NEW Zealand top marksman, Myer Bevan has set his sights on emulating Jeremy Brockie and Michael Boxall who all left their mark in South Africa.
The duo of Brockie and Boxall became household names for SuperSport United a few years back after joining from New Zealand. The 24-year-old recently joined TS Galaxy Football Club from Auckland City in New Zealand. Last season, he was in a rich vien of form for Auckland. Bevan was scoring goals like they were out of fashion. He amassed the Golden Boots gong in New Zealand and was also instrumental for Kiwis as they qualified for the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
In an interview with TS Galaxy website, Bevan revealed his goals and objectives. “I just hope that I’ll follow on their footsteps. They have done well here. They have left their legacy. Hopefully, I can do the same thing,” Bevan detailed. TS Galaxy will lock horns against Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila on Sunday at 3.30pm.
The match is in Venda at Thohoyandou Stadium. Both teams will be featuring in the DSTV Premiership for the first time in their existence.
“I’m very excited to be here. I’m looking to play as many games as I can. I promise to give my all every single game. I promise to give 100% every time I’m on the field of play. I want to see the team progress. I just want to help the team and hopefully, goals will come, ” he added.
All eyes will be on Bevan in the new season. He is coming with a big reputation. “I played with Emiliano Tade and he told me that the South African league is a very good league. He gave me good advice. He said, if you do well there, things can happen.” Bevan elaborated