Cape Town - Burkina
Faso international forward Aristide Bance says he is open to a return
to the Premiership, ahead of his side AFCON semi-final against Egypt.
The 32-year-old journeyman has formed an integral part of his side's
progression in the tournament and has managed to find the back of the
net on two occasions - once in his side's 2-1 loss against in the
opening tie against Congo, in addition to his venomous strike in the 2-0
victory against Tunisia in the quarter-final.
Despite enduring a rather miserable stint at Chippa United, having
appeared 16 times and scored three goals in all competitions for the
side - the lanky forward highlighted his desire to make a return to the
"South Africa is a good country with a good championship and good
players and if there is an offer for me l will consider coming back," he
told reporters after the victory against Tunisia.
"However, it will have to be a club with a good chairman. I don't
like being with a club led by a director who will not meet my
"So honestly speaking if I get another chance with another club I
will be ready to play again in the South African championship. I am
still open to the negotiations.
"I am still open to come and play in the South African championship
again. After all I am a player who always gives his best when he goes
onto the field."