Pirates have thus far made a complete of 9 new signings in anticipation of what is going to be a difficult season each at the home and continental entrance because the club looks to put an end to their five-year trophy drought.
With nearly a completely new group arriving, on the other hand, there would naturally be considerations among the current crop of avid gamers who would possibly concern for their places within the team. But this does not follow to Vincent Pule, who has overtly expressed his backing for the contingent and feels they are going to all convey worth of their quest for glory.
“I think we’ve signed good players; they will come in handy when we’re going away [in the Champions League] and here at home [in the league]. I think they are good players,” mentioned Pule. “I Think as the coaches say to us, our recreation fashion may be very simple.
For the players who performed at Maritzburg [Makaringe and Ndlovu], we play an equivalent recreation type. “And I think the other new guys have also gelled well; they’ve done well for themselves and for the team in pre-season, and I think they will come in handy.”
The Buccaneers get their season underway this Saturday with the much-anticipated curtain raise in opposition to Kaizer Chiefs within the Carling Black Label Cup on the FNB Stadium (15h00). Their opening Absa Premiership encounter will see them host Bloemfontein Celtic on the Orlando Stadium a week later (18h00).