Liberian forward Anthony Snoti Laffor seems not to be worried about the ongoing transfer rumors about his move from five-time ABSA Premiership champions, Mamelodi Sundowns.
Liberian forward Anthony Snoti Laffor’s time with the Mamelodi Sundowns appears to be coming to an end after the club’s head coach Pitso Mosamane told the former Lone Star captain he could leave the club this summer if he wants.
Anthony Snoti Laffor continues to write his name in the history books of Liberian and South African football with his continuous success in his football career.
South African-based Anthony Snoti Laffor got his name marked on the scoresheet to help his club, the Mamelodi Sundowns, grab their first win in four matches.
Ahead of the 2017 Liberia presidential runoff election, South Africa-based Anthony Snoti Laffor has called on Liberians to vote for the Coalition for Democratic Change that is headed by former Lone Star player George Weah.
The Sundowns, which features Liberian international forward Anthony Snoti Laffor, bowed out of Africa’s premier club competition over the weekend after a penalty shootout loss to Wydad Casablanca of the Moroccan Botola Pro League.
After almost two months of break, the 2017 CAF Champions League resumed over the weekend with eight teams participating in the quarterfinals.
The 2017 CAF Champions League has reached the knockout stage with eight clubs entering the quarterfinals of the competition. One of the clubs that has advanced to quarterfinals are the defending champions, Mamelodi Sundowns, the employer of South African based Liberian international, Anthony Snoti Laffor.