Whenever a player that plays in Africa want to play overseas, it is clear it is Europe. The stadiums are always full there as that would excite players to play in front of full stadiums. Orlando Pirates is in need of a reliable striker at the moment. Their strikers are most of the times injured and the club ends up struggling. Gabadinho Mhango has struggled at Orlando Pirates for the past two seasons. The player has been doing well for his home country Malawi. He scored a brace in the AFCON competition against Zimbabwe last week. The player is now hoping his performances in the AFCON will land him an overseas move.
Mhango told Supersport that "My ambition is to see Malawian players, and I, including me as well, to go and play overseas [in Europe] because this is the only way we can show our talent. We have players who deserve to be overseas. I think after this tournament there will be four or five players who will play overseas from the squad, I am sure of it. That is the thing I have been telling the team. Everyone is watching this tournament. They must fight, not just to win, but also to show a good performance."
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