Carling Black Label Cup: Bucs fans want Lorch, Ndlondlo & Romeo

The preliminary starting line-ups for the four teams that will take part in the Carling Black Label Cup tournament on 12 November are out.

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These starting line-ups are not final as fans have until 6 November to vote for their preferred starting line-ups.

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Orlando Pirates came in second in the votings, and their starting line-up consists of players are regulars in Jose Riveiro’s team.

Interestingly, the majority of Pirates fans want to see Thembinkosi Lorch in the starting line-up that will face Kaizer Chiefs in the second semi-final.

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WHICH STARS ARE NOT IN THE BUCS STARTING LINE-UP FOR CBL?

As things stand, new signings Tapelo Xoki and Bienvenu Eva Nga have not made the list as they have yet to get too many votes.

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Last season’s star Bandile Shandu has also not received enough votes to deserve a place in the starting line-up ahead of Thabiso Monyane.

Surprisingly, Miguel Timm has struggled for the votes as Pirates fans, at least for now, appear to prefer Ben Motshwari in that central midfield role.

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WHICH PLAYERS ARE IN THE ORLANDO PIRATES STARTING LINE-UP?

The inclusion of Olisa Ndah in the Pirates starting line-up will excite many as he is regarded as one of the best centre-backs in the country.

However, it is what the trio of Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo, Thembinkosi Lorch and Kermit Erasmus can offer that will certainly electrify the atmosphere.

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