Orlando Pirates Midfielder Ben Motshwari Set for Sensational Move to SuperSport United: A Comprehensive Look

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Orlando Pirates midfielder Ben Motshwari is reportedly set to leave the club and reunite with his former coach at SuperSport United. This move comes after the player has struggled for game-time under current coach Jose Riveiro.

Motshwari’s Journey

Ben Motshwari’s career began when his former coach, Gavin Hunt, signed him from Mohlakeng’s Trabzon FC. Under Hunt’s guidance, Motshwari rose through the ranks and made a name for himself in the PSL.

Potential Departure

According to a source close to the situation, Motshwari’s time at Orlando Pirates is up, and talks have already commenced with SuperSport United. It is believed that he has signed a pre-contract with SuperSport, and his move could mark a turning point in his career.

Orlando Pirates’ Successes

While Motshwari’s potential departure looms, the Orlando Pirates have enjoyed their own successes. The team has already secured R8 million in prize money after clinching the MTN8 title, and they have the possibility of securing second place in the DStv Premiership and another trophy in the Nedbank Cup final, which could amass up to R24 million in prize money this season.

Looking Ahead

Orlando Pirates fans will be closely following the team’s progress in these crucial matches, as well as keeping an eye on the developments regarding Motshwari’s future. His potential move to SuperSport United marks an intriguing new chapter in his career, and it remains to be seen what impact this will have on both his own performance and the ever-evolving landscape of South African football.

Ben Motshwari’s likely move to SuperSport United is poised to be a significant event, both for the player and the South African football scene. With the opportunity to reunite with his former coach, Motshwari could experience a resurgence in his career. Meanwhile, the Orlando Pirates will continue to focus on their own successes on the field as they push for more silverware this season.

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