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Richard Ofori ends Orlando Pirates spell after four years

In a surprising turn of events, Ghanaian goalkeeper Richard Ofori has been released by Orlando Pirates, marking the end of his notable four-year tenure with the Premier Soccer League (PSL) side.

Ofori joined Orlando Pirates in 2020 and quickly established himself as a key player, bringing stability and expertise to the team’s defense.

Over the course of his stay, he made 58 appearances, showcasing his exceptional shot-stopping abilities and leadership on the field. His contributions were key in the Buccaneers securing three significant trophies.

In an official statement, the club recognized Ofori’s past contributions while also noting his recent challenges.

“Richard Ofori will be leaving the club when his contract comes to an end on June 30,” the statement read. “We reflect with deep gratitude on the contributions of these players during their time with us.”

The decision to release Ofori reflects the ever-changing nature of football, where teams continually evolve and adapt. For Orlando Pirates, it signifies a moment of transition as they look to build on their achievements and aim for future success.

The 30-year-old stopper is now a free agent, opening a new chapter in his professional career.

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