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Orlando Pirates lose to Recreativo do Libolo of Angola

Posted: 19 February 2012 Time: 18:46

It was a disappointing result for Orlando Pirates, as they were beaten 3-1 by Recreativo do Libolo of Angola in their first CAF Champions League match.

The game was played at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday.

Rooi Mahamutsa scored a consolation goal deep in injury time, but it was too little too late.

Maieco Domingos Henrique bagged a brace for Libolo, scoring in the 12th and 16th minute.

Henri Camara scored just after the hour mark to make it 3-0, before Mahamutsa scored in the final seconds.

The result will not please club chairman Irvin Khoza, who is known to be very keen for Bucs to take the Champions League once more.

The teams face each other again in the second leg on the weekend of March 2-4.

Scorers Pirates: Rooi Mahamutsa (93)

Recreativo do Libolo: Maieco Domingos Henrique (12, 16), Henri Camara (62)

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 06:58 pm
now i knw obani abakhuluma kakhulu
Anonymous
posted: 06:59 pm
UP THE BUCS no matter what, Mara uMeyiwa yena?
Anonymous
posted: 07:00 pm
Ag....shame
Anonymous
posted: 07:03 pm
What are going to do with Mr Leal if we fail to advance to the next stage?
Anonymous
posted: 07:03 pm
kwathuleka nje la kwenzenjani mabhakabhaka u ar the champion. we need 2 hear ur views
Anonymous
posted: 07:04 pm
What Khoza wants, Khoza gets. I guess he also wanted this ...
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 07:04 pm
Bolaya wena Recreativ0 Libilo or whatever you are called. Ke dimpya dilo tseo !!! Bolayaaaaaaaaa......hahahahahahah !
Anonymous
posted: 07:06 pm
Siyabuya
Anonymous
posted: 07:07 pm
Ngiyalisaba iLobolo bafwethu, kanti linje !! Bhakaniya nidliwa yiLobolo lase Angola..
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 07:07 pm
Where are all those loud mouths ???

Hahahahahahahahahhah......le nyile....come out and tell us what happened..

Iyooooooooooo....3-1 playing at home is soooooooooooooooooooooooo shameful. and some fools will still say "we'll bounce back" just like they weer singing " we gonna conquer Africa"

Bolayaaaaaaaaaa wena Libolo bolaaaayaaaaaaa dimpya tseo !
Anonymous
posted: 07:09 pm
This is not a surprising results in a sense that there's no shortcut to success.

I will always raise this issue of SA players not testing their strength earlier by using opportunities of being involved in junior teams.

If you work for a company with opportunities to learn as much as you can on the business formula,how will you grow if you fail to take advantage of that?

Bottom line is that SA teams neglect their development,hence even the present Pirates doesn't have their own developed but rather buy success.
This is a problem for all the teams in South Africa.

Then Pitso get blamed for a careless approach by soccer bosses.
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 07:09 pm
HAhahahahahahahahahahhah......what a bad wknd for the Rats. First, Chiefs won by a huge score last nite and their kak team gets walloped big tym at home. What a good result.

Can't wiat to get to work tomorrow and laugh at those ugly Chibuku fans.

Bolayaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Recareativo Libolo booolayaaaaaa !
Anonymous
posted: 07:14 pm
yoh kikiki dc wil be a lesson to all those rats fans who talk too mch. Their dream was ended in jst 15min by a team which only has 1 training session per week while dy hv day n nyt shift teams. Nc nc nc hw u gna compete wen hvn fat belly, old morte n cow mabena in africa. Oh n dy werent representin south africa bt themselves cz dy always blab abt hvn a rusty star.
Thank u libolo nw we cn hv peace kwikickoff.
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 07:17 pm
I neva expected Chibuku FC to make any impact in Africa. I don't expect them to win or draw a single match. It serves them right though. This is what happens when a team has stupid fans who take everything for granted.

These people have been making so much noise about "conquering Africa" without looking how they won the lig. They won the lig by sheer luck yet most of them seriously believed they will win the African League and these dunderheads will never listen when you try to reason with them.

Losing at home to a team from Angola that is not in the same league as the TP Mazembes, AS Vita, Club Africain, Al Ahly, ZAmalek and Enyimba is just sh*it.Imagine what will happen when they go to Luanda. A 5-0 drubbing is on the cards. But knowing Chibuku fans, I'm sure they still believe they will "conquer Africa". Morons.
Anonymous
posted: 07:20 pm
Football 101 is an embarassment from the varsity of Orlando indeed, yooooh!
Anonymous
posted: 07:22 pm
akuhlanga kungehliyo mabhakabhaka kunje kuzo zonke iindawo.
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 07:22 pm
Heheheheheheheehehhe.........didn't this guys say FAtty McCarthy was signed to win the African League and add to his Euro medal ????

Hahahahahahahhahhhahahahaahahahahahahhhhhahhhaaahhahahahahahahaahahahahahahahahahahaaahahahhahahhahhahahahahahhahahahahahahahahhahhahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahhahah


Thank you Libolo for silencing these idiots. Bolayaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Ke dimpya dilo tseo.....bolayaaaaaaaaaa fela wena Libolo.
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 07:23 pm
Sweyts : 2012-02-19 19:20 [ Report ]


Football 101 is an embarassment from the varsity of Orlando indeed, yooooh!


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Hahahahahhahahahaaahhh.....give this man a Bols !!!
Anonymous
posted: 07:25 pm
Meyiwa and liel wat a nonsens
Anonymous
posted: 07:26 pm
Pirates' perfomance was simply rubbish. Nowonder Bafana Bafana plays like that. Undermine a team and you get beaten period.
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