Schloss confirms no cash for top scorer


Free State Stars striker Diyo Sibisi finished second on the list, one goal behind former Moroka Swallows striker James Chamanga. The Zambian hitman, who has moved to China recently, netted 14 goals.

Ea Lla Koto’s Kwazulu Natal born striker believes that had he seen more action this season, it could have been a different story in terms of walking away with a top goal scoring prize.

“I believe that if I had not been forced to watch some of our games from the sidelines it would have been a different story today. I was under pressure to score four goals in the last two games and unfortunately only managed to get only one against Sundowns.”

Sibisi refused to comment about his future at Ea Lla Koto. Media reports have suggested a move to one of the big teams in Gauteng is in the air for Sibisi.