South African-based Zimbabwe striker Tendai Ndoro said that something is wrong with South Africa football since too few goals are scored.
In an interview with KickOf.com, Ndoro, who plays for Highlands Park in the ABSA Premiership, said that strikers need to be more composed for the goal tally to rise. He said:
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It has been preached since I came to South Africa, with strikers scoring 10, 11, 12. I don’t know what’s wrong or if it’s the type of football, but we need to have more composure and take full responsibility as strikers for not getting enough [goals].
We have chances, sometimes you score one and sometimes you have 10 chances and you don’t score. It’s football, but one day there will be a season of goals. Now there’s not a lot of games left and it’s eight goals, which is not good enough.
Ndoro formally played for Soweto giants Orlando Pirates before his move to the ‘Lions of the North’. He has so far scored one goal in nine appearances.
Tendai Ndoro is a Zimbabwean striker who used to play in the South African Football League for Orlando Pirates. He is an award winning footballer who won the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League golden boot award in 2013. In August 2017, Ndoro signed for Saudi Arabian... Read More About Tendai Ndoro