Mamelodi Sundowns’ new signee Ricardo Goss is keen to win some trophies at Chloorkop.
Goss joined the Brazilians on a five-year contract from the now-defunct Bidvest Wits. The club believes that the 26-year-old will bring a wealth of experience to the Masandawana goalkeeping department.
The Bafana Bafana international revealed that his new club made him feel at ease the first time he arrived.
“It has been nice, I am enjoying every moment with the club and we have a great bunch of guys who are fun to work with. I felt welcomed when I joined the club and it is still the same way and working hard,” he told the club’s official website.
The former Clever Boys shot-stopper joins Bafana Ba Style goalkeeping department that consists of international keepers like Dennis Onyango, Kennedy Mweene, and also the club’s new addition Jody February.
The Durban-born goalminder remains confident that he will work hard and learn from his teammates in order for him to grow as an individual and he’s looking forward to making his debut for the Tshwane-based outfit.
“Dennis and Kennedy have been cracking jokes all the time with us the new guys and have made us feel at home. I want to work hard and learn more from them,” he stated.
Sundowns’ new recruit goalkeeper hopes to win his first professional football silverware with the 10 times league champions.
“I wanna get some silverware and being here at the club gives me an opportunity as I have not won any trophies and hopefully that will change,” Goss concluded.
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By Mauwane Raophala