Orlando Pirates fans have eagerly awaited news on the whereabouts of Karim Kimvuidi and Lesedi Kapinga. The club has now provided an update on these two players, indicating that they are edging closer to making their debuts for the team. The Pirates’ faithful had been curious about these two attacking midfielders, both of whom have joined from Maritzburg United and Mamelodi Sundowns, respectively. This update comes after the team has already introduced three other new signings: Patrick Maswanganyi, Katlego Otladisa, and Melusi Buthelezi.

In addition to these player updates, Orlando Pirates has made a significant new appointment. The club has secured the services of conditioning coach Helmi Gueldich, who is expected to contribute significantly to the team’s performance. Gueldich’s experience includes working as the Strength and Conditioning (S&C) coach for Tanzanian League Champions, Yanga FC. Notably, he is not only a seasoned professional but also holds a Ph.D. in Exercise Science, making him a valuable asset to the team.

As Orlando Pirates is set to compete in multiple challenging competitions in the upcoming season, including the CAF Champions League, Gueldich’s expertise is seen as a valuable acquisition during this transfer window. The demanding schedule emphasizes the importance of player availability and consistency.

Gueldich will be collaborating closely with Michel Bellver to elevate the technical team under the leadership of Jose Riveiro. The announcement of these new developments comes as the anticipation for Orlando Pirates’ performance in the upcoming season builds. With new signings and coaching staff, the team aims to make a mark in various competitions and further solidify its position in the Premier Soccer League.