- Orlando Pirates seem to have gained a new supporter in Ian Wright who is an Arsenal legend and pundit for TV
- Wright took to social media to show off the drip he's serving in the Orlando Pirates jersey, fit for a king like he is
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to show the former player some love and talk SA football
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Ian Wright, who is known for his iconic time at Arsenal has been spotted supporting South African football. It looks like Wright's favourite team in Mzansi is Orlando Pirates and the fans are loving the drip.
Wright was spotted wearing a stylish Orlando Pirates jersey and captioned the post:
"Once Always @orlandopirates."
Check out the post below:
The former footballer made it clear that he's an Orlando Pirates fan and Mzansi social media users are loving it. They took to the comments section to show the former Arsenal man some love.
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Check out some of the reactions from social media below:
"Are you not related to Coach Mandla Ncikazi?"
"The Buccaneers got drip, drip is forever at the Buccaneers."
"So you adding Pirates on top of Arsenal burden…"
"You are the man. You'll never go wrong with Sea Robbers."
"Decent SA team, Ian, but you really should be wearing a Bloemfontein Celtic shirt, you looked good in the Hoops."
Doctor Khumalo partners with sports brand and shows the drip
In other soccer news, Briefly News reported that probably one of Mzansi's most favourite former footballers, Doctor Khumalo is showing the public that he's still got it.
Khumalo has recently joined up with a top brand in world football and he's serving major looks with the outfits set out for him. Doctor Khumalo is currently an analyst for SABC Sport and he is a Bafana Bafana legend.
Taking to social media, Khumalo posted a slideshow of all the outfits and Mzansi is loving the major swag. A lot of sportsmen have been partnering up with big brands in order to secure a bigger cheque for themselves.
It seems like Khumalo has jumped on the bandwagon but the positive news is that it really suits him.