Advertisement
Sports

Peter Banda admits Moldovan league is tough

Advertisement
Griffin Saenda Jnr

Flames blossoming attacker Peter Banda has admitted that the Moldovan National Division is tough but is confident he will come good.

The youngster who joined Tiraspol Sheriff from Nyasa Big Bullets, has played three matches since he joined the club last month after successful trials. Banda said, he is working hard to impress technical panel.

“It is a competitive and exciting league. I found the team with established stars; so, I need to up my game to make a breakthrough into the first team. I know it will not be easy but I am pushing and working hard,” Banda added.

Advertisement

His uncle and manager, Griffin Saenda Junior, said the youngster has qualities to make it big.

“Peter is skillful and a hard worker. Once he is settled, he will do well,” he said.

On his part, Flames coach Meck Mwase was also confident that the striker would score goals for Sheriff.

Advertisement

“He is a natural fighter besides his talent. He was born a winner and we believe he will perform beyond our expectations,” Mwase added.

The youngster, together with teammate defender Charles Petro, is expected to be part of the Flames to face South Sudan and Uganda in Afcon qualifiers later this month.

Sheriff thrashed Dinamo Auto 7-0 in the Moldovan League on Saturday. Following the victory, Sheriff have maintained top spot with 67points from 24 matches, followed by Petrocub on 55 points from 23 matches.

Facebook Notice for EU! You need to login to view and post FB Comments!
Advertisement
Tags
Show More
Advertisement

Related Articles

Back to top button
Close

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker