Orlando Pirates' Josef Zinnbauer disappointed in last night's match

Orlando Pirates' Josef Zinnbauer disappointed in last night's match

- Orlando Pirates head coach Josef Zinnbauer has opened up about his thoughts on his teams' draw agains Stellenbosch in a recent game

- Zinnbauer described himself as perplexed at the teams' performance during the first half of the match

- The team ended the game with a 1-1 draw against Stellenbosch at the Orlando Stadium last night

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Orlando Pirates head coach Josef Zinnbauer has shared his thoughts on the way his team performed during yesterday's game against Stellenbosch. Pirates ended the game with a 1-1 draw at the Orlando Stadium match.

Zinnbauer was left unimpressed by the teams' draw, saying that they may need a wake-up call if they wanted to restore their glory. According to Zinnbauer, the team's players went into the game too casually, which is why they were unable to secure a win.

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"I think we need a wakeup call. It's not possible to go into a game so casually. This is my meaning. You see what we can do. You see it. And this is the things I don't understand. But we come back," he said according to News24

Meanwhile, Pirates fans shared their thoughts on the game. Read some of them below.

@Muvhangotshedza said:

"Rome was not built in one day.The last time we won a league was in 2012 and Micho was given enough chance why don't you give JZ a chance, the guy only lost 2 games since he came, don't be like chiefs fans who complain about everything. Let's learn to be patient.'

@_King_M said;

"What did we do to deserve such abuse? We can’t be drawing with the machines we got on the team, aikhona."
Zinnbauer expresses disappointment at Orlando Pirate's performance

Zinnbauer thinks Orlando Pirates could do with a wake-up call. Source: Twitter/@MuziBucs
Source: Twitter

In other Briefly.co.za sports news, last night Kaizer Chiefs announced that Nkosingiphile "Mshini" Ngcobo was Man of the Match during a game between themselves and Chippa United. They also shared a face shot of the young-looking man in a Twitter post.

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@RealMrumaDrive, aka "The Cleaner", thought that Ngcobo looked way too young, deciding to add a few features that would help Ngcobo look a little older. Taking to Twitter with the pictures he captioned the post, "Now and 30 years later."

Twitter users enjoyed seeing The Cleaner poke a little fun at Ngcobo, liking the photoshopped pic close to 800 times. Many of them could not deal with The Cleaner's work, taking to the comment section to share their thoughts.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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