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Orlando Pirates star attacker Monnapuleng Saleng donates R100 000 to his former club.

Orlando Pirates star attacker Monnapuleng Saleng with his teammates during his days at Orbit College Football Club.

The Buccaneers star Monnapuleng Saleng donates R100 000 to his former club Orbit College Football Club.

The money was for the North West ABC Motsepe League champions to prepare for the ABC Motsepe League National playoffs.

Saleng’s contribution helped Orbit to a promotion to the ABC Motsepe League after finishing second in the National Playoffs.

The 24-year-old started his professional career at Orbit before moving to Free State Stars in 2019.

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After two decent seasons at Free State Stars, Pirates signed the talented left footed and loaned him to Swallows.

He scored seven goals in 22 League games for Swallows before returning to Pirates a season later.

The arrival of Spanish coach Jose Riveiro at Pirates gave Saleng a chance to showcase his talent.

He led Pirates to a cup double and second place finish in the Dstv Premiership.

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While having 26 goal contributions in 30 games and winning multiple individual awards.

The South African international will look to help his team compete next season.

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