- matches played 21
- goals 3
- assists 0
- Last appearance (days ago) 73
Anthony Laffor prefers to play with any of his feet, as do 12% of his teammates. These days, Anthony Laffor's team Mamelodi Sundowns comes first place in Premier Soccer League (South Africa) plus second place in group A of CAF Champions League. Since he came into world in 1985, to be more precise February 17th, the midfielder is NaN years younger than Mamelodi Sundowns'' average player. He had nine match appearances this season. With a height of 1.85m, Anthony Laffor exceeds Mamelodi Sundowns'' mean tallness by 7.
His longest stay in a team counts seven years and 4 months in his current club. In the recent term, he managed to find the net twice and provided not once additional assists which accounts for 5% of Mamelodi Sundowns'' goals in Premier Soccer League 18/19 (South Africa). He scored an average of 0.2 goals and provided 0 assists per game so far, marking a improved performance when compared to last season, when he had 0.1 strikes and 0 assists per match.
Throughout his professional career, Anthony Laffor participated in 20 games, the last appearance being 67 days ago. Before joining Mamelodi Sundowns, he impressed at Liberia. He also plays for Liberia. Anthony Laffor changed one clubs throughout his career as professional. Only once did he gain a penalty in his tenure. Concerning the latest matches, his club won in Premier Soccer League plus won in CAF Champions League. Anthony Laffor's jersey displays the number 28. His shortest spell with a club currently counts 90 months in his latest side. On the whole, he joined the pitch twelve times and left it six times after the start of the match. In the present term, he played less games until end. Mamelodi Sundowns has 18 more midfielders in their squad, namely Gaston Sirino, Lyle Lakay, Sibusiso Vilakazi, Mogakolodi Lucky Ngele, Jeremy Brockie, Aubrey Ngoma, Hlompho Kekana, Andile Jali, Lucky Mohomi, Lebohang Maboe, Thapelo Morena, Luis Jose Miquissone, Sibusiso Kumalo, Sphelele Mkhulise, Motjeka Madisha, Oupa Mathews Manyisa, Themba Zwane and Samuel Mabunda.
(Last edited May 12, 2019)