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On-fire Ndoro sets golden boot target
28/10/2013 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
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PSL LEADING goal scorer Tendai Ndoro has set himself a target of 18 goals before leaving for the South African outfit Mpumalanga Black Aces.

The Chicken Inn striker signed for the ambitious South African outfit but could not complete his move because the South African transfer window had closed on September 2.

He is now expected to return to his new club in the January transfer window in January but he wants to leave with the Golden Boot Award in his trophy cabinet.

On Sunday he saved Chicken Inn from the jaws of defeat against relegation threatened side Monomotapa with a superb equalizer in a match which ended 1-1.

“It feels good to be scoring in every match. I am enjoying my game. I hope to continue like this,” he said.

“I should be leaving for South Africa in January if things go according to plan and I hope I will transfer this form to South Africa. I have set myself a target of 18 goals and we will then see how it goes from there.”

Only four matches remain before the end of the current league campaign.

Last season former Dynamos striker Rodreck Mutuma scored 14 goals to lift the Top Goal Scorer Award. But that award saw him attracting a lot of interest from South African Premiership sides.

He eventually signed for Bloemfontein Celtics.


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