Absa Premiership

SuperSport insist Brockie not for sale

2016-06-13 22:15
Jeremy Brockie (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - SuperSport United fans can breath a sigh of relief after the club confirmed that striker Jeremy Brockie is not for sale.

The New Zealand international forward has forged a reputation as one of the most clinical forwards in the Absa Premiership since arriving at Matsatsansa from Wellington Phoenix last year.

His 25 goals and seven assists in 50 games, playing as a main striker and second striker, has alerted the likes of Mamelodi Sundowns in recent weeks, but the club's spokesperson, David Skhosane, has assured fans Brockie will be at the club next season.

"There has been interest. But the chairman has made it clear we are not going to sell him," Skhosane told KickOff, when asked about the interest from their cross-town rivals.

Brockie recently helped SuperSport to Nedbank Cup glory in their 3-2 win over Orlando Pirates, and was crowned as OFC Nations Cup winners last week with the All Whites.

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