EXTRA TIME: Watch Jonevret look forward to Pirates improvement against Celtic

The Bucs coach talks about the form of Oupa Manyisa and how his club needs to perform much better than the last time against Celtic

Manyisa was struggling for form after a long term injury, but coach Kjell Jonevret believes the midfielder is still one of the best players in his side.

Orlando Pirates will be more confident after progressing to the quarterfinals of the Nedbank Cup. Bucs have been stuttering in the PSL, but are hoping the Cup will breathe new life into their season.

They now have a tricky game ahead against Maritzburg United on Tuesday night.

While the Team of Choice has been struggling of late, the departure of coach Roger de Sa and the re-appointment of assistant coach Fadlu Davids to the Maritzburg hot seat on an interim basis, has proven to be a masterstroke for the time being.

We will have to see if Davids can frustrate Jonevret.


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