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Pirates forward Lehlohonolo Majoro maintains that the interests of the team far
outweigh any individual aspirations that he might have this season.
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After producing a quiet season in 2013/14, Majoro has been
far more prolific this term, having breached opposition defences six times in
the 15 Premiership matches that he has competed in.
Majoro is just two goals behind Moeketsi Sekola and Puleng
Tlolane, who are the leading scorers this season, and the reality is that they
can still be caught. However, that is not a priority for the Pirates marksman
at this juncture.
"I’m here as a Pirates player and everything I do is
for Pirates. I don’t set personal targets in terms of goals I want to score
because that will disturb the way I play for the team," said Majoro.
"When you do that you end up playing for yourself
rather than the team.
“When you are in possession and your teammate is in a better
position then you remember your own targets and you end up trying to score even
in awkward situations.
"I don’t want to do that, we are a team and Pirates
comes first," he added.