Orlando Pirates winger Bernard Morrison has revealed reason behind his weird goal celebration in their Netbank Cup victory over Ajax Cape Town last Saturday.
The Ghanaian was the hero for his side when he scored all two goals to ensure his side progressed to the last 16 of the competition.
Morrison celebrated in a suspicious manner when he run to the touchline and walked on his knees after scoring his second goal.
The player in a post-match interview said the celebration was directed to former Orlando Pirates manager Muhsin Ertugral who is now the head Coach of Ajax Cape Town.
“There was some problems going between Muhsin and I and the celebration was meant to him,” said Morrison, who did not elaborate on the matter,” he said.
It is believed there was a rife between the two (Bernard Morrison and Muhsin Ertugral) during the latter’s stint with the Bucs.
The attacker was regarded surplus during the reign of Muhsin Ertugral which raised consents about his future with the Club.
By Frank Darkwah