Jeremy Brockie not giving up on Mamelodi Sundowns dream

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Brockie enjoyed three fruitful years with SSU, win
Brockie enjoyed three fruitful years with SSU, winning three cups and ending runners-up in the CAF CC in 2017
Brockie not giving up on vision of joining Sundown
Brockie not giving up on vision of joining Sundowns in 2018
Brockie currently on loan at Maritzburg, where he
Brockie currently on loan at Maritzburg, where he has scored one goal in 12 league games

Mamelodi Sundowns striker Jeremy Brockie is refusing to give up on his dream of making it at the club in spite of his misfortune and being loaned out at present.

Brockie is currently on loan at fellow Absa Premiership outfit Maritzburg United for the 2019/20 season, but remains under contract with Sundowns.

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The 32-year-old, also known as 'Sniper', joined The Brazilians on a two-and-a-half-year deal with further options in January 2018, after a largley successful three-year spell with SuperSport United.

He was expected to replicate his form at United with the Chloorkop outfit, but this was not the case as he struggled for game-time amid a lengthy goal drought.

The New Zealand international eventually succummed to the increasing pressure and agreed to a loan spell with the Team of Choice, where he has since experienced similar struggles to find the back of the net.

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Brockie has since admitted to the risk he took when opting to leave Matsatsantsa for greener pastures, however, he remains adamant he can still achieve what he had initially set out to when doing so.

"There’s risks in every decision that you make. Sometimes they work and sometimes it doesn’t go to plan how you pictured it. I haven’t given up on that picture I painted," said Brockie during a live Q&A on his Twitter account on Friday.

"Have some unreal memories of being at that club [SuperSport] and forever grateful for them taking a risk and bringing me to SA. I don’t have any regrets in anything I do but I learn from every decision I make."

When asked what his plans are once the current season is completed and his loan deal expires, he answered: "Im currently waiting on an answer from [Sundowns] if my option year gets taken. I can’t do anything until then."

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