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Rusike: Goal good for me

Kaizer Chiefs forward Matthew Rusike says his first goal for the club has done him a lot of good

Posted: 19 December 2012 Time: 9:36 am

Kaizer Chiefs forward Matthew Rusike says his first goal for the club has done him a lot of good in terms of confidence.

The former Jomo Cosmos marksman has for the better part of the season clearly been fourth in the pecking order behind Bernard Parker, Lehlohonolo Majoro and Kingston Nkhatha, but he got his second League start on Tuesday against Amazulu and found the back of the net – his first official goal for Amakhosi.

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Rusike reacts: “Getting a goal is good for me, good for my confidence. I have been understudying for Bernard [Parker], it’s been ages so it gave me a chance to get in there…

“We bounced back well [from the draw against University of Pretoria] and I’m happy for the guys… We are happy with the performance.”

The 22-year-old further highlights the quality at Chiefs’ disposal after Parker came off the bench to score a second on the night.

“He [Parker] also gets in and does the job. So actually you can see we’ve got 25 players who can do the job week in and week out,” he adds.

Article by: Tiyani wa ka Mabasa

Previous comments on this story...

The Phefeni Boy
posted: 09:39 am
Rusike ......Rusike.....Rusike.........The player for Q3........What a player...wait till he is fully fit..KUZONYIWA

Ndumiso Mabena can learn a lot from this player
Tico MP
posted: 09:41 am
khosi style.....
Tico MP
posted: 09:42 am
The Phefeni Boy

posted: 09:39 am | Report

Rusike ......Rusike.....Rusike.........The player for Q3........What a player...wait till he is fully fit..KUZONYIWA

Ndumiso Mabena can learn a lot from this player
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and mayambela
''Beckham''Hazard''
posted: 09:43 am
loving the step overs boy, clearly well practiced, awuthathi ama chance, ur positioning is brilliant as well, Nkhatha mara why didnt u pass that ball to Parker, ish

reclaiming the glory!!!
Born Khosi
posted: 09:44 am
Watch when we start in Feb...

With the four new signings coming through next month...

We Rise...
Nebo
posted: 09:45 am
were 's Nkosi mara? he hehehe people like to praise toilet neh.

anyway back to de game, Is not de boy who took Mjomana to de drain?

Dis boy might became a gem if 's given a game time but i wonder if he did represent Zimbabwe national team before bcos he was born in south africa only his father 's Zimbabwean.
Nebo
posted: 09:47 am
The Phefeni Boy

Rusike ......Rusike.....Rusike.........The player for Q3........What a player...wait till he is fully fit..KUZONYIWA

Ndumiso Mabena can learn a lot from this player
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wa bona nou Khosi uMabena o kena kae moo, o thomile ka go ngwala toilet about our players.
Reclaiming The Glory
posted: 09:48 am
Well done boy....This is what we need, when u get an opportunity, use it to the fullest unlike Mabena.

#Reclaiming the glory is our Motto
GinoFeelo Balotelli
posted: 09:50 am
The Phefeni Boyposted: 09:39 am  |  Report
Rusike ......Rusike.....Rusike.........The player for Q3........What a player

Ndumiso Mabena can learn a lot from this player

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No no no no Khosi

Mabena only learns from European players no African player is on his level thts why he is called RVP..

#Ndumiso Van Persie#
The Phefeni Boy
posted: 09:51 am
Neboposted: 09:47 am | Report
The Phefeni Boy

Rusike ......Rusike.....Rusike.........The player for Q3........What a player...wait till he is fully fit..KUZONYIWA

Ndumiso Mabena can learn a lot from this player
.....................

wa bona nou Khosi uMabena o kena kae moo, o thomile ka go ngwala toilet about our players.
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hahahaha...hade Bhakaniya...I was just saying
S'javo
posted: 09:51 am
What gem this lad is,very intelligent on the ball and good technique, i cant for the next derby when you are fully fit and settled well in the team.

RTG is the standard we set.
genevive
posted: 09:51 am
Neboposted: 09:45 am  |  Report
were 's Nkosi mara? he hehehe people like to praise toilet neh.

anyway back to de game, Is not de boy who took Mjomana to de drain?

Dis boy might became a gem if 's given a game time but i wonder if he did represent Zimbabwe national team before bcos he was born in south africa only his father 's Zimbabwean.
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I once read his interview he played for the Zim juniuors he never played for the senior team he qualifies to play for bafana
gotze p2
posted: 09:51 am
master jam rusike uv got talent my man. U left dt guy for dead with ur step over pity da ref didn award us with a spot kick, keep it up n u wil get ur chance.

And wt a stunner u scored!!!!

We really need anada centrl midfielder guys.
Gucci Man
posted: 09:52 am
Great goal mfana ........still watching idiski lakho , I hope you gonna mantain your stardand and be consistant
Don't wanna say much on my side ......I think it will be too premature for me to praise you now..

Nice goal, well done .....lets see what you can offer in 2013 mfana wami
Nebo
posted: 09:52 am
Fance won de world cup by de players dat come from Africa.

same to New Zealand won de same Cup few players was born in south africa.

we must also benefit from de foreigners dat are make babies in south africa, re thoma ka Rusike.
The Phefeni Boy
posted: 09:53 am
Amakhosi....Can we please find a nickname for Rusike.........before Baba Mthethwa gives him one.
KC is National Defence Force
posted: 09:54 am
I remember Phefeni Boy asking for Rusike yesterday. Our coach listens
Bucsaway Trebble Champ
posted: 09:56 am
Now that this Cow has scored, we will never hear the last of it, all of a sudden he has become a Hero to the Tortoises FC faithfools mxm
Nebo
posted: 09:56 am
Feelosopher (The Balotelli of Kick Off.com)posted: 09:50 am | Report The Phefeni Boyposted: 09:39 am | Report
Rusike ......Rusike.....Rusike.........The player for Q3........What a player

Ndumiso Mabena can learn a lot from this player

---------------------------

No no no no Khosi

Mabena only learns from European players no African player is on his level thts why he is called RVP..

#Ndumiso Van Persie#
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@ Feelo ......Feelo ......feelo ..........feelo... uzonya mfana wani uphinde ubhala itoilet yakho with our players, Lol.
The Phefeni Boy
posted: 09:58 am
Gucci Manposted: 09:52 am | Report
Great goal mfana ........still watching idiski lakho , I hope you gonna mantain your stardand and be consistant
Don't wanna say much on my side ......I think it will be too premature for me to praise you now..

Nice goal, well done .....lets see what you can offer in 2013 mfana wami
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@Gucci Man

I can put my head on the block Khosilani......This boy is a gem...I can bet with my Doctor Khumalo No.15 Reebok Kaizer Chiefs jersey...... I will take out of safe and give it to you if this boy does not become a big name footballer under the Kaizer Chiefs Football institution.
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