Liberia’s skipper Anthony Snoti Laffor of SuperSport United FC in South Africa has extended his contract with the club up to 2014. Speaking to reporters in Monrovia, Laffor disclosed that his contract is opened to any club in the position to pay the amount of (Five Hundred Thousand Euros) equivalent to ($717,699.00) Seven Hundred United State Dollars as transfer fees before the season starts.
“Many clubs have expressed interest in contracting me, but my agent and I have reached an agreement with SuperSport United,” he indicated. Although SuperSport United was unable to defend their championship, the Liberia team leader secured a golden boot from the club as highest scorer. The skipper managed one hat-trick last season.
Laffor joined the broadcasting family in 2008 after he signed a pre-contract with the club while playing for Jomo Cosmo. The pre-signing led to the player’s suspension from Cosmo until his contract ended months later.
Jomo Cosmo signed the Liberian on from local side LISCR FC after he completed his stay at Ghanaian premier side, Ashanti Goldfield where he played regularly for Lone Star. During his days at Jomo Cosmo in the first division, Anthony Laffor made some remarkable soccer marks that led to bigger offers from top South African Clubs.
Since the arrival of the Liberian in the South African football arena, he has won a number of awards and honors to include the South African premiership, 2009/2009 top scorer for SuperSport.