Pirates quiet on de Sa abuse

Orlando Pirates coach Roger de Sa was pelted with missiles after Pirates' game against Amazulu.

Orlando Pirates coach Roger de Sa. Picture: Facebook.com.

JOHANNESBURG - Orlando Pirates are waiting for the match commissioner's report before making any comments on the fans who threw missiles at coach Roger De Sa.

Fans pelted a host of objects at the under-fire Pirates coach following the 1-1 draw between Pirates and Amazulu on Thursday night in the PSL.

The draw sees Pirates, who have yet to win a game in 2014, remain in ninth spot on the PSL log.

Pirates spokesperson Mickey Modisane says they are waiting to hear from officials before they make any comments on last night's events.

"We still have to wait for the match commissioner's report, and from there we'll be able to review the tapes of the match. Once all of that has been done, the club will be able to come out and say what action, if any, will be taken against the supporters."

Modisane added that fans should use the proper channels to voice their displeasure if they have problems with what is happening at the club.

"There are structures in place whereby should supporters at any stage feel aggrieved or disgruntled with the team, they can raise their concerns through the proper channels. I am also available to talk to them so they can channel their anger properly."