SuperSport United striker Bradley Grobler has admitted “it’s still a long way to go” before any player can win the Top Goal Scorer of the Absa Premiership season.
Grobler who is currently at 12 goals tied with AmaZulu FC striker Bongi Ntuli and Highlands Park’s Peter Shalulule and trail leading scorer Gabadhino Mhango of Orlando Pirates with only two goals.
The former Moroka Swallows striker told FARPost that it was a good decision which was taken by the Premier Soccer League (PSL) to suspend matches until further notice due to the coronavirus outbreak.
“Look it’s a difficult time. Football has taken a back seat as lives are more important so whether it affects me or not at the end of the day the right decision has been taken to put people’s lives first.
“It is always nice to play games week in week out especially when you are in a run of goals. In a winning run. I mean this is a very thing and it was the right decision,” he added.
“At the end of the day we are all going through the same. It’s not just one player. Everyone will come back with the same mentality. It’s still a long way to go,” observed the former Platinum Stars hitman.
By Sifiso Mlowoka