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Seema rubbishes move reports

Orlando Pirates' Lehlohonolo Seema rubbishes reports

Posted: 14 June 2010 Time: 10:45 am

Orlando Pirates skipper Lehlohonolo Seema believes he still has a future with the Mighty Buccaneers next season. 

Seema is one of the players reported to be on the way to join Mpumalanga Black Aces next season. Other Bucs players linked to Aces include Josephy Kamwendo and Bennett Chenene.

Howvers speaking to KickOff.com, the former Bloemfontein Celtic defender says it is news him that he is supposed to be joining Amazayoni next season.

“I have only read it in the newspapers; nothing has been communicated to me officially in that regard, not even from my agent. As long as I have a contract with Pirates, I believe my future with the club is still safe.”

The Lesotho international failed to see action with Pirates last season and conceded that the season was one of the worst in his soccer career because of the injuries he suffered.

“It is difficult to judge my performance last season as couldn’t play due to injuries. As footballer you always want to play and hopefully next season I will stay injury free.”

Orlando Pirates are already reportedly looking at Siyabonga Sangweni and Robyn Johannes to reinforce their defence next season.

Meanwhile Black Aces are continuing with their signing spree by acquiring Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Bongane Twala.

The former youth international sealed his deal at the weekend and will be joining his new team mates on June 20 for pre-season training.

Despite showing a lot of in his first season two years ago Twala stagnated this past season failing to get much game time due to tough competition.

The club has confirmed the signing of Twala but further details of the deal will be disclosed later.

   

Article by: Ernest Fakude

Previous comments on this story...

Mesh - K 4 L
posted: 11:26 am
PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE !!!!ERNEST FAKUDE,WHAT IS THESE???

WE DON'T NEED PIRATES,KAIZER CHIPS,OR SUNDOWNS KAK STORIES.....HAWU !!!
Anonymous
posted: 11:35 am
cn we focus on da world cup en forgot abt da our boring domestos(domestic)league plz editor
Anonymous
posted: 11:43 am
Seema pls go, u r a burden & disgrace to Bucs. Pls take Mdluli, Manyisa, Mhlambi, Chiloane, Walaza, Mushangazhike, Mthombeni, Floyd Mbele, Mabe, Tshabalala with u. U r lucky dat there is a PSL team interested in u. Grab a chance while u still can.
HlatseBoy Wa Lekhosi
posted: 02:14 pm
Mr / Miss Editor, what the Fuucck is it with u? Huh? What do u mean by this (Howvers speaking to KickOff.com, the former Bloemfontein Celtic defender says it is news him that he is supposed to be joining Amazayoni next season.)

U r not a child anymore. Please read your stupid articles b4 you release them to the public.

And we want world cup related stories here, not this KaaaaK...
Anonymous
posted: 09:56 pm
i agree with Bonga B. Sithole Seema should go,he does not deserve to be a buccaneer he should GO!!HE IS NOT NEEDED.HE IS NOW SURPLUS!!!.
Anonymous
posted: 09:12 pm
s.a needs 2 put more effort and they need 2 improve,2 teko people were expecting more and you did less hope u gonna improve at the league and prove that u are the best and u can be compared 2 the worlds best and u are the best
Anonymous
posted: 06:27 pm
Enjoy ths 1 make it ur best...
Anonymous
posted: 05:20 pm
i think ruud krol is the best coach 4me,just dat player wen dy dnt get 1st line up dy start bad mouthing de coach n dat is nt fair.wat dy nid 2do is work hard n wen u work hard de is a reward 4 hard working.2 joseph makhanya u r de best n u wil always b de best player n u always hav my support working hard will give u de best result sharp sharp heita'da
Anonymous
posted: 05:29 am
SEEMA MUST GET OUT OF THE CLUB MODISE BCOM CAPTAIN
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