Foreign strikers doing the business


The Zimbabwean marksman made his debut for Amazayoni on February 12 and since then has found the net six times, which already puts him within four goals of the top scorer in the Premiership – Bernard Parker on 10 goals.

Ndoro, who was the Zimbabwean League's top scorer with 18 goals last year, says he wants to win the PSL Golden Boot award next season … but he could even do it this season!

READ: Ndoro targets golden boot

Besides Ndoro, foreign players are dominating the scoring charts in the PSL. Knowledge Musona (8), Atusaye Nyondo (7), Robert Ng'ambi (7), Kingston Nkhatha (6), Hellings Mhango (6) are joined by several other foreigners on four or five goals each.

VIEW: Premiership top scorers chart

Yesterday we wrote a story about how poorly South African strikers are performing in the Premiership – READ: 'SA strikers make keepers look good' – so it makes sense that most of the goals are coming from the boots of our African neighbours.

Earlier this year revealed that out of 499 players registered in the PSL, 106 players (20 percent) are of foreign descent – READ: Parreira says foreigners harming Bafana – making the fact that foreigners are scoring more goals than South Africans look even worse.


What do you make of the impact of foreign strikers in the PSL? Is it harming the progress of South African strikers? Join the debate in the comments or on Facebook!


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