Cape Town - SuperSport
United striker Evans Rusike admitted that he still dreams of playing in
Europe, having aimed for a move abroad before the Absa Premiership club
Rusike was recruited from Maritzburg United in January as a
replacement for Jeremy Brockie, but revealed he had not been expecting
The Zimbabwean was not aiming at a specific league or club, but had
firmly set his sights on working hard to turn heads overseas. However,
things changed in the January transfer window.
"It's been good [at SuperSport], but it came as a shock. I was
expecting a move to happen at the end of the season for me, but I am
happy with the move," Rusike told KickOff.
"My focus going into the current season was to work hard and then wait to see what move will come. I was thinking of Europe.
"Then I heard SuperSport want my services. They are a big team and
they have won things. I said I could fit into the team and I decided to
However, a move to Europe is not entirely off the cards now for the
23-year-old, who said: "I still have that dream. Joining SuperSport has
put me on another level. They have played in the CAF Confederation Cup
and they went to the final. So I believe I still have a chance to make a
move in future."
Masatsantsa next face rock-bottom Platinum Stars in an Absa Premiership clash at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Tuesday.
Kick-off is at 19:30.