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How many goals Benni McCarthy scored?

How many goals Benni McCarthy scored?

Premier League Record

Appearances 120
Goals 37
Assists 6

Who is Bafana Bafana top scorer?

1. Benni McCarthy – 31 goals

  • Benni McCarthy – 31 goals.
  • Shaun Bartlett – 28.
  • Katlego Mphela – 23.
  • Bernard Parker – 23.
  • Phil Masinga – 19.
  • Siyabonga Nomvethe – 16.
  • Sibusiso Zuma – 13.
  • Percy Tau – 13.

Where was Benni McCarthy born?

Cape Town, South Africa
Benni McCarthy/Place of birth

Which team is Benni McCarthy coaching?

AmaZulu F.C.Association football manager, since 2020
Benni McCarthy/Teams coached

Why was Benni McCarthy not selected for the 2010 World Cup?

After struggling with his fitness and facing criticism in his nation for being overweight, McCarthy was omitted from the final South African 23-man squad for the 2010 World Cup, which was announced on 1 June 2010. On 13 June 2017, McCarthy was unveiled as the new Cape Town City head coach, replacing Eric Tinkler]

When did Benni McCarthy play for Porto football team?

After representing Bafana Bafana in the 2002 African Nations Cup, where his national side was eliminated in the quarter-finals, McCarthy returned to Porto, where he became the main force behind the team’s recovery.

How many goals did Benni McCarthy score in the Premier League?

McCarthy scored two goals in the final half-hour to help the Pirates defeat the Golden Arrows 4–2 on 19 May 2012 to retain their Premier League title. He finished his successful season with ten league goals, ending the campaign as the fourth leading goal-scorer in the Premier League, helping the club secure their second successive treble.

When did Benni McCarthy sign for Orlando Pirates?

On 2 August, Orlando Pirates confirmed the signing of McCarthy on a two-year deal, ending his 14-year spell in Europe. On signing, McCarthy said, “I’m thrilled and delighted and hope I can show my appreciation by coming in and playing good football and hope to score as many goals as possible to put the team where they belong.”