Zimbabwean striker on trial with Swedish club

Junior Zindoga says he’s a skillful player who scores goals
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Zimbabwean striker Junior Zindoga landed in Sweden on Sunday morning for trials with top football side, Djurgarden.
The 18-year-old has captured the interest of the sporting director Bosse Andersson and now he is in Stockholm to see whether he can get a deal.

“He is a forward who will be here for a while and audition with us, we have not decided exactly how long. I connected him with Tino (Kadewere) and Super Mush (Nyasha Mushekwi) so they have trained together in Zimbabwe during the vacation. Junior has had a strong development so it will be exciting to follow him during his stay here,” says Bosse.
“I’m very excited to be here and grateful that I get the chance to prove myself. I do not know much about Djurgarden yet but Tino told me a bit and what I have heard seem to be very good,” says Junior who also takes the opportunity to give a brief description of his abilities. “I’m fast, skillful with the ball and a goal scorer, he says.
Junior plays for the first team of St. Georges College, where he was team captain and won awards as the Most Valuable Player and was also the team’s leading scorer last season.
The youngster has also impressed fellow countryman and Djurgarden player Tino Kadewere.
“I’ve seen a few games with him and I think he has the characteristics required to become a professional footballer. He is strong both physically and mentally so I think and hope that he will do well when he comes here to Djurgarden,” says Tino.
Source: dif.se