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Sukazi became popular during the January Transfer Window after Majoro had snubbed several PSL teams for a move to Orlando Pirates

By Ernest Makhaya

Orlando Pirates striker Lehlohonolo Majoro may have parted ways with Tim Sukazi, but he still faces legal action, Goal can confirm.

Sukazi told Goal that he is still prepared to sue Majoro after he signed a pre-contract with Chiefs' bitter rivals Pirates behind his back.

"No, it's not over," Sukazi told Goal. "I'm not going to let this go. I'm still prepared to take him to court for what he did," he said.

Sukazi, who facilitated Majoro's move from AmaZulu to Kaizer Chiefs a few seasons ago, admitted that filing a lawsuit can take longer than expected.

"I know it's been months now, but these things take time. Just wait and see," added Sukazi.

Majoro is one of the few players in the history of South African football to have moved directly from Chiefs to Pirates. He has already won the Nedbank Cup with his new team.

However, the Ladybrand-born foward is yet to regain his goalscoring form since joining Pirates, and he's expected to improve as early as next season.

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