Not many Mamelodi Sundowns fans would have been surprised upon learning that right-back Bryce Moon had left Chloorkop for Platinum Stars as he seeks to play regular football. On the contrary though, one could argue that Moon may still have a lot to offer to this current Downs outfit and here’s why.
He Is Versatile
The right winger/defender is known to be versatile enough to do both jobs equally and could have been utilised as a squad player in this regard. His pace is what sets him apart from most wingers in this league, and he can still be regarded as one of the most dangerous attacking right backs on his day.
Age Is Still On His Side
Moon, who is only 28 years of age, may still have a good four to five years left of top flight football in himself. Having spent a couple of years in Europe before returning home, his experience is second to none not only during games but for the younger players to learn from at Masandawana.
The winger was crucial in Downs' title wining campaign last season, particularly in the first half of the 2013/2014 Absa Premiership season.
Do you think it was a mistake for Downs to let go of a player who could still peak?