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By unknown | Feb 12, 2007 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Mcelwa Nchabeleng

Mcelwa Nchabeleng

Castle Premiership hopefuls Free State Stars' strikers are poised to finish the season as Mvela Golden League (MGL) top goalscorers.

Diyo Sibisi scored one of the four unanswered goals against Bay United in Bethlehem on Saturday to catch up with teammate Jimmy Zakazaka on 12 goals.

Interestingly, both forwards have vowed to finish the season as top goalscorer.

Does this mean that they will be selfish to set each other up for goals?

"I will always set up Jimmy to score and he will also do the same for me," Sibisi stressed yesterday.

Added Zakazaka: "We are professional players and will not deny any player from the team to score. I regard this competition as healthy for the team."

Skipper, Duncan "King" Lechesa, who gets married to Thobela FM news reader Kgadi in Mokopane on February 24, also sees the competition between Sibisi and Zakazaka as good for the team.

"Their goals are not only crucial for their quest to finish as the league's top scorers, but also for our bid to win promotion to the elite league at the end of the season," said Lechesa, who has nine goals so far this season.

Former Vasco da Gama striker Fadlu Davids and Benoni Premier United forward Irvin Mhlambi finished as joint topscorers with 18 goals in the first season of the MGL.

FC AK's Desmond Chauke got the crown last season with 16 strikes while he was still playing for Mabopane Young Masters.

Amos Ngcobo of Durban Stars, whose side were humiliated 4-0 by Winnerspark in Seshego on Sunday, remains with 10 goals.

Fidentia Rangers' Fees Moloi had nine goals before their match against GaRankuwa United yesterday.


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