Previously tipped as one of the best attacking players in South African football, Majoro saw his career slide whilst in transition between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
He wasn’t happy sitting on the bench for Stuart Baxter’s champions, so moved to archrivals Orlando Pirates.
Ironically, he couldn’t get game time at Bucs either. Now, in another ironic twist, the coach that dropped him at Pirates, Eric Tinkler signed him for Cape Town City.
“I have to say that I have enjoyed my stay here thus far and I am working hard already, the fitness is coming. I am looking forward to doing what I was brought here to do,” Majoro told Goal.com
“City are a new club with fresh and new ambitions. Majoro is a new person, who has new ambitions and new goals. So why not City?
“That was part of the reason I chose them.
“For us as a team in the PSL, the mandate is simple and that is we must deliver. We have the squad that is capable and has the necessary potential to deliver the results.”
So, what is his objective at City after falling down the ranks and losing his Bafana Bafana spot?
“All I want to do this season is to enjoy my football and get game time again,” he added.
“At this point in time I can’t really say that I want to be back in the national team because I have to perform at club level first and then the national team will come afterwards,” he concludes to Goal.