Absa Premiership

Bigger picture: Abraw wants silverware

2015-11-10 09:31
Camaldine Abraw (Supplied)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs striker Camaldine Abraw reveals he is settling in well at his new club and wants to get his hands on some silverware.

According to KickOff, the Togolese says that since his move to the Naturena club that everyone involved at the club have been very warm and welcoming.

“The guys have been warm to me and I’m definitely positive that we’ll do well,” said the former Free State stars forward.

“I used to play in France before I joined Free State Stars.”

Abraw was close to not joining the Sowetan side as he already had an agreement with Bloemfontein Celtic but decided to join Chiefs which resulted in several PSL DRC meetings.

However, with the Premiership in full swing and the transfer problems behind him, Abraw is eager to start winning silverware at the club.

“I see professionalism here and with great facilities, so it is all about delivering on the field.

“I just have to enjoy the moment and not lose the bigger picture of winning trophies.”

 

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