Former South African youth international, Stanton Lewis, says that it is safe to say that he is currently at a crossroads regarding his career.
The striker has not had things go his way since returning to Golden Arrows, from a loan spell with Chippa United, and looks set to continue his stay at the club for the foreseeable future, with the transfer window closing on Friday.
Indications coming out of the Arrows camp is that he is not in coach Manqoba Mngqithi’s plans going forward, with the club having signed Welcome Qalanto and Peter Wadabwa to strengthen the club’s strike force.
The striker, from whom a lot was expected when he moved to Ajax Amsterdam in 2006, is obviously disappointed with his current situation.
He told the Siya crew, “At the moment I’m training with the team and getting fit. We’ll see what will happen. I still have a contract with the club until June next year and I don’t know yet where I might end up.
"Initially, I wasn’t in the plans in terms of playing, but I’m here and training with the team. You can say my career is at a crossroads, but let’s wait what’s going to happen.”
By Lunga Adam
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