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'The Goal's Coming' Says Baz

6 October 2012

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ZIMBABWEAN international Onismor Bhasera has been one of Argyle’s most consistent players this season.

He believes he just needs a goal to top off those displays and thinks one is just around the corner.

The Green Army would love that corner to be turned when AFC Wimbledon visit Home Park for this Saturday’s npower League Division 2 encounter.

“I could have scored in the past three or four games,” said Baz, who nearly netted with a header in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw against Wycombe that would have put Argyle on level terms.

“It was very close,” he said. “I thought it was in, myself, so I couldn’t believe when I saw it just going outside.

“I’ve been getting there and creating chances and trying to get in the right position, but I just need to keep my head up and the goal will come, soon.”

Baz, 26, revealed a glimpse of the reasons behind his success this season.

“In football, you have to be fit before everything else,” he said. “I’m happy with my fitness and also my performance.

“I just need to keep going and work real hard. I’m sure that is the most important thing.”

Carl Fletcher has moved the natural left-back up to left-midfield lately, which is giving Baz more offensive options.

Baz, who plays left-back for his country, said: “I don’t have a problem where the gaffer says I have to play.

“I’m contracted to the club to do a job for the club. Where the gaffer’s going to put me, I have to do the job and the position.”

Saturday’s game will be Baz’s last in Green for a fortnight.

After the match, he will fly out for the second leg of Zimbabwe’s African Cup of Nations qualifier with Angola on Sunday week, October 14.

As a result, he will not be available for our Johnstone’s Paint Trophy match with Aldershot on Tuesday, or our npower League 2 trip to Barnet next Saturday.

The Warriors go into their clash with Angola at the Estádio 11 de Novembro, Luanda, with a 3-1 aggregate lead and, should they be victorious, will qualify for the Cup of Nations finals for only the third time in their history.

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