It might have taken a while for Orlando Pirates striker Kwame Peprah to adapt to the club and register his first goal for the team, but things seem to be looking promising for the Buccaneers striker after scoring four goals in Bucs’ last two matches.
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Peprah only got to register his first goal for the club after 13 games, but it was special for the striker and Bucs, as he rescued the team from being a goal down, to going on and clinching a 2-1 victory over Sekhukhune United as Peprah scored two goals, which was the same situation for Peprah and Pirates once more, with the Ghanaian scoring a brace against AmaZulu FC in their final game of the year.
The Ghanaian striker says he is certain that there are more goals coming from him.
“First of all, we thank God for the victory, I would say it’s by the grace of God and also the motivation of the leaders we have, like our skippers, the coaches and the entire technical team that we have been this far,” the 21-year old told Pirates media after the clash against AmaZulu.
“I am getting addicted to the style of play of this club little by little. And I know for sure that as time goes on I will get more goals for the club and the club is going to achieve.”
Peprah joined the Soweto giants at the start of the season from his home country club King Faisal, where he scored 10 goals and made 10 assists.
The Ghanaian striker took some time in adapting to his new environment at Pirates, creating a lot of doubt on his abilities in the process. But now, with four goals in his last two games, he will surely be a key player in the Bucs squad going into the rest of the league fixtures the following year.
The club’s fans will certainly be happy with his contribution so far, which has been supported by co-coaches Fadlu Davids and Mandla Ncikazi, especially after helping the team go to the break occupying second spot on the league table with 30 points after 19 games.