Floyd Shivambu blames Orlando Pirates loss on Jackson Mthembu

Floyd Shivambu blames Orlando Pirates loss on Jackson Mthembu

- Floyd Shivambu blamed ANC MP Jackson Mthembu for Orlando Pirates' loss against the Kaizer Chiefs

- Shivambu, who is a Amakhosi fan, said the Bucs lost because "Mjekejeke" supported them

- The Orlando Pirates suffered an 1-0 loss against the Amakhosi side

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EFF Deputy president Floyd Shivambu took jabs at ANC MP Jackson Mthembu after the Orlando Pirates suffered an 1-0 loss against the Kaizer Chiefs.

Shivambu - who appears to support the Amakhosi side - shared a tweet of Mthembu where he showed the Bucs support.

The Minister wrote ahead of the derby:

"May the best people’s team @orlandopirates win this afternoon #SowetoDerby .#OrlandoPirates."

The EFF deputy accused Mthembu of being the reason why the Pirates lost:

"This is why @orlandopirates lost. Supported by Mjekejeke???"

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South Africans found Shivambu's dig funny and they gave their two cents' worth on the matter in the comments.

Twitter user, @matshbz, commented:

"Mjekejeke must call for the coach to be disappointed."

Thabiso Chuene, who goes by the Twitter handle @thabzchuene, added:

"That's why Pirates was disappointed today, Mjekejeke must be appointed as a head coach "

Luckily, it appears Mthembu is not a bad loser and he congratulated the Amakhosi side on their win.

"Our @orlandopirates players did their best on the field of play , unfortunately it was not our day . Congratulations to @KaiserChiefs," he wrote.

Briefly.co.za previously reported Mzansi came out if full force to support the two teams, Kaizer Chiefs and Orland Pirates. The rivalry between these two teams is the stuff of legends the match was hard-fought and hard-won.

The Kaizer Chiefs came out victorious with a 1-0 win over their rivals.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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