Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Emmanuel Baffour, is still in Johannesburg without a club after parting ways with the Chloorkop-based outfit.
The Ghanaian has been looking for a new club, following his unsuccessful stay with Sundowns due to a lack of game time.
The 24-year-old told the Siya crew that he has thought about returning to Ghana to resurrect his career, after a disappointing season in the PSL during the 2012/13 campaign.
“I am just finalising some things here and maybe I will go back home afterwards. I will get a club. I can tell you that when I go back to my country and start playing people will see that I am a very good player. I am praying that I will be in the national team when I start playing in Ghana,” said Baffour.
Baffour made one start and two substitute appearances in all competitions during the season he spent with Sundowns.
He was the top goal scorer with 21 goals for New Edubiase in the Ghana Premier League before his move to Sundowns at the end of the 2011/12 season.
Baffour had an opportunity to sign for Antalyaspor in Turkey before he came to the PSL. He is hoping for a chance to start all over again and work on his dream of representing his country.
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