Lehlohonolo Majoro's last Twitter message to Orlando Pirates
Posted: 10 August 2016 Time: 17:58
New Cape Town City striker Lehlohonolo Majoro has sent another message to his former club Orlando Pirates via social media.
Majoro completed a move to Cape Town on Wednesday to reunite with former Buccaneers coach Eric Tinkler as well as ex-Pirates players Tshepo Gumede, Robyn Johannes and Samora Motloung.
The 29-year-old, whose actions were frowned upon at Mayfair when he tweeted “tired of being a spectator” not so long ago, has again taken to social media to air his feelings.
“Thank you to the chairman of Orlando Pirates and the club, especially the fans for believing in me, had fun..#45,” he posted on Twitter.
Thank you to the chairman of Orlando Pirates and the club, especially the fans for believing in me, had fun..#45 pic.twitter.com/LQSDLQsFo7— Lehlohonolo Majoro (@BalloJoro) August 10, 2016
Majoro was a bit-part player during Tinkler’s final season at Pirates but the coach insists there is no bad blood between them and that ‘Major’ will get game-time at City.
The new Mother City club starts its first Absa Premiership campaign at Cape Town Stadium against Polokwane City on Tuesday, August 23.
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