Orlando Pirates latest | Vincent Pule wins BIG at Bucs awards!

Orlando Pirates have rewarded their top performers from the 2020-21 season where Vincent Pule bagged no less than FOUR awards.

Orlando Pirates latest | Vincent Pule wins BIG at Bucs awards!

Orlando Pirates have rewarded their top performers from the 2020-21 season where Vincent Pule bagged no less than FOUR awards.

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The individual awards were voted for by Pirates fans, and the majority of them felt Pule did enough for the club.

Pule was named the club’s Player of the Season; the award he shared with fellow teammate and Bucs midfielder Deon Hotto.

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The Qwaqwa-born winger also walked away with the Fans’ Player of the Season award, and again, he shared the gong with Hotto.

But Pule wasn’t done as his goal against Kaizer Chiefs in the Soweto Derby earned him the Goal of the Season award.

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Lastly, Pule’s fourth accolade was the Top Goalscorer award having scored nine goals across all competitions for Pirates last term.

Goalkeeper Richard Ofori also got some recognition despite being in his first season at Pirates after joining from Maritzburg United.

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The Ghana international walked away with the Save of the Season award for the save he made against Bloemfontein Celtic.

Pirates DStv Diski Challenge (DDC) star Boitumelo Radiopane was named the Prospect of the Season after finishing the season as the top goalscorer.

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Kaizer Chiefs withdraw from race to sign European defender

Kaizer Chiefs have withdrawn their interest in the 25-year-old left-sided defender who has been in action in the UEFA Champions League.

Kaizer Chiefs withdraw from race to sign European defender

Kaizer Chiefs have reportedly abandoned their pursuit of Bosnia and Herzegovina defender Djordje Cosic.

Cosic is currently on the books of Bosnia and Herzegovina champions FK Borac Banja Luka, with whom he has already played for in the UEFA Champions League qualifiers, but he was sensationally linked with a move to the PSL with Kaizer Chiefs.

Kaizer Chiefs withdraw interest in Cosic

The 25-year-old is a towering left-footed defender who can play at fullback and in central defence but Kaizer Chiefs have passed on becoming Cosic’s first club outside of his homeland. He is a first team regular with Borac Banja Luka, featuring 31 times in their triumphant 2020/21 season, and he has experience of the Champions League and Europa League tournaments.

Kaizer Chiefs reportedly made contact with the club to discuss a possible transfer move for the promising defender and went as far as discussing the figures that would be involved in bringing him to Naturena.

It seems that Kaizer Chiefs interest in Cosic cooled once the Soweto Giants secured the signature of Njabulo Ngcobo from Swallows, after having earlier also agreed to sign Bafana Bafana defender Sifiso Hlanti.

While Cosic would offer Kaizer Chiefs versatility at the back they already have Mulomowandau Mathoho, Daniel Cardoso, Siyabonga Ngezana and now Ngcobo as options in central defence, while Yagan Sasman, Philani Zulu, Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya and Hlanti will try to make the left back role their own.

Kaizer Chiefs have been keen on a number of naturally left-footed players during the window, identifying this as an area in which they could strengthen, and they even trialled Sao Tome and Principe international Jardel Nazare, going so far as to give him a medical, but the dismissal of Gavin Hunt appeared to derail that deal, and it seems Stuart Baxter is looking at other avenues to reinforce this team for a Premiership push.

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