Orlando Pirates players deserve grass menu to revive the fading energy on the pitch. The team needs the special grass menu to be closer to 3 points after unimpressive, embarrassing, belittling, distasteful, lackadaisical and lackluster performance in the past two defeats.
The team needs divine interventions from the famous Rabboni Centre Ministries Pastor Daniel Lesego who convinced his congregation to eat grass to be closer to the almighty God.
It was disheartening to witnessed Pirates dismantled in all departments by Polokwane City. The players energy level was low, ball distribution was too poor, movement on and off to the ball was inferior, team work was non-existence, composure in front of goals was too pathetic, wing play was ineffective, the offensive moves were too predictable playing from within, transitional movement and build up from the back were too slow.
Lucky Lekgwathi and Ayanda Ngcaba ineffective combo was too vulnerable as they were easily exposed by Polokwane City strikers with blistering pace.
The players body language revealed that something is tactical wrong in the team. The fighting spirit is gone.
Orlando Pirates interim coach Eric Tinkler must give boys some grass to be closer to the 3 points.
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By Owen Mundalamo & Funi ”Goldy” Madala