Afiriyie explains why he left

Ghanaian striker Francis Afiriyie who recently left Kogalo for Township Rollers of Botswana, recently told goal.com what eventually made him take the decision to change clubs.

“I thought things will change at the club, unfortunately, there was no sign they will,” Afriyie told Goal on Saturday.

“[Gor Mahia] is a great club, I enjoyed in the few months we were together it is unfortunate I had to leave. The club has what it takes to be the biggest in Africa only if they find a solution to their financial problems. We had to part ways in mutual consent.

Afiriyie is full of praise for Kogalo fans.

“The fans are amazing and we had a good relationship with them, they are very loyal and love their team.”

He also stated that he is happy to have played for Kogalo

“[Gor Mahia] are a good team and everybody wants to be associated with them so if I get a chance of playing for them in the future I will take it. For now, I wish them all the best in the league and future assignments,” Afriyie concluded.

7 thoughts on “Afiriyie explains why he left

  1. So why did you give an interview a few days before you left pledging your loyalty to the team?…..

    “i thought things would change at the club…..” at what point did he think? before or after the interview?? For me it’s good riddance.. He never impressed me even one bit!!!

  2. Now Gor has signed more foreigners; if they dont pay we local players and pay these foreigners who most of the time do not add value, Gor tutapeleka nyasi !!!

  3. Fake Gor player… What are you waiting for? Peleka nyasi kesho!! Tired of your ###### and nonsense. Whoever you are I imagine by now you would have realized no one here takes you seriously.. But because you have nothing between your ears you think we do. Very useless!!!

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