Fikile Mbalula shows support for the Bucs: ”Anything is possible”

Fikile Mbalula shows support for the Bucs: ”Anything is possible”

- Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula took to social media to throw his weight behind Orlando Pirates

- Mbaks has a heightened sense of optimism due to the turnaround and impressive form of the team

- Some fans threw shade at previous coach Rhulani Mokwena and most agreed with Mbalula's sentiments

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Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula is confident about Orlando Pirates' future chances of success.

Mbaks' sentiments are based on the team's tremendous recent form.

The former Minister of Sport cited the coaching changes that left the Bucs in turmoil, but that he felt that anything is possible now.

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Mbaks took to Twitter to share his views and noted the reaction from fans.

Numerous tweeps were in agreement and many couldn't resist a little dig at former coach Rhulani Mokwena.

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Crimespotter (@crimespotter) asked,

"Are you minister of sport? Or police? Or transport? Or twitter?"

Skreech Black (@1dile_mufc) made some interesting observations:

"Nothing has changed? Clearly people are not watching OP. Quite a lot has changed actually, from players positions to the style of play. Sometimes brilliance is not in changing things but in tweaking them."

Biyela (@VusBiyel) felt that the answer lies in the attitude of the players"

"It is an interesting analysis. Sadly same black players didn't want to produce under the young black coach. Nothing has changed in the system of play and no new players have been introduced."

Moshane.P.F (@JacundaM) appreciated Mbaks' sentiments:

"I agree with you mbaks we are now showing great signs of recovery, once a pirates always buccaneer."

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