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Former Bafana Bafana forward spoke to SuperSport on television, after the Soweto Derby, finally expressing his feelings about his controversial move across to his biggest rivals

Orlando Pirates new forward Majoro spoke about the verbal abuse he is receiving from Kaizer Chiefs fans, particularly since playing against his former club yesterday.

Majoro was a late substitute, but couldn't inspire Bucs to turn the game around, losing 1-0 to the log leaders and defending PSL champions.

"It was nice to play against Chiefs, even though things didn't go our way," Majoro told SuperSport.

"I've changed the game before, coming on late. I was happy, even though Chiefs supporters were not happy. They don't know what (really) happened," Majoro continued.
"If Chiefs fans are going to complain, they don't know what happened. It's a short career. They can say whatever they want."

Majoro made the point that in a short career, players are professional and need to go where the money is, and where they can fulfill their ambition on the field. Chiefs were frustrated with coach Stuart Baxter who often benched Majoro, and understood Majoro wanted to leave AmaKhosi. However when he changed his mind to move to Bucs instead of SuperSport United, the fans turned on him.
"Chiefs fans don't know what happened, why I left their team. The sooner they make peace with that the better," said Majoro.