Cape Town - New SuperSport United recruit Jeremy Brockie admits
that he is excited about the prospect of playing outside his comfort zone.
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According to Soccer Laduma, the New Zealander knows that Matsatsantsa
brought him to rattle the back of the net and has already set himself a target.
“I’ve been brought here to score goals, and I know that
that’s my job,” said the 27-year-old.
“I set my goals at the start of every season, and if I can
get seven or eight before the end of the season I’d be really happy with that.”
Before he made his move Brockie was concerned about his
international future but the striker reveals that he spoke to All Whites
national coach, Anthony Hudson, and the coach urged the striker to do something out his
“He said the only thing that will affect my spot in the
national team is if I’m not scoring goals or I’m not performing when I’m away
Brockie is yet to receive his work permit before he can don
the SuperSport colours in the PSL.