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Orlando Pirates forward Theophilus 'Ronaldo' Tsowaseb is looking forward to his first Soweto Derby since joining the Buccaneers early this year

The 25-year-old inked a three-year deal with the Soweto giants earlier this year, and has spoken about life at Pirates in South Africa.
"I didn’t play this year because I joined after the registration had ended," Tsowaseb told the Villager in Namibia.

Tsowaseb's criticism of Bucs coach Vermezovic might raise a few questions when he returns to the camp.
“The coach once asked me why I was not playing in the league, because he thought I was a South African. He is a very good coach, but he is also arrogant, and we had been speaking together at training,” he said.
“I am hoping to succeed. It will be tough to break into Pirates, but I have the talent to make it,” he added.

Nicknamed 'Ronaldo', there's high expectations on the youngsters shoulders. At this moment he's not getting ahead of himself and is still in awe of the superior conditions in South Africa.
“My first day at Pirates was scary, because I only used to watch the players on TV. Pirates is a very big club and the environment is way out of this world," he continued.
"I first thought it (signing for Bucs) was a joke when my agent Collin April told me that I am going to sign up with Pirates, until later, when April told me that it was a done deal,” he said.
Namibia senior national team head coach Ricardo Mannetti called up the former MTC Premier League side Orlando Pirates player for an Afcon 2015 qualifier against Congo in May. 
However, Tsowaseb decided against honouring the callup, as the Tsumeb-born striker was not getting any game time at the Nedbank Cup champions. 
“My first callup was against Ghana in Windhoek this year in the 1-0 loss. I had a telephonic conversation with Coach Ricardo Mannetti, but I told him that it was unfair for me to come and represent my country while I have not been playing," he said.