Orlando Pirates striker Thamsanqa Gabuza is hungry for more goals this season. The 30-year old refused to set a target for the number goals he aims to bang in this season, saying he's still learning and is willing to work hard and improve his scoring ability.
"Ganda Ganda", who has scored three goals in six games so far this season, will be looking to add more to his tally in the hope that all the hard work will be achievable and prevail in a successful 2017/18 campaign.
It appears that some Supporters Clubs members have already set a goals target for the Bucs man, while others have given tips to the striker on how to get his scoring boots in the right position.
With Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela known for his profound knowledge of the English language, as seen in most of his post-match interviews, one of the Supporters Club member even nicknamed Amakhosi, calling them English Learners FC. Check out some of the views from our Supporters Club members:
"Maybe I'm the only one who sees the high work rate and the opportunities he created for other players. When he draws the defenders away and lay those back-heel passes for fellow teammates. Yes, he may not be scoring many goals, but please tell me which PSL striker is deadly at the moment?" – McCoora
"Gabuza will score nine goals at the end of the season. Six will be against English Learners FC." – Prakazel
"Missing 50 chances and scoring only two does not mean you are a good player. You must stop acting like a superstar when some players decide to shoot instead of passing the ball to you. You must lift up your head when you miss a scoring opportunity instead of wasting time by holding you head and rolling on the ground for 50 seconds. Come back to the game, come back to the play and, lastly, please respect the fans. You can't be playing against the fans." – ThatoMaphanga
"You are a good striker, Ganda Ganda; just don't read about what supporters say about you in the media. Work hard, it will all come together eventually. Good luck!" – TBS
"There's no room for learning for a 30-year-old man. At this stage, you should have closed all the learning chapters, Gabuza, because I believe it's been decades since you were established as a professional footballer. At your age, you shouldn't be doubting yourself." – manjez
"My favourite player at the moment. High work rate. He will score a hat-trick on 21 October. Watch this space." – Madredz
What advice would you give to assure that Ganda Ganda reaches his full scoring potential?