After being placed on the transfer list, Majoro has found that he’s now going to be a cast out at both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
It’s particularly disappointing since so much was expected of him at both clubs, and he failed to deliver what his potential had hoped for.
After 56 appearances he scored only 12 goals at Bucs.
Pirates former striker Phumudzo Manenzhe knows a thing or two about living up to expectations.
“I think stats don’t lie, my brother. If you look at the amount of games and the amount of goals he scored last season, I think the Pirates technical team and management of the club must have assessed all these aspects of what he had to offer as a contribution to the club,” Manenzhe told Goal.com
“I think all that went into account when they took the decision. So it’s up to him to find a club that will suit him to showcase the talent that he has,” he said.
“If he is going to start the proving game that’s where it’s all going to go wrong, you know. I think he has got a God-given ability to showcase, you know and he must focus on his own game not to try and prove anything to anyone because he doesn’t have to prove himself as far as I am concerned,” he stressed.
One possibility for Majoro is to join Bloemfontein Celtic, but no deal is finalized yet.