The former Kaizer Chiefs striker is not yet sure whether he will move to Pirates in January or June. He was at the stadium to offer morale support in the stands as his new teammates lost their first PSL game of 2014.
"I didn't see him, but I have also been told that he was in the stands. We will see what will happen from here. I know he is a good striker, but we haven't started working with him so I can't say much about him right now," Bucs coach Roger de Sa said.
Majoro's move to Pirates has been full of drama as he was supposed to have joined SuperSport United in a swap deal involving George Maluleka, but Majoro had already controversially signed a pre-contract with Pirates.