Absa Premiership

Abraw: I haven't done much

2016-05-05 11:47
Camaldien Abraw (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs striker Camaldine Abraw concedes that his first season with Kaizer Chiefs has been somewhat of a failure. 

The Togo international signed for Steve Komphela's side during the off-season after having scored seven goals in 42 league matches for Free State Stars.

Komphela had been hoping the 25-year-old would revive an aging Chiefs attack, but he has scored just four goals in the league and two in the Telkom Knockout this season.

The likes of defender Eric Mathoho and holding midfielder Willard Katsande having netted more goals than the forward.

Abraw admits to being disappointed at the way things have turned out.

"It has been a good season but not the best because you know Chiefs is a big club and people expect a lot from you," he told Goal website.

"I haven't done much. I wish I could have done better than what I have done. You know we learn from our mistakes and I hope I can score more goals and help the team win silverware next season."

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