Former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Fatau Dauda has disclosed why he failed at the Soweto giants.
The Ghana international was on the books of the four-time Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions during the 2013/14 season
Dauda was competing with back-then Bafana Bafana international Senzo Meyiwa, who sadly passed away in October 2014.
The former Enyimba International FC shot-stopper explained that it was difficult for him to dislodge Meyiwa as Bucs' first-choice keeper.
“I went at the time where the goalkeeper was the captain, thus Senzo,” Dauda told GTV Sports Plus according to Ghana Web.
“I learnt a lot from him [Senzo], in fact, he was one of the best in the South African League at that time and he had earned a call-up to the South African National team.”
Dauda made only three appearances for the Buccaneers and he moved to another PSL club, Chippa United, ahead of the 2014/15 campaign.
However, the Obuasi-born keeper terminated his contract with the Chilli Boys only two months after joining the club and he returned to his former Ghanaian club Ashanti Gold.
The 35-year-old is currently on the books of Ghanaian Premier League side Legon Cities FC and he is the club captain.