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Shalulile Aiming For Improved Returns

Mamelodi Sundowns shooter Peter Shalulile has called attention to what he has set down as his main goal for the season following a splendid beginning to the new season that has left him standing out on the scoring graphs. 

Shalulile has banged in seven objectives in nine games across all contests pushing his absolute since showing up at Sundowns toward the start of last season up to 29 from 48 appearances. 

On Wednesday, he was legitimate given the Player of the Month grant for August/September and quickly showed what he is really going after this term. 

"My objective is to end in a high with the group in each contest that we need to play, do great and trust score a bigger number of objectives than I did last year," says Shalulile. 

To develop his numbers from last season the Namibian needs to score more than the 22 he oversaw in all contests all through the mission. 

Also, at the rate at which he has been going, there is each motivation to accept the 27-year-old will come great with his arrangement to score objectives than he did last term. 

"Nothing has changed this season since I'm as yet unchanged Peter in giving my 150% at preparing, doing my additional items, listening more to the mentors and proceeding to do what I did the year before. The disposition in the camp is invigorating. We are cooperating, and it is a fraternity thing. 

"Concerning the association and the Champions League, for our purposes, it is simply to require some investment. We simply need to do great in each match that we play. It is something individual to accept that it is feasible for anything to happen this season," he notes while projecting his voice into The Brave Warriors bombed World Cup qualifiers crusade after consecutive losses to Senegal. 

"Going into that game with the structure that I had it is only equivalent to what occurred in front of the public group camp. I went into camp with the structure, however I played against the best and was likewise spurred playing against top players in the FIFA break. 

"Going ahead you return having acquired insight from playing players in Europe and that experience you can extend to the Champions League."


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Mamelodi Sundowns Namibian Player Shalulile Shalulile.


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