The chairman of Baroka FC Khurishi Mphahlele has expressed his concerns following the disappearance of Orlando Pirates star Goodman Mosele.
Mosele joined Pirates from Baroka in the previous window transfer.
The player dominated the headlines earlier this week after he did not report to Bafana Bafana camp in preparations for the World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia.
Mosele was also slammed by the Bafana coach Hugo Broos after he went AWOL.
Mphahlele who played a huge role into developing the player into a star that he is today has expressed his disappointments towards the player.
Speaking to Soccer Laduma Mphahlele said he is disappointed because he still wants to see the player wearing the Bafana jersey and what has happened is beyond his control.
Mphahlele said that he cannot say much because the player no longer belongs to his team.
"He is a Pirates player now, I can't say much but will try to find out what happened," he said.
He concluded that he is worried as a father and hopes the player will come up with a good reason that will make the coach forgive him because the national team cannot afford to lose such a talent.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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