Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter
THOMAS CHIDEU has stamped his authority in the Zambian Premier Soccer League.
The Forest Rangers striker has become a regular and has since played five games – all the games since he joined the team last month.
He has scored a goal and provided an assist so far. “It feels great to join a team and immediately take part in the games. I’m happy that I’ve become a regular and getting game time, helping the team in every-way I can. I’m also happy that I’m playing because it’s hard to join a team and start playing,” he said.
The 24-year-old says he wants to do well at his new team.
“I have been working very hard during training, my aim is to do well for my team. I want to make sure that I do my best for the team and help them achieve their targets, God willing and I also want to do my best and prove my worth to the club,” he said.
He added: “My target is to do my best and to take each game as it comes week by week and stay focused with an end goal of achieving the club’s targets as well.
“Overall I can’t personally just look at my performance but as collective, as a team and I think we have been playing well so far,” he said.
Forest Rangers are coached by Tenant Chilumba who once worked at Hwange and FC Platinum in the Zimbabwean Premier Soccer League.