Former Bucs striker James Mothibi believes that the mission of the national team at the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) will be beneficial to Gabadino Mango and Orlando Pirates.
Motibi said he was disappointed with what Mango had offered this season and felt that Malawi’s progress needed to adjust his mindset.
Gaba Dino Mango has been bright red in AFCON so far and its rich shape needs to be returned to the Sirovers Camp.
AFCON benefits Gabadinho Mango
A former frontman said Orlando Pirates shouldn’t be in a hurry to offload Mango, despite recent struggles.
“When Mango signed the Pirates, I saw him as someone who was going to help the club move forward, but the only concern I had about the boy wasn’t necessarily a problem,” Motibi said. Said Soccer Raduma..
“I’m not talking about attitudes towards coaches and teams, but about himself, his family, and football fraternity.
“There are positives and negatives, but I think management must have called him to warn him that he’s not bigger than the club.
“I still think Mango is a good player. I’ve liked him since the first day he arrived at Orlando Pirates, thanks to the power seen by Bidvest Wits and his national team. ..
“For Mango, it was a good call to the national team to call him for match time, because it helps Orlando Pirates to see him again.
“If they were thinking of letting him go, I think they would have to think twice and be patient with the boy.
“These boys sometimes get on track. It is our duty as a former player and management to get them back on the right track by motivating them. Pirates are a big club and The boy should admit that he made a mistake and thank some people for giving him a second chance, “he added.
Gabadinho Mango’s AFCON service benefits Orlando Pirates
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