Wome lauds strike duo

2015-04-08 07:23
Dove Wome (Supplied)

Cape Town - SuperSport United forward Dove Wome has heaped praise on teammates Jeremy Brockie and Kingston Nkhatha following the pair's deadly partnership this year.

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Both New Zealand international Brockie and Zimbabwean counterpart Nkhatha joined Matsatsantsa during the January transfer period and have so far combined to good effect, scoring seven goals between them to help United to seventh in the Premiership standings with six games remaining.

And, with the Tshwane giants now on course to secure a top-eight finish this term, Mamelodi Sundowns loanee Wome has moved to heap praise on the gifted duo, who have also helped propel SuperSport into the quarter-finals of the Nedbank Cup, where they will face Golden Arrows on Saturday.

"They are quality players. They bring a good spirit to the team. They are a welcome addition because they will boost the club in reaching their main objectives this season," Wome told

"Their contribution is, what I believe, will take the club to more success in the league as well as the Nedbank Cup. They are quality players and their quality rubs off on the other players in the team.

"Their quality makes others raise their game to the level best. Also, they give us a lot of options in attack."

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