- Rhulani does not seem fazed by negativity
Orlando Pirates fans are calling for Rhulan Mokwena's head after the team drew against Baroka FC this past weekend. Supporters forced police to escort the bus out of the stadium due to their protest action after the game.
Pirates management will have to up security for the team's next match on 21 December against Black Leopards. Many fans has called for Rhulani's resignation after his team drew 2-2 at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday.
Reports have claimed that fans protested the poor performance and forced police to escort the team bus.
Mokwena has expressed that he is not too bothered by the fans' reaction. Speaking to KickOff.com, the football manager said that he can only speak for himself and not fans. He went on to say that fans know that they give of their best every time they play on the field.
"We fight for the badge."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that AmaZulu striker, Bongi Ntuli, said he would win the Absa Premiership Golden Boot if he signed for Orlando Pirates. The only goal-scorer of the team is tied in second place as the top scorer of the season.
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