Orlando Pirates protector Olisa Ndah has made an impression on his club's allies after Friday's CAAF Confederation Cup last loss.
The 24-year-old has had a champion introduction crusade for the Buccaneers yet couldn't keep them from losing to RS Berkane on punishments.
The last, however, felt like a home last for Ndah after his previous side Akwa United facilitated the Buccaneers
"My gratitude to the reliable Pirates, for their help all through the season. No matter what, we endeavor to do right by you. Onto the following," he said via virtual entertainment.
Friday's last was likewise a home last for Ndah, with his previous club Akwa United facilitating Pirates in Uyo for their arrangements for the match, with many fans in the arena additionally supporting Ndah and the Buccaneers.
"My most noteworthy of much gratitude goes out to all the Akwa United allies who came through to the CAFCC last in Uyo to help my group," he added.
"It was a delight to play the wonderful game at home before all of you. Playing in Uyo was overpowering for myself and an extraordinary thanks to Akwa United executive, Paul Bassey."
Privateers and Ndah are getting back to activity on Tuesday night when they will confront Maritzburg United in the DStv Premiership.
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