Ntshumayelo: Majoro won't play if he doesn't work hard at Pirates

Ntshumayelo tells Goal that Majoro will need his teammates' support to succeed at Pirates, but he is positive that the former Chiefs hitman will do well
By Ernest Makhaya

Orlando Pirates midfielder Thandani 'Bibo' Ntshumayelo has told Goal that he is pleased with the acquisition of Lehlohonolo Majoro at the club.

Bibo is adamant that Majoro will adapt quickly to his new surroundings although he admits that there are challenges at any club.

"I don't think Majoro will have a problem to adapt at Pirates," Bibo told Goal. "Yes, there are always challenges, but he's been in this situation with Chiefs before," he said.

The 23-year-old former SuperSport United player has advised Majoro to work hard at Pirates if he is aiming to enjoy regular game time.

"He will definitely add value to the team. He knows what is expected of him, but he will need to work hard. Otherwise he won't play," added Ntshumayelo.

Ntshumayelo, who rates Majoro highly, expects the rest of his teammates to support the former AmaZulu forward to be able to score goals for Pirates.

"There's pressure everywhere, and I am sure Majoro is aware of that having played in front of packed stadiums at Chiefs. He's experienced enough and he will do a good job for us, but of course we need to support him at all times," concluded Ntshumayelo.

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