Absa Premiership

Massa targets Top 8 spot

2015-02-09 11:54
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Cape Town - University of Pretoria striker Geofry Massa hopes he can help AmaTuks secure a top eight place in the PSL.

Read: Majoro puts Pirates first

According to KickOff, the Ugandan striker has set himself the target of finishing as the league's top scorer and wants to help his club finish in the Top 8 of the PSL. 

“I am enjoying my game at Tuks and I want the players here to help me finish as the top scorer,” said Massa.

“I also want to help the team finish in the top eight.”

However the striker is said to be in his last season at the club as Orlando Pirates are looking to vie for his services.

“My contract is not a secret because it will expire in June.”

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