Absa Premiership

Ramasike: Laffor must improve

2016-04-01 07:45
Anthony Laffor (Supplied)

Cape Town - Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Eric Ramasike has urged forward Anthony Laffor to improve his level of performance or just leave the club at the end of the season.

The Liberian has been on the fringes of the Brazilians squad since joining from Tshwane rivals SuperSport United, and Ramasike believes he doesn't have the consistency in his game needed to play for a team like Sundowns.

"I do not think that Laffor is giving enough effort to be in the team week in and week out," Ramasike told Goal website.

"He is risking his future with Sundowns because we all know what he can do on his day. He needs to pull up his socks and be consistent in the way he performs."

Since arriving in the Premiership in 2006, Laffor has scored 44 goals and registered 25 assists in 198 games for Jomo Cosmos, Supersport and Sundowns respectively.

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