Laffor unhappy with bench role

2014-11-14 09:47
Anthony Laffor (Backpage)
Cape Town - According to reports, Anthony Laffor is becoming unsettled with his lack of game-time at Mamelodi Sundowns as he approaches the last six months of his contract with the club.

The Liberian is not short of admirers in the PSL with two unnamed clubs having already made a commitment to snatch him if he becomes available, reports website.

Having made just one start and one substitute appearance for the Brazilians so far this season, the 29-year old feels he needs to play more often.

But coach Pitso Mosimane, who has had numerous run-ins with the former Jomo Cosmos and SuperSport United player, has other ideas. 

Laffor was in a similar situation this time last year but was then sweetened into silence with more regular game-time during the second half of last season.

Since arriving from SuperSport in 2012, Laffor has started just 43 games with a return of 10 goals.


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