Dolphins’
new boy, Christian Pyagbara admits he is under pressure to start scoring goals.
Pyagbara
who got fourteen goals at Sharks last season crossed over to city rivals
Dolphins as replacement for Emem Eduok who got 25 goals in all competitions.
Pyagbara
admits he is under pressure to score for his new side.
“There
is pressure but you can’t let that affect you. If I do not score I will provide
assists.
“You
do not necessarily have to score many goals but as a striker you have to work
hard as you can either score or assist,” Pyagbara said.
“My
target however, this season is to score twenty goals,” he said.
Pyagbara
would have had to take a tough decision dumping Sharks for Dolphins, knowing
the rivalry that exists between both sides.
“It
was not easy but I had to take the decision by going for what I wanted.
“I
had been at Sharks for two seasons and won nothing so I wanted a change of
environments.
“I
weighed my odds and Dolphins always go far in tournaments so I chose to join
them for the Confederation Cup,” he said.
Pyagbara
has already played one game for Dolphins in the 1st leg of the CAF
Confederation Cup against Leones Vegetarianos in Malabo two weeks ago.

He
is expected to feature in the 2nd leg on Saturday, February 28 at
the Port Harcourt Liberation Stadium.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here