LEADING Castle Lager Premiership scorer Tendai Ndoro says he hopes to take his form to the Warriors after he got his maiden call up. The Warriors go into camp on July 8 in preparation for the Cosafa Senior Challenge Cup to be hosted by Zambia next month.
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Ndoro, banged his 10th goal on Sunday at Maglas when Chicken Inn beat Shabanie Mine 2-1 to end the first half of the season on a good note pegged on position two and square on 29 points with Highlanders, but behind due to an inferior goal difference.
Chicken Inn have scored 21 goals in 15 matches and the lanky forward, who has cut himself out as one of the deadliest strikers in the Premiership, has notched in almost half of the GameCox goals.
“I am excited about the national team call-up and it is my hope that I would carry my current form to the Warriors should I be able to travel to Zambia for Cosafa. It will be great rubbing shoulders with other great players in the region. I want to keep on scoring goals and I am currently enjoying my game,” Ndoro said. Ndoro (25), who has played in the Botswana be Mobile League for Nico United, said his ambition was to take his game to greater heights.
“I want to take my game to the highest level and attract coaches on the international scene. My ambition is to move to South Africa or any other competitive league in the world. I give credit to my teammates for my performance. They have really worked hard,” Ndoro said.
Ndoro told Southern Eye Sport a few weeks ago just before the two-week Premiership break that he anticipated scoring 10 goals at end of the first half of the season and he has done exactly that.