Orlando Pirates have announced that Vincent Pule has signed a new contract extension with the Buccaneers.
“Orlando Pirates Football Club can announce that Vincent Pule has signed a new contract extension with the Club, penning a deal that will see the 31-year-old remain at the club until 2025 [2026 should the club exercise its option],” Pirates posted on their website.
“Pule, who has made 135 appearances for the Buccaneers, netting 31 goals and 11 assists, is currently in Rustenburg with the rest of the squad as they prepare for the start of the 2023/24 campaign. His 2022/23 season was plagued by injury, limiting him to only 19 appearances, netting two goals.”
Bucs further revealed that it has handed Richard Ofori a contract till 2024 plus one year. Thabang Monare, Ben Motshwari, Siyabonga Mpontshane were also retained by the club and were handed one-year contracts.
Meanwhile, Azola Tshobeni returned to JDR on a season-long loan. Boitumelo Radiopane returned to Cape Town Spurs on a season-long loan. Bongani Sam and Tshegofatso Mabasa are currently in discussions with Swallows FC to finalise their moves to the Dube Birds.