The former New Edubiase goal poacher and goal king of last season’s Ghana Premier League needs to do more to impress his new coachFormer New Edubiase striker Emmanuel Baffour will have to put in a great deal of effort if he is to feature more in the line-up of coach Johan Neeskeens.
Baffour who was signed by South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns for an amount of US$ 400,000 this summer has now been registered to feature for the club.
“He has to put in more effort to feature more for the side as the coach was not conversant with him and had to monitor him more before registering him,” the club stated on its website.
“Baffour, 23, has to gather more momentum if he is to lead the attack as striker Nyasha Mushekwi is on his way to the German Bundesliga.”
The former Liberty Professionals forward netted 20 goals in his maiden appearance in top flight football where he featured for New Edubiase.