Varsity Star Lands PSL Club, Scores On Debut
Having shone in the Varsity Cup, Themba Ndlovu has now been given the opportunity to show what he can do at a professional level after joining Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila.
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Ndlovu, 24, was the joint top scorer at the university tournament this year, scoring seven goals and walking home with the Player of the Tournament award, but was unable to get a winners medal with TUT as they were beaten by Tshwane rivals, Tuks.
But the attacker got some revenge in his debut game for TTM, scoring as they beat the University of Pretoria to help them to a 2-1 victory.
Speaking to the Siya crew about his return to the professional setup, he said, “I had a decent conversation with Mr Mulaudzi and was happy with his goals, of which were part of my dreams too.
“Joining the team happened quickly because they really needed someone who can score goals. I was eager to play for them, I want to show South Africa what I can do, I'm really training hard to be at my peak, I can't relax now, this is only a start.
“There's a long way to go on this journey, I want to write my own history. I'm forever thankful to Mr Mulaudzi for giving me this opportunity.
“It was great debut this past weekend having to score in my first game for the team, it was an amazing feeling and to win against Tuks 2-1. I know how the Tshakhuma community feels about the team and goals around it, that inspires me when I play.”