Orlando Pirates Football Club star attacker Kabelo Dlamini signs a two-year year extension with the club.
Dlamini joined Pirates back in 2019 from Bloemfontein Celtic Football Club.
After dazzling and impressing Pirates hierarchy in the two seasons he spent at Celtic.
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Despite struggling to have the same impact he had at Celtic, Pirates extends his stay at the club beyond his initial contract.
The Buccaneers ties down the attacker after weeks of talks over a possible new deal.
Dlamini and the club agree on a new two-year deal that will see the 27-year-old stay at the club until 2026.
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Dlamini was inspirational in helping the Buccaneers lift two trophies this past season.
Playing 31 matches, scoring 2 goals, and assisting his teammates on six occasions.
Meanwhile, the club is expected to land the duo of Mosa Lebusa and Andile Jali before the start of the pre-season.
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Making the lives of fringe players at the club even harder.
The club is expected to partways with no less than six players in the next coming weeks.