JOHANNESBURG – In the past nine years, Lehlohonolo Majoro might have been on the roster of five different clubs in the PSL, but he’s vowed that he’ll never bite the hand that feeds him.
Majoro burst into top-flight football with AmaZulu, and moved up to Kaizer Chiefs. But after falling down the pecking order at the club, he went on to join rivals Orlando Pirates. His form never reached full stride there either, and he later joined Cape Town City, where he stayed for a year and a half, winning the Telkom Knockout and adding to the bagful of silverware from his previous employers.
But that hopping from one club to the other had taught him to be able to separate business from pleasure. And such will be the case when he welcomes former employers Cape Town City to Bidvest Stadium with his latest team Wits for an Absa Premiership clash tomorrow (8.15pm kick-off).
“In this industry of football, you are never guaranteed a team, there’s no team that you can call your home,” said Majoro.
“I was at Cape Town City and they welcomed me and I was very happy that I won a trophy with them. But like Chiefs and Pirates, every time I compete against them I give it my all because I will be representing the team that I’m playing for at that particular time, and such games don’t need emotions, because when you get them that’s when you make mistakes.”