Royal AM striker Victor Letsoalo has been encouraged by Fees Moloi to leave the club for the sake of growth. Letsoalo is wanted by Orlando Pirates but still has a running contract with Royal AM and has been seeking a way out through this transfer window.
Mamelodi Sundowns also raised their hand before withdrawing while Kaizer Chiefs have been hesitant in their interest despite the evidence of just how much they need him.
This post of Moloi reminds me of a psychiatric patient I encountered in Nigeria when I visited there years ago.It's true Royal Am it's runs like a spaza shop , only Amateur boys fit to play there. He wont be lucky next season, go while u still in demand, look at Muwape Musonda.
Even if he didn't achieve anything but he knows what is the best for a player talking from experience. He doesn't want current players to repeat their mistakes. Let him join that team He will end up like jaiya and letlotlo.
Jaiya for he was not delivering like he used to while he was playing for wits.As for Letlotlo the long term injury killed his football career. If coaches sign players, situations like this would be avoided. Teams will save money and players career's.
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