Milutin Sredojevic hopes to replace Tendai Ndoro with new striker at Orlando Pirates

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The Sea Robbers are looking to bring in a new striker before the transfer window closes next week

Orlando Pirates coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has confirmed that the club is on the lookout for a new striker following the departure of Zimbabwean forward Tendai Ndoro.

The Buccaneers recently announced that Ndoro would join Saudi Arabian club Al Faisaly, and Micho has stated that he has tasked the Bucs management with finding a replacement before the transfer window shuts next week.

“The management is looking at all things to be sorted out. We shall see what will happen up to the end of the transfer window,” Micho told the media.

Meanwhile, Pirates were recently held to a 1-1 draw against Baroka FC, and Micho admits that his side's lack of that killer instinct is concerning.

“I’m really concerned that we are not killing the games off enough, but a journey of a thousand miles starts with the first two steps and we need many good steps to build confidence and team spirit. The scoring will improve. We want to have an identity of a team that creates and converts goals,” Sredojevic added.

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“There are still many things to do in open play. We need to correct our defence and improve in set-pieces. We also need to improve the issue of going forward with the ball under control to convert what we are creating. These are the factors we going to work on in the next three weeks before our match against Ajax Cape Town," he continued.

“I’m convinced that with time, we will know each other well and satisfy the standards our supporters expect of us,” Micho concluded.

 

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