Tendai Ndoro: Orlando Pirates eyeing league and Cup double

The current PSL topscorer preached the importance of teamwork as they prepare for their league game away to Platinum Stars on February 8

Orlando Pirates striker Tendai Ndoro has stressed the importance of winning the PSL and Nedbank Cup as the club celebrates its 80th anniversary.

Bucs are seven points behind the PSL log leaders SuperSport United and they will be looking to catch up with the pacesetters in the second round.

On Thursday night, Pirates were pitted against lower division side EC Bees in the Nedbank Cup last 32 encounter and Ndoro discussed his side's 2016/17 season aspirations.

"The pressure is always there but (Pirates' players) try to control it," Ndoro told the media.

"But in football, whether Pirates or another team, every team wants to put something in the (trophy) cabinet," he continued.

"As a big team, we celebrate our 80th anniversary this year and we must celebrate and hopefully win the Nedbank Cup and the league."

"The important thing we win games as a team. We have got the league and Nedbank Cup to play for, that's what we want now," he added.

"As an individual I can't do it alone, I play with other players, it's about teamwork, not only me," Ndoro concluded.

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